Autistic People May More Easily Ignore Cognitive Biases

Autistic adults make more consistent choices, suggesting autism might make people less likely to be swayed by cognitive biases that affect their peers, according to a study published in the journal Psychological Science.

Some autistic people argue that autism should not be treated as a disease or disability. Instead, they

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