Title
Camouflaging in Autism
Author
Laura Hull; William Mandy
Summary
This online article provides an introduction to "camouflaging" and its impact on autistic people. Camouflaging involves an autistic person hiding aspects of their autism in order to try to fit in with others. Examples and gender differences are discussed. The article concludes while camouflaging might help some people to make friends, but it can be very exhausting and might even cause people harm.
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Language
English
Subjects
Social Engagement
Publisher
Frontiers for Young Minds
DateModified
7/29/2022 2:55 PM EDT