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13 September 2012
Autism as Context Blindness
Autism as Context Blindness is a plain-speaking guide to how the autistic brain functions and, in particular, how those with autism seem blind to the context in which things happen. The book examines context as it relates to observation, social interactions, communication, and knowledge. It makes recommendations on how to reduce context blindness in these areas.
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