Autistic artists?

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Autistic artists?

Beitragvon Blattspitze » 29.05.2018 22:55

Here we argue that ‘autistic traits’ in art, such as extreme realism, have been created by individuals with a cognitive extreme of local processing bias, or detail focus. The significance of local processing bias, which is found both as a feature of autism spectrum conditions and in artists with exceptional talent at realistic depiction who aren’t autistic, has implications for our understanding of Upper Palaeolithic society in general, as well as of the roles played by individuals with autism spectrum conditions.
https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/opar.2 ... 8-0016.xml
“We suspect that the early development of inherited autism was in part an evolutionary response to ultra-harsh climatic conditions at the height of the last Ice Age. Without the development of autism-related abilities in some people, it is conceivable that humans would not have been able to survive in a freezing environment in which finding food required enhanced skills”, ...
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/scie ... 51751.html
"... . Von beiden war Schuchhardt sicherlich der Gebildetere und Geistvollere, auch Weltgewandtere, wie das gelegentlich im Vergleich von Museumsdirektoren und Universitätsprofessoren zu beobachten ist." G. Körner (ehem. Museumsdirektor)
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