If you’re autistic spectrum researching autism much of what they talk about won’t make sense because you DON’T HAVE the things they tell you you are lacking so you continue wondering “What is this “visual” scratchpad that I lack?” and such. “First, for the patient, his/her autistic symptoms have always been present, and there is no non-affected state to which a comparison could be established.” Oh this is really good so far. Little things so far I’m liking. This is the line I saw in search results for “non-bayesian autism” as I was thinking that bayesian was the wrong approach. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4911361/

If you’re autistic spectrum researching autism much of what they talk about won’t make sense because you DON’T HAVE the things they tell you you are lacking so you continue wondering “What is this “visual” scratchpad that I lack?” and such.
 
“First, for the patient, his/her autistic symptoms have always been present, and there is no non-affected state to which a comparison could be established.”
 
Oh this is really good so far. Little things so far I’m liking. This is the line I saw in search results for “non-bayesian autism” as I was thinking that bayesian was the wrong approach.
 
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4911361/

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