The development of individuation in autism.

  title={The development of individuation in autism.},
  author={Kirsten M O'Hearn and Steven Franconeri and Catherine Wright and Nancy J. Minshew and Beatriz Luna},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  volume={39 2},
Evidence suggests that people with autism rely less on holistic visual information than typical adults. The current studies examine this by investigating core visual processes that contribute to holistic processing--namely, individuation and element grouping--and how they develop in participants with autism and typically developing (TD) participants matched for age, IQ, and gender. Individuation refers to the ability to "see" approximately four elements simultaneously; grouping elements can… CONTINUE READING
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