Compensatory strategies to disguise autism spectrum disorder may delay diagnosis

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The first scientific study of compensatory strategies — techniques to camouflage autism — finds that they have positive and negative outcomes, increasing social integration, but possibly also resulting in poor mental health for autistic people, and could be a barrier to diagnosis.

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