A blog about Asperger Syndrome
Interesting. But I dislike the words "disorder" and "faulty". And this sentence makes me want to have strong words with the person who wrote it: "The study should help identify precisely which parts of the brain fail in patients."Thank you for sharing.
I'm not bothered by the language to be honest, I'm quite a realist. At the end of the day, it *is* a disorder and we do have faulty genes. *shrug* My only complaint would be with the word "disease" as I don't think autism can be classed as one yet, it is still technically a syndrome.
I see where you're coming from, but I'm not sure we do have faulty genes, just different ones. It's all based on the premise that there is a 'normal' with regards to human genetic make-up. I'm more of a 'diversity' fan myself.
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