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“Einstein would probably be in an autism program today” - Big Think

Temple Grandin, renowned author and professor, highlights the importance of understanding different thinking styles, especially within the realm of neurodiversity like autism. Grandin, a visual thinker, challenges the oversimplification of autism and identifies three main types of thinkers: visual, pattern, and word thinkers. She advocates for creating inclusive environments in education and employment by accommodating these diverse cognitive approaches. By embracing cognitive diversity, Grandin believes society can foster greater success and fulfillment for all individuals.

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