People with autism are less likely to fall for an out-of-body illusion | New Scientist

A study involving a virtual avatar suggests that autistic people’s brains may generate a sense of self in a different way to those of people without autism

Source: People with autism are less likely to fall for an out-of-body illusion | New Scientist

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