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visual processing

  1. T

    Difficulty Learning/Adjusting to Driving

    I'm getting back into driving practice lately; I started very late compared to some people, 21 years old when I first got my learner's permit. Classroom learning was no issue for me, I'm fine learning the signs and on-paper rules of the road. But I absolutely drag my feet when it comes to...
  2. M

    Some people with autism notice things more quickly than the general population.

    It's been discovered through research that people with high-functioning autism have better visual sharpness than others in the population. I've noticed that to be true for myself in that I'm much better at visual tasks and I'm faster in processing the information that most. Researchers have...
  3. Daydreamer

    The truth about the diagnosis process VS the media.

    I think that most people would agree films and TV shows aren't always exactly accurate. Quite often they are not, because the main purpose is to entertain. I find it amusing sometimes to see how easy TV shows make it look to get a diagnosis. Never showing any complications whatsoever, it is...
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