Children With Autism Leave "Silly" Out, University of Nottingham Study

Published: Apr 09, 2013

When a child with autism copies the actions of an adult, he or she is likely to omit anything "silly" about what they've just seen. In contrast, typically developing children will go out of their way to repeat each and every element of the behavior even as they may realize that parts of it don't make any sense.

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