Depth Accessibility Difficulties : An Alternative Conceptualisation of Autism Spectrum Conditions

@inproceedings{Lawson2003DepthAD,
  title={Depth Accessibility Difficulties : An Alternative Conceptualisation of Autism Spectrum Conditions},
  author={John Lawson},
  year={2003}
}
As a key speaker at the National Autism Conference in London concluded, we still don’t understand what autism actually is (Frith, 2002). Numerous behavioural patterns are associated with the condition(s) and there are various explanations or models of these patterns in the literature. However, it is a characteristic of each existing model that it only explains a specific sub-set of the overall features. One clear division exists between models focusing on the social features (e.g. the Theory of… CONTINUE READING

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