The gender factor in some learning and developmental disorders
Posted 5 days ago and submitted by Holly McGee | Share link: http://illo.cc/72152

This is the first of a series of illustrations I’m doing about the role that gender plays in the varying symptoms of some learning and developmental disorders. Studies show that girls with Asperger’s Syndrome fare much better in social interactions than their male counterparts. Psychologists think that this is because girls have spent more time observing and then successfully mimicking their more neuro-typical peers.



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