This 117 page collection of easy to read essays explores the relationship of significant visual perceptual disorders on the development of imagination, ability to simultaneously process on more than one sensory channel, dissociation in response to overload, the chronic fight-flight state of Exposure Anxiety, reliance on the system of sensing. It also looks at presumptions and labeling when someone has significant visual perceptual disorders.
Visual perceptual disorders in autism
Visual agnosias: are you trying to blind me?
Agnosia, sensory perception and autism
Autism, bonding, patterns and reflection
Peripheral Vision on the Autism Spectrum
Eye contact in babies; What is ‘normal’?
Body agnosia, autism and Exposure Anxiety
Like Colour To The Blind
An occupational therapist explores autism
‘High functioning’ versus ‘low functioning’ autism; mythbusting
The woman who thinks like a cow?
Common modes of thought – its broader than thinking in pictures
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