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|Other Titles:||Cognitive Characteristics and Intellectual Patterns of Children with Autism|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
This paper was divided to two parts: One was reviewed theories about the cognitive characteristics of children with autism. These theories were "theory of mind" and "executive functions", to explain some disabilities on cognition of children with autism. The other was reviewed studies about intelligent patterns of children with autism and found that some of the strengths and weaknesses are more stable across various IQ levels, but others are not.
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