Autism and sensory differences

New research from Simon Baron-Cohen, reported in BBC News, looks at the relationship between autistic individuals’ mixing of sensory information, such as colour, language and taste, termed synaesthesia, seeing this as an indication of the unusual wiring in the brains of those with autism.


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