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Frontiers in Cognitive Psychology. New York: Nova Science Publishers (pp. 1-30). AUTISM, MOVEMENT, TIME AND THOUGHT E-MOTION MIS-SIGHT AND OTHER TEMPORO- SPATIAL PROCESSING DISORDERS IN AUTISM

By Référence Du Chapitre, Gepner B, Tardif C. Autism, Thought E-motion Mis-sight, Bruno Gepner (md and Carole Tardif* (phd

Abstract

In this chapter we propose a new approach of autism called E-Motion mis-sight and other temporospatial processing disorders. According to our view, subjects with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) present more or less disabilities, delays and deviances, to perceive and integrate environmental world’s sensory events online and to produce realtime sensorymotor coupling and adequate verbal and nonverbal outputs, from the beginning of their life. In other words, the environmental world is going and changing too fast for persons with ASD. In the first paragraph, we present some biographical self-reports, clinical considerations and neuropsychological arguments, which open windows on the peculiar visual and visuo-motor world of autistic persons. In the second paragraph, we expose the available experimental results in favour of physical and biological motion integration disorders in autistic population, and we expose a first synthesis of our approach. In the third7

Year: 2008
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