Spectrumnews.org: Autistic children may have to mute own perspective to grasp others'

Thought experiment: People with autism often have trouble inferring another person’s state of mind.

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To understand another person’s point of view, children with autism need to actively suppress their own, a new study suggests1.

People with autism struggle with theory of mind — the ability

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