The cerebrum is like the processor of the brain, so it should come as no surprise that the cerebrum of the autistic brain features some significant differences.
Every non-autistic brain is (roughly) like every non-autistic brain. But no autistic brain is like any other autistic brain!
There is a lot of research on how to decrease autistic symptoms. Here we approach it from a different perspective, and present ways to INCREASE our autism.
Synesthesia and autism share significant overlap, with 19% of autistic people having synesthesia as well. In this post, we explain why.