Shadows open window into the autistic mind


By Eugenie Samuel Reich WHEN Peter Pan lost his shadow, he was still recognisable, even though most of us find shadows help us to identify objects. Children with autism, however, appear to regard the dark shapes as more of a distraction. There is evidence that people with autism process images differently, including finding it harder to decode facial expressions. To investigate how autism affects recognition of objects in general,
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