Children with autism shouldn’t be forced to socialise

Children with autism socially engage in a very different way compared to those who are neurotypical (or “neurologically typical”, a term referring to people who are not on the autism spectrum). The assumption has been that children with autism have a hard time reading people and their emotions. The Expertise Hypothesis suggests, however, that those […]

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