A few weeks ago, Dianna Heitz of Northwestern University's Medill School drove up to film me for a story on Asperger's. She's got a brother on the spectrum, so she had a personal stake in the story, and she did a really nice job.
It's called The Challenge and Opportunity of Autism
Here is a story about the making of the story . . .
But there's another story in the background, and you'll have to watch several videos to figure it out. Watch me in the video link above. Then go to the links below, or on the right sidebar, and watch me on television this past fall. Look for the changes . . . what do you see.
I'll tell you. All the links above were filmed before TMS. The Medill interview is post-TMS
So you'll see the results of the TMS experiments, just as Kim Stagliano described on Age of Autism last month. Take a look at both and tell me if you see any changes. I think I do, but I'd like to hear what you all think.
So please let me know . . . . I'll hold my breath . . .
Causes John Robison Supports
I support Asperger and autism advocacy groups. I also support the University of Massachusetts