Emergence: Labeled Autistic - Working—Coping—Surviving Summary & Analysis

Temple Grandin
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Here Temple generalizes about herself. She notes that her visual and spatial mind makes it easier for her to design machines and facilities. She has a hard time with abstractions and usually invents visuals to help her remember them. She recalls that classes such as statistics are especially hard, because she has to remember lengthy sequences of abstractions. After this information, she lists various exams she has taken and tells how she does on them. On the Hiskey Nebraska Spatial Reasoning Test, she scored at the top of the norms. On the Woodcock-Johnson test, she has a somewhat lower test score. It is timed, and she cannot finish them. However, she tests at highest levels for the ones she does complete. On the other Woodcock-Johnson test segments, she does reasonably well even on the numbers, which she...

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