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How are Autistic People Perceived? A Reply to Chown, Hughes and Baker-Rogers (2019)

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Rabi Samil Alkhaldi is funded by a Saudi Government Scholarship from the Saudi Arabian Cultural Bureau (SACB).

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Sheppard, E., Mitchell, P. & Alkhaldi, R.S. How are Autistic People Perceived? A Reply to Chown, Hughes and Baker-Rogers (2019). J Autism Dev Disord (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10803-020-04401-x

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