Baron-cohen mindblindness an essay on autism and theory of mind

Isabelle Rapin ... finds Dr. Baron-Cohen's theory "provocative" but adds that "it does not account for some of the many neurological features of the disorder, like the motor symptoms [such as repetitive movements and clumsiness], the sleep problems or the seizures." Others worry that the term "extreme male brain" could be misinterpreted. Males are commonly associated with "qualities such as aggression," says Helen Tager-Flusberg ... "What's dangerous is that's the inference people will make: Oh, these are extreme males." [54]

Baron-cohen mindblindness an essay on autism and theory of mind

baron-cohen mindblindness an essay on autism and theory of mind

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