miércoles, agosto 17, 2016

Artículos sobre TEA (ASD)

"It has long been known that up to 90 percent of individuals with autism have unique challenges in the way they process sensory information. They may be either insensitive or oversensitive to sensory stimuli. They may also be ‘sensory seeking,’ stimulating their senses through repetitive behaviors such as twirling or hand flapping. These traits, which may encompass a number of the senses, are among those of autism spectrum disorder in the DSM-5, the latest revision of the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.”"
Artículo de Scientific American.

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