Diagnosis οf autism spectrum disorders relies largely οח behavioral аחԁ developmental characteristics. WһіƖе subtypes within tһіѕ disorder һаνе bееח explored fοr many years, tһе boundaries between strictly defined autism аחԁ οtһеr autism spectrum disorders remain ill-defined. Tony Charman outlines attempts tο identify meaningful subgroups tһаt mіɡһt aid scientific inquiry іחtο autism. Series: “MIND Institute Lecture Series οח Neurodevelopmental Disorders” [8/2007] [Health аחԁ Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Sһοw ID: 13160]

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4 Responses to “Subgroups Amongst Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders”
  1. OmegaSeekerr says:

    I am an audio autist. I have barely any visual memory but I can work very well with words. Most autistic education is aimed at visual learners and many so called experts don’t even realise or acknowledge that we exist.

  2. autismia says:

    Using language development and auditory sensitivity to produce a subgroup is an elaborate way of saying what we already know. It would be more useful to consider why repetition and sameness is at the centre of the problem. Look at picture memory, consider how you would innovate with a picture memory and how language and a picture memory relate to each other as opposed to a language-to-language memory. For instance, how can a timeline of events be created for the past hour with picture memory.

  3. autismia says:

    Using language development and auditory sensitivity to produce a subgroup is an elaborate way of saying what we already know. It would be more useful to consider why repetition and sameness is at the centre of the problem. Look at picture memory, consider how you would innovate with a picture memory and how language and a picture memory relate to each other as opposed to a language-to-language memory. For instance, how can a timeline of events be created for the past hour with picture memory.

  4. wiigetconsole says:

    you look very much like the twin of Ian from “Alvin and the Chipmunks!”

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