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Two new theories of autism: hyper-systemising and assortative mating

Two new theories of autism: hyper-systemising and assortative mating 2 PERSPECTIVES Autism controlled) 100%. A computer might be an example of a 90% lawful system: the ............. ............ ............. ............ ............. ............ ............ variance is widerorthere aremore degrees of freedom. Growing hydrangeas Two new theories of autism: hyper- may be a system with 80% lawfulness (see table 2). The social world may be only 10% lawful. This is why systemising the systemising and assortative mating social world is of little predictive value. Systemising involves five phases: S Baron-Cohen ................................................................................... Phase 1 = Analysis: Single observa- tions of input (for example, hydran- Commentary on the papers by Williams et al (see page 8) and gea type) and output (colour) are recorded in a standardised manner at Harrison et al (see page 16) the lowest level of detail. 8–11 Phase 2 = Operation: An operation is he autistic spectrum comprises four leads to altered brain development, N performed on the input and the subgroups: Asperger’s syndrome affecting social and communication change to the output is noted. T(AS), and high, medium, and low development and leading to the presence functioning autism. They all share the of unusual narrow interests and extreme Phase 3 = Repetition:The same opera- phenotype of social difficulties http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Disease in Childhood British Medical Journal

Two new theories of autism: hyper-systemising and assortative mating

Archives of Disease in Childhood , Volume 91 (1) – Jan 20, 2006

Two new theories of autism: hyper-systemising and assortative mating

Archives of Disease in Childhood , Volume 91 (1) – Jan 20, 2006

Abstract

2 PERSPECTIVES Autism controlled) 100%. A computer might be an example of a 90% lawful system: the ............. ............ ............. ............ ............. ............ ............ variance is widerorthere aremore degrees of freedom. Growing hydrangeas Two new theories of autism: hyper- may be a system with 80% lawfulness (see table 2). The social world may be only 10% lawful. This is why systemising the systemising and assortative mating social world is of little predictive value. Systemising involves five phases: S Baron-Cohen ................................................................................... Phase 1 = Analysis: Single observa- tions of input (for example, hydran- Commentary on the papers by Williams et al (see page 8) and gea type) and output (colour) are recorded in a standardised manner at Harrison et al (see page 16) the lowest level of detail. 8–11 Phase 2 = Operation: An operation is he autistic spectrum comprises four leads to altered brain development, N performed on the input and the subgroups: Asperger’s syndrome affecting social and communication change to the output is noted. T(AS), and high, medium, and low development and leading to the presence functioning autism. They all share the of unusual narrow interests and extreme Phase 3 = Repetition:The same opera- phenotype of social difficulties

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
Copyright
Copyright 2006 Archives of Disease in Childhood
ISSN
0003-9888
eISSN
1468-2044
DOI
10.1136/adc.2005.075846
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Abstract

2 PERSPECTIVES Autism controlled) 100%. A computer might be an example of a 90% lawful system: the ............. ............ ............. ............ ............. ............ ............ variance is widerorthere aremore degrees of freedom. Growing hydrangeas Two new theories of autism: hyper- may be a system with 80% lawfulness (see table 2). The social world may be only 10% lawful. This is why systemising the systemising and assortative mating social world is of little predictive value. Systemising involves five phases: S Baron-Cohen ................................................................................... Phase 1 = Analysis: Single observa- tions of input (for example, hydran- Commentary on the papers by Williams et al (see page 8) and gea type) and output (colour) are recorded in a standardised manner at Harrison et al (see page 16) the lowest level of detail. 8–11 Phase 2 = Operation: An operation is he autistic spectrum comprises four leads to altered brain development, N performed on the input and the subgroups: Asperger’s syndrome affecting social and communication change to the output is noted. T(AS), and high, medium, and low development and leading to the presence functioning autism. They all share the of unusual narrow interests and extreme Phase 3 = Repetition:The same opera- phenotype of social difficulties

Journal

Archives of Disease in ChildhoodBritish Medical Journal

Published: Jan 20, 2006

Keywords: autism assortative mating

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