Autism and Rhythms

January 1st, 2012 | Admin

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Self-stimulatory behavior, also known as stimming and self-stimulation, is the repetition of physical movements, sounds, or repetitive movement of objects common in individuals with developmental disabilities, but most prevalent in people with autistic spectrum disorders.

This was the first research that explained why stimming is necessary in order for the autistic child to function.

Autism as a disorder of biological and behavioral rhythms. Read more ->  Rhythms

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