Autism as an Intellectual Lens

Rowland D (2020). Autism as an Intellectual Lens. Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Brain Research: JNPBR-142 https://kosmospublishers.com/issue-01-journal-of-neurology-psychiatry-and-brain-research/ ABSTRACT: There is an inherent neurophysiological difference in how the autistic brain processes

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A Need to Redefine Autism

David Rowland. A Need to Redefine Autism. J Neurol Neurophysiol, 2020, 11(1), 001-004 https://www.iomcworld.org/open-access/a-need-to-redefine-autism.pdf ABSTRACT: Currently, one in 59 children (1.7%) are being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). During

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Autism Breakthrough in Neurophysiology

Autism is simply a specialized way of thinking and interacting with the world. It is characterized by perpetual hyperfocus – i.e., intense mental concentration fixated on one thought pattern at

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by David Rowland, Autism Expert Autistic people tell the truth because we have no choice in the matter.* Our brains are hard wired to fixate on only one thought at

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The Real “Rain Man” was Not Autistic

by David Rowland, Autism Expert The 1988 movie, Rain Man, may have done a major disservice to the autism community.  The real person on whom Dustin Hoffman based his Raymond

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