Novel epigenetic, quantitative and qualitative insights on the socialness of autism [commentary]
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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AbstractThree complementary points to Jaswal & Akhtar are raised: (1) As a person with autism, I desire sociality despite vulnerability to others’ antisocial behaviour; (2) Asperger’s conflation of autism with psychopathy (Czech 2018) likely caused clinicians to disregard social motivation among those with autism; and (3) adverse experiences cause social-engagement diversity to develop in all people, not just those on the spectrum.
CitationBrown WM, Foxley-Webb E (2019) 'Novel epigenetic, quantitative and qualitative insights on the socialness of autism [commentary]', Behavioral and Brain Sciences, (), pp.-.
PublisherCambridge University Press
JournalBehavioral and Brain Sciences
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