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7 tips to read about social interaction in autism

7 tips to read about social interaction in autism

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7 special texts from Nest that address social interaction in autism in different ways:

“Autism researcher: My son’s diagnosis made me think”: Interview with Damian Milton whose research focuses on mutual understanding and communication between people with and without autism

“People with autism communicate better with each other”: This is an interview with American psychologist Noah Sassoon about his research into how people with autism respond to social interaction.

This is how people with autism feel when socializing: Article about a new study that, through interviews with people with autism, provides a unique insight into their experiences of social interaction.

“Hidden social difficulties may delay autism diagnosis”: Some people diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder try to compensate for the social difficulties they face. Here we are talking about a British study that shows that so-called “compensatory strategies” can make life easier for many. But it can also lead to mental illness and make it difficult to get help.

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“Eyes are a difficult source of information”: In this report, we take a closer look at the question of why people with an autism spectrum diagnosis have difficulty making eye contact.

“Social motivation – a key to understanding autism”: Here we write about the “social motivation theory of autism,” which revolves around the fact that people with the diagnosis are not as socially interested as neurotypical people, which means that they also do not acquire important social skills.

“Criteria that highlight the positive aspects of Asperger syndrome”: An article about the Aspie Criteria, a list of positive traits that people with Asperger syndrome often possess.