Autistic people challenge preconceived ideas about rationality | Curio

Autistic people challenge preconceived ideas about rationality

13 mins | Jan 16, 2022

Why we should reframe our understating of the condition. Researchers have found evidence that autistic individuals are, on average, more consistent, less biased than non-autistic individuals in a variety of contexts. Neuroscientists Liron Rozenkrantz and Anila D’Mellois reveal how autistic individuals may challenge preconceived notions about rationality and the brain’s capacity for processing information.

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