Understanding Social Cognition in Autism

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Understanding Social Cognition in Autism

This episode focuses on Autism and social cognition, featuring a dynamic group of individuals who explain how they cope with their autistic attributes in varying ways. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh use funds provided by the Templeton World Charity Foundation to perform elaborate studies that are swiftly redefining the meaning and stigmas surrounding “social cognition diseases.” These studies additionally place a large emphasis on creating communities that are healthy and practical for people who struggle with accepting their unique social attributes.

14:38 | 2019

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