Autistic’s Brain processing is different per Derek Abma

I found an interesting article that talks about the brains of autistic people and how we process things differently. It totally makes sense, and from my perspective mine are definitely different.

Canadian-led research into the brain activity of autistic people could explain why they often have enhanced perceptive skills compared to the rest of the population.

Those behind the research say it highlights fundamental brain differences in those with autism and provides another reason to see autistics not as inferior, but simply as different.

A research team, consisting of individuals from the University of Montreal and Massachusetts General Hospital, conducted an analysis of more than two dozen studies done between 1995 and 2009.

Read more: http://www.windsorstar.com/health/Autistic+brain+processing+differs/4572921/story.html#ixzz1IsxasfbE

For the rest of the story–>http://www.vancouversun.com/health/Autistic%20brain%20processing%20differs/4572921/story.html

About the Author

David Berkowitz, Editor in Chief.
I am the aspie dad of 3 with autism, in industrial sales by day, and a run tech and autism news media organization as well. I am trying to be like Engadget.com and help autism too via the arts and tech. I am also on twitter, itechnewszone, facebook/technewszone, youtube/technewszone, linkedin.com too.

1 Comment on "Autistic’s Brain processing is different per Derek Abma"

  1. Yes that is fine.

    DB from Technewszone.com

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