Could your social difficulties at school or work or in your personal life have more to do with your brain and nervous system than your personality and upbringing?
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People often confuse a spectrum and a continuum. What is the difference, you ask? Let’s compare the notes on a piano with the sound, overall.
Neurodiversity is a term coined by Judy Singer in her Master's thesis in 1996 and popularized by Harvey Bloom in The Atlantic in 1998. There were no...
To be typical is to be statistically average. To fit the norm. To be neurotypical is to have a brain and nervous system that is similar to the...