Autism is Related to Probable Intellectual Rewards, Says Study
As per reports, a recent study conducted by the Canadian researchers accounted that most of the people, suffering from autism certainly have some extraordinary qualities and abilities.
However, the researchers also highlighted the fact that as compared to normal individuals, who don't suffer from the autism condition, the sufferers performed brilliantly.
Sharing his viewpoints about the study findings, the lead researcher from the University of Montreal's Center for Excellence in Pervasive Development Disorders, Dr. Laurent Mottron, asserted that his study has certainly identified the fact that the autistic patients surely have a superior ability linked with perception and reasoning.
All these claims came to limelight after the researchers tracked many autistic patients and when they compared their perception and reasoning ability with the normal individuals, they were shocked to find that of people with autism in multiple cognitive operations performed in a superior manner.
He added, "Dawson and other autistic individuals have convinced me that, in many instances, people with autism need more than anything opportunities, frequently support, but rarely treatment".
In the meanwhile, the reports stated that the study findings have definitely made the researchers and the health experts to make some major contributions in understanding the condition in a much better way.
Meanwhile, the researchers again stressed on the fact that the new study findings have challenged the old traditional scientific perception related with the autism, as the new study researchers have correctly predicted the mental retardation scale based on the management of unsuitable tests, and on the misunderstanding of autistic potencies.
On the other hand, the current health data also recommended that the right time has come to change the thinking related with the autism, as now the diseases can be considered as an advantage across the globe.
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