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SIR HERMANN BONDI MEMORIAL LECTURE: AUTISM, NEURODIVERSITY AND SOCIETAL CHANGE

Tuesday 15 October: 6:30pm - 8:00pm

St John's College Fisher Building, St John’s Street, CB2 1TP

Two systems in the human brain for dealing with change: Lessons from studies of autism.

Professor Simon Baron-Cohen discusses how we as a society can make the world more autism-friendly. The concept of 'neurodiversity' is a framework for appreciating the way in which autistic people experience the world and adjust to change, and for eliminating stigma around autism.

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Age: All ages, Talk, Arrive on time, Free

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