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2011 | 4 | 145- 160
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Sensory perceptual issues in autism: why we should listen to those who experience them

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The paper challenges the way we think about how we analyse and interpret the behaviours we see in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The focus is on sensory issues, with the main argument being that many of the behaviours we observe may be logical responses to sensory stimulation (e.g., overload, delayed processing, fragmentation) and not attributable to other factors.
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  • Autism Society “From Despair to Hope” Gorlovka, Ukraine, Autism Day Centre, Gorlovka, Ukraine, Olgabogbashina@aol.com
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