Autistic people shouldn’t have to use ‘camouflage’ to fit in | Curio

Autistic people shouldn’t have to use ‘camouflage’ to fit in

12 mins | Jul 5, 2020

Understanding what autistic people's herculean effort to 'compensate' means, and its perils. Professor of cognitive neuroscience at King's College London, Francesca Happéis, studies for Psyche magazine the dangers behind the need for some autist people to 'compensate' for their behaviours.

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From Psyche