Decision-making difficulties experienced by adults with autism spectrum conditions.

@article{Luke2012DecisionmakingDE,
  title={Decision-making difficulties experienced by adults with autism spectrum conditions.},
  author={Lydia Luke and Isabel C. H. Clare and Howard Ring and Marcus Redley and Peter Watson},
  journal={Autism : the international journal of research and practice},
  year={2012},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={
          612-21
        }
}
Autobiographical and clinical accounts, as well as a limited neuropsychological research literature, suggest that, in some situations, men and women with autism spectrum conditions (ASCs) may have difficulty making decisions. Little is known, however, about how people with ASCs experience decision-making or how they might best be supported to make decisions for themselves. In this study, we compared the decision-making experiences of adults with and without ASCs (n=38 and n=40, respectively… CONTINUE READING

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