Autism In An Anthropologist On Mars By Oliver Sacks

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Given the large numbers of children with autism, we need to find the way to treat them. Children with autism, is a key issue may be a lack of pruning of the brain 's wiring. The new research has confirmed that autistic children have an overabundance of synapses in their brains. Autism is a biological disorder that roots in the human beings brain and slowly damages it in specific ways. Many parents disregard the change in the behavior of their children and thus ignore the possibility that their children may have some of the illness. Now research have found that the way to give treatments, children get therapeutic for 25 hours per week. When parents notice such behavior from their child, it is time to see a neurological therapist.
In the research case of “An Anthropologist on Mars” by Oliver Sacks analyzes the conditions of the different autistic people. Sacks came close to opening the meaning of Autism to the readers by
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In support of these questions, I think her autobiography movie “Temple Grandin” has provided many evidence of why she was in panic and fear. She felt like she was separated from society. When she came to farm in her summer break from high school, T. Grandin saw cows and how they were punished by cowboys and by other farm employees. Temple could not tolerate the violence towards the livestock and she was scared of being around those cowboys and other people. In order to suppress her fear of being around others, she looked for a way that would help with this issue. That’s why Temple Grandin’s experiences led her to hide inside the squeeze machine. At first she didn’t know what was it to be in squeeze machine, until she asked her aunt to squeeze her. She couldn’t find a place to hide, and began to look for something that could restore her negative visualization. Speaking in a high tone, acting unusually around people, and her strange attitude towards people led her to the path of an

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