Am höchsten bewertete kritische Rezension
A bit one sided
am 12. September 1998
This is mostly good, well rounded book. However, Dr. Grandin does make some glaring over generalizations, and often seems to assume all autistic people are like herself. While she admits this is not true in place, she will go to the very next paragraph and say something like, "because all autistic people are visual...," when, in fact, some autistic people have severe visual processing difficulties and are not visual at all. While I can relate to most of what she says as an autistic person, I know many who cannot. This kind of misinformaton, combined with her often playing the role of *THE* high0fuctiong adult (who understand all autistic people) is potentially harmful.