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2 Responses to “Insights from an Autistic: Delayed Reactions”
  1. armankhodaei says:

    @moviemakerwannabe A delayed reaction can be minutes, hours, days, and in some cases years after an event. I recall on a few occassions laughing at a joke that was told to me years ago. I can also recall answering questions my mom asked me weeks later and when it had no more relevance, and my mom was confused as to what I would be responding to, and then I would have to say “don’t you remember….”
    The reaction at the time can be anything, but it won’t be the actual intended reaction.

  2. moviemakerwannabe says:

    How would we recognize a delayed reaction? Does the length of delay have anything to do with how abrupt or severe the change is in the pattern? Is there ever a double reaction. I mean like a negative one at the time of the change, but then later deciding the change was good?

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