Thinking about You, Thinking about Me: Philosophy and Strategies for Facilitating the Development of Perspective Taking for Students with Social Cognitive Defects

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Jessica Kingsley, 2003 - Autism - 207 pages
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Perspective-taking, the ability of one person to consider the point of view and motives of another, is a crucial skill to successful interpersonal relations and is a skill that anyone with a social cognition disability will struggle with. This volume addresses the different ways this problem can present itself and the current thinking on how to approach the problem. It includes exercises and activities designed to be immediately applied to the student, and it is illustrated with diagrams, tables and photocopiable handouts.

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