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Mini-lecture: camouflaging

In our second mini-lecture, we talk about camouflaging and masking in autism. We are working on a comprehensive post on camouflaging as well, but for now, enjoy our talk:


Supplementary material

In our talk, we refer to the social camouflaging model represented by the diagram below, which is from a research paper from 2018 by Laura Hull et al.[1]Development and Validation of the Camouflaging Autistic Traits Questionnaire (CAT-Q) In our post on camouflaging we will discuss this more in-depth.

Embrace ASD | Mini-lecture: camouflaging | diagram Camouflaging
Social Camouflaging model (Image attribution: Laura Hull et al.)

Embrace ASD | Mini-lecture: camouflaging | icon Test Filled

To test whether you camouflage, take the
Camouflaging Autistic Traits Questionnaire:

CAT-Q

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Martin Silvertant

Martin Silvertant

Co-founder of Embrace ASD, autism researcher, writer, ironically silver award-winning graphic designer, and type designer. I am also autistic, and I fight dodecahedragons during sleep onset.

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