Not being involved in criminal activity is a sign that you are deficient.

Yes, you read that right. That is what research from psychologists says. This one: Right temporoparietal junction underlies avoidance of moral transgression in Autism Spectrum Disorder They say that that autistic people are less likely to act immorally, even when consequences or chance of being found out are low, is apparently a 'deficit'. Yes really. …

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You’ll always find me in the kitchen at parties

Party etiquette Photo by Eugen Buzuk on Pexels.com Parties are difficult. You will always find me on the edge of things. First there's the introvert/extrovert question. The extroverts wanting to he the heart of the party, the introverts having a quiet chat in the corner. Which is fine until the extrovert abuse happens. When an …

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Autism, the frog book, antivaxxers and other bad science

The Frog Book This blog started last year when "the frog book" was frequently mentioned on Twitter, someone complaining the book was called Tuesday and they got the test on a Wednesday. Now I have no qualifications in psychology, but I am a bit of a maths whizz, so I thought I'd look at this. …

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