How the Brain Thinks in Autism: Implications for Language Intervention
Williams, D. & Minshew, N. (2010, April 27). The ASHA Leader.
Autism spectrum disoders (ASD) clearly affect social functioning, but also have an impact on the development and use of language that extends beyond pragmatics. Because ASD is a neurodevelopmental disorder, clinicians will benefit from understanding what is different about the brains of affected individuals.
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