“Look at me” not helpful when trying to think!

Gaze aversion, often considered a problem for autistic children, is, in fact, a normal and helpful strategy for problem-solving.  Results of a recent study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and reported in PsychCentral indicate that this information may help teachers when working with autistic children.

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