Annual Research Review: Shifting from ‘normal science’ to neurodiversity in autism science

Volume: 63, Issue: 4, Pages: 381 - 396
Published: Nov 3, 2021
Abstract
Since its initial description, the concept of autism has been firmly rooted within the conventional medical paradigm of child psychiatry. Increasingly, there have been calls from the autistic community and, more recently, nonautistic researchers, to rethink the way in which autism science is framed and conducted. Neurodiversity, where autism is seen as one form of variation within a diversity of minds, has been proposed as a potential...
Paper Details
Title
Annual Research Review: Shifting from ‘normal science’ to neurodiversity in autism science
Published Date
Nov 3, 2021
Volume
63
Issue
4
Pages
381 - 396
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