How do people with autism see themselves?

10/2/2008 | ScienceDaily

People with autism see their disorder as one of "unusual perceptions and information processing" alongside difficulties in managing emotions, according to a new analysis of interviews with and autobiographies written by people with autism. The analysis is one of the first to consider the viewpoint of people with autism.

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