People with Autism are Still Superb at Learning Things Implicitly

by Scott Barry Kaufman

Almost all learning, and especially school learning, involves a mix of explicit and implicit cognitive processes. Helping individuals with autism spectrum disorder access their implicitly learned material while minimizing focusing on their explicit knowledge may aid real-life learning in those with autism spectrum condition.

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