Double, Double, Toil and Trouble – Double Standards between Autistics and Neurotypicals

In 2001, Simon Baron-Cohen and a bunch of other people developed a test called "reading the mind in the eyes."  The test showed a picture of the upper part of a person's face (just their eyes) and the participant is supposed to choose one of four different possible emotions the eyes are telling them.  If... Continue Reading →

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