Three spectrums, not one may define Autism

Three spectrums, not one may define Autism

This article suggests that instead of viewing autism as a single disorder, it may be better understood as a combination of three distinct spectrums: social communication, repetitive behaviors, and cognitive abilities. The study found that individuals with autism may have varying levels of severity across these three spectrums, and that this variation may be the reason for the wide range of symptoms seen in autism. This new understanding of autism could lead to more targeted and effective interventions for individuals on the spectrum.

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Jessica Wright
Three spectrums, not one, may define autism

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