Browsing The Plymouth Student Scientist by Subject "Weak Central Coherence"
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Could negative affect be 'part' of the 'whole' picture in weak central coherence? A study of weak central coherence and its relation to affect and autistic traits (University of Plymouth, 2012)Weak Central Coherence (WCC) is recognised as a major cognitive theory of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and is characterised by a processing bias for local information. Furthermore, individuals with ASD have been found ...