Neurotypical Peers are Less Willing to Interact with Those with Autism based on Thin Slice Judgments
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), including those who otherwise require less support, face severe difficulties in everyday social interactions. Research in this area has primarily focused on identifying the cognitive and neurological differences ...
How "unmasking" leads to freedom for autistic and other neurodivergent people : Life Kit
Autistic people are constantly forced to suppress who they are as a means of pleasing a neurotypical world. Social psychologist Devon Price not only wants to give them permission to take off that mask and be themselves, but believes that doing so allows everyone to lead happier lives.