Uta Frith | Autism: The First Fifty Years | Mind Brain Behavior Distinguished Lecture

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In the last 50 years, autism researchers have applied paradigms developed in experimental psychology and neuropsychology, and later cognitive neuroscience. An enduring question has been whether basic input or output levels of information processing, or central abstract levels provide explanations for the core signs and symptoms of autism. Although this question is still unresolved, it is clear that theories that attempt to prize open central cognitive processes can explain some of the most puzzling features of autism. Post-talk commentary by Steven Hyman. Date: April 24, 2013
harvard Research Industry Harvard University Organization Psychology Medical Specialty Neuropsychology Literary Genre uta frith Autism Disease Or Medical Condition Cognitive Neuroscience Field Of Study mind brain behavior
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