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Autism and different brain modalities

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Mary Mccawley Amazing book, discusses the spectrum of different learning styles and strengths for Autistics and includes other learning styles. Really helps you identify your own learning style and weaknesses. Has great insights into why certain behaviors can illicit certain reactions in children with varying perceptual strengths and weaknesses. Clear, concise writing, an easy, interesting read.


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Anne Locklin This book/ Movie really illustrated the visual thinking that many with autism poses. After understanding how the brain works, it helped me better understand my son who is a visual thinker.


Lori good information from a person who has autism. may help to understand the way of thinking that some people with autism.


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AlKhatab Al-Saqri i read it because i will present a presentation about this disease in my college and it was useful to read it


Mary Al Khttab wrote: "i read it because i will present a presentation about this disease in my college and it was useful to read it"

Autism is not a disease...it is a neurological disorder.


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AlKhatab Al-Saqri Mary,
Yes! It is a neurological disorder.
thank you


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