Temple Grandin Essays
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Within the 1940s disabled individuals were identified as ‘abnormal’. Medical sociologist Talcott Parsons identified individuals whom did not fit in with the ‘norm’ of society as ‘sick’ or ‘disabled’, and therefore viewed them as ‘deviant[s]’, and as a threat to the maintenance of a ‘healthy’ society” (Mallet & Cole, 2014). This established the medical model of disability. The medical model establishes disablement as a physiological “flaw of the individual” (Singer, 2017). This medical label prevents the individual from being accepted...
In this research project, I am going to research if autism is either a disease or a variant of the norm. I personally know someone who has autism and have direct contact with them a lot, this made me question myself more and more about, what it involves. Due to the lack of results from the many types of research taking place to know more about it, I decided to combine the information that has been successfully published to reach...
When diagnosing a child with a disorder there must be special consideration given due to their vulnerabilities and misconception. They are developing and sometimes actions or behaviors can be misconstrued as an issue. There are different stages that a child must go through in order to grow into a healthy adult. Children can be manipulated easily and can demonstrate odd behaviors that may or may not constitute a visit to a medical professional. It may be easier for an adult...
Cognition is an exceptionally complex, essential feature of human consciousness, yet not all aspects of cognition are consciously experienced. Cognition is sometimes defined as the mental process of knowing, including aspects such as awareness, perception, reasoning, and judgment. In simple terms, cognition means thinking. Cognitive psychology is the field of psychology dedicated to examining how people think. It attempts to explain how and why we think the way we do by studying the interactions among human thinking, emotion, creativity, language,...
Autism Spectrum Disorder is a Neurodevelopmental disorder this diagnosis can lead to impairments in both verbal and nonverbal communication, social interaction and repetitive restricted behaviour – The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), according to The American Psychiatric Association (APA 2013). The above statement is a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, if one is reading this for the first time and you are autistic how does it make you feel? The concept of neurodiversity in relation to autism...