Autism Crossword

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The biological explanation for autism looks at what?
Extreme Male Brain
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One of Baron-Cohen's explanations for autism
Cognitive
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In general, people on the autistic spectrum tend to have a lower...
IQ
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Autistic people usually get caught up on one topic of interest. What is this called?
Fixation
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Girls tend to show more of this type of aggression than boys
Verbal
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A second Baron-Cohen explanation for autism
Biological
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Baron-Cohen believes that autistic people have this (cognitive explanation)
Mind Blindness
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A task used with autistic children to see if they have Theory of Mind
SallyAnne
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The man who came up with the cognitive and biological explanations for autism
Simon Baron-Cohen
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A spectrum/developmental disorder found more commonly in boys
Autism
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Autistic people have a very ... way of thinking
Literal
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Autistic people are said to be low empathising and high ...
Systematising
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Autistic people may have problems with this
Communication
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Autistic people usually avoid this with others
Eye contact
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Baron-Cohen's cognitive explanation
Theory of Mind
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Autistic people find it hard to make these due to difficulties empathising with others
Friends
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Autistic people find it hard to do this with others
Empathise
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Boys tend to show more of this type of aggression than girls
Physical
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One of Baron-Cohen's explanations for autism

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In general, people on the autistic spectrum tend to have a lower...

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Autistic people usually get caught up on one topic of interest. What is this called?

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Girls tend to show more of this type of aggression than boys

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