Autism Spectrum Disorder, compensation, gender differentiation, mental health, neural responses
Many treatments for individuals with ASD focus on shaping their behaviour to fit in society. As a result, they may look like typical individuals and able to get along in social life but they still have cognitive impairment. This phenomenon known as compensation. In addition to its benefits, there are also negative effects of compensation. However, studies show that the benefits of compensation outweigh the risks. Future research should focuses on shaping better environment or individuals with ASD.
Disability and Equity in Education | Educational Methods | Special Education and Teaching
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