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The autism advantage at work: A critical and systematic review of current evidence

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posted on 21.10.2020, 06:30 by Simon Bury, Darren Hedley, Mirko Uljarevic, Eynat Gal

Despite difficulties entering the workforce, people on the autism spectrum are often successful. Furthermore, they are suggested to bring unique abilities (e.g., attention to detail, tolerance for repetitive tasks) related to the repetitive and restrictive behaviours and interests (RRBI) diagnostic domain, that may be advantageous in employment.


Funding

DXC Technology

Australian Government Department of Human Services and Department of Defence

ANZ Bank

History

School

  • School of Psychology and Public Health

Publication Date

01/10/2020

Journal

Research in Developmental Disabilities

Volume

105

Article Number

103750

Pagination

1-14

Publisher

Elsevier

ISSN

0891-4222

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