Translation of autistic in Spanish:


autista, adj.

Pronunciation /ɔˈtɪstɪk/ /ɔːˈtɪstɪk/

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    • Almost everyone with Asperger's also fits the profile of the more classic autistic disorder.
    • I was seeking a novel therapy for my 42-year-old autistic younger brother Noah.
    • The aim of the study was simply to understand the basic mechanisms causing individual differences in autistic traits in an otherwise typical sample.
    • You've also been in studies of the parents of autistic children.
    • The thing everyone wants to talk about is the theme: how to cope with an autistic child.
    • A mother bemoaned the layoff of the untenured special ed teacher who had taught her autistic child.
    • The model train's friendly face, with its exaggerated smile, also helps autistic children's understanding of emotion.
    • Asperger's syndrome is a form of autism used to describe people usually at the higher functioning end of the autistic spectrum.
    • In Pennsylvania, the search for a missing autistic boy continues.
    • No distinguishable cluster of events occurred among children hospitalized for autistic disorders.
    • Now two groups have independently reported abnormalities of blood flow in the temporal lobes of autistic children.
    • Transformed here into a gawky, convincing autistic individual, she is mesmerizing.
    • In facilitated communication a "facilitator" holds the hand of an autistic partner who types messages on a keyboard.
    • In the study, a total of 26 autistic children received an individual programme tailored to their own needs.
    • Back then, David, who is severely autistic, was well enough to go to the park with his twin sister Ali.
    • Whether we are autistic or not, everyone should treat others with respect.