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By Alexander Durig

During this transparent and obtainable advent to autism, Alex Durig presents a number of rules and examples that allow the reader to appreciate the phenomenon of autism, realize other kinds of autistic notion and behaviour and get ready for interplay with autistic humans. to aid 'normal' humans comprehend and lose their worry of autism, Durig discusses the notions of 'slight' autism, being or changing into 'autism-friendly' and the psychological wellbeing and fitness of autistic humans. the writer explains how autistic notion 'works' and the way it yields autistic behaviors to let readers to determine the realm in the course of the eyes of an autistic individual, and therefore swap the best way they understand autism.

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People with strong autistic perception can’t recognize their own reflection in a mirror. The reason is that they have less social thinking and can’t support the activity of seeing them- THE SIX FUNCTIONS OF PERCEPTION 45 selves through the eyes of others in the first place. So, they can’t take the role of the mirror image and realize it is themselves looking at themselves. The ability to reflect back onto yourself mentally is critical to social life. Autistic people will sometimes refer to themselves in the third person.

Locating social identities 3. seeing the world through the eyes of others 4. supporting assumptions of normalcy 5. gauging time and timing. ” Computer thinking has one specific function: computing appropriate behavior. ” and uses that information to compute appropriate behavior for each situation. This is the big picture. This is how social thinking and computer thinking work together to create perception. The social thinking decides what is going on in our surroundings. It scans the environment for meaningful information.

Being normal on the social thinking would make them a loving person. But, the computer is so low that they would have trouble computing appropriate behavior. They would also be extremely slow to learn, generally speaking. 9? 9 Down’s syndrome This person would likely be labeled as having “moderate learning difficulties,” or perhaps it would describe someone with Down’s syndrome. Very social, but slow to learn. In some sense Down’s syndrome can be thought of as the opposite of autism. Likewise, people with varying levels of mental retardation can also be loving and affectionate.

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