With autism (Autistic disorder), the patients will appear phenomenon like language disorder, communicating disorder and social disorder who are mostly two or three-year-old boy. Once the diagnosis confirmed, a lifelong bothering would be caused to the patients and their family. A novel hypothesis for the pathogenesis of autism which is called Double Mirror Reflection Model (DMRM) is put forward combined with the current brain science developments by this paper. The camera-monitor experiments explains the content of the hypothesis. With this paper, a new thinking is provided to the precaution and the diagnosis for autism.
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A hypothesis of autism approached with the non-linear model
Published: 08 June 2017 by MDPI in DIGITALISATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY session International Forum on Ecology of Information Studies
Keywords: Autism; Double Mirror Reflection Model (DMRM); Nonlinear methods