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'''Autistic thinking''' is a form of [[thought disturbance]] and is a term used to refer to [[thinking]] not in accordance with consensus reality and emphasizes preoccupation with inner experience. See also [[dereistic thinking]].
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*[[Autism]]
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[[Category:Thought distubances]]

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Autistic thinking is a form of thought disturbance and is a term used to refer to thinking not in accordance with consensus reality and emphasizes preoccupation with inner experience. See also dereistic thinking.



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