Beyond autism: Challenging unexamined assumptions about social motivation in typical development

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42 (2019)
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Abstract

In challenging the assumption of autistic social uninterest, Jaswal & Akhtar have opened the door to scrutinizing similar unexamined assumptions embedded in other literatures, such as those on children's typically developing behaviors regarding others’ minds and morals. Extending skeptical analysis to other areas may reveal new approaches for evaluating competing claims regarding social interest in autistic individuals.

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