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Dimitri Martin: Glass House Rule
Dimitri Martin: Glass House Rule
Complexity
Complexity
Aspergers  Seeking guidance from someone who probably knows what to
Aspergers Seeking guidance from someone who probably knows what to
People expect cognition and social functioning to be equally
People expect cognition and social functioning to be equally
Progression of Etiological Theories
Progression of Etiological Theories
BRAIN RESEARCH
BRAIN RESEARCH
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Purkinje Neurons
Purkinje Neurons
Purkinje Neurons
Purkinje Neurons
Limbic System
Limbic System
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Amygdala-Brains Fear Center
Amygdala-Brains Fear Center
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Cerebrum (Cerebral Cortex)
Cerebrum (Cerebral Cortex)
Corpus Collosum
Corpus Collosum
Neurons
Neurons
Cognitive Differences
Cognitive Differences
Attention
Attention
Executive Functioning Research confirms that some children, but
Executive Functioning Research confirms that some children, but
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Look Me in the Eye Clip (CD 6  09)
Look Me in the Eye Clip (CD 6 09)
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
How do you navigate cultural expectations
How do you navigate cultural expectations
How do you navigate cultural expectations
How do you navigate cultural expectations
How do you navigate cultural expectations
How do you navigate cultural expectations
My Response
My Response
My Response
My Response
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Developmental Trajectories
Traviss Explanation
Traviss Explanation
Applying Human Emotions to Inanimate Objects  American Express
Applying Human Emotions to Inanimate Objects American Express
Calvin and Hobbs
Calvin and Hobbs
Social Attribution Task
Social Attribution Task
Attribution Theory
Attribution Theory
What Do You Attribute the Students Focus and/or Intensity of Interest
What Do You Attribute the Students Focus and/or Intensity of Interest
What Do You Attribute the Students Communication Issues To
What Do You Attribute the Students Communication Issues To
Look Me in the Eye - Communication
Look Me in the Eye - Communication
Ordering/ReOrdering Secretaries Name
Ordering/ReOrdering Secretaries Name
What Do You Attribute the Students Social Skill Differences To
What Do You Attribute the Students Social Skill Differences To
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
At their core, they want to fit in and have friends
At their core, they want to fit in and have friends
Big Bang Theory - Friendship
Big Bang Theory - Friendship
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass House Rule
Big Ideas
Big Ideas
Big Ideas
Big Ideas
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1Asperger Syndrome Rethinking the Glass 60mental theory Eric example Resulting
House Rule. response? How does this manifest in a
2Dimitri Martin: Glass House Rule. student you know?
Video clip. 61This ability dominates the perception
3Complexity: Have things changed? Are of typical people to such a degree that we
students really more challenging or are become anthropomorphic and project human
there other explanations? 1) High rates of social behaviour on animals and even
symptom similarity between Aspergers and objects. (Michelle Garcia, 11-08).
EI (inattention, obsessive-compulsive Anthropomorphic - Attribution of human
behaviors, anxiety, impulsivity). 2) motivation, characteristics, or behavior
Students with EI are being labeled ASD to inanimate objects, animals, or natural
because of better services, less stigma, phenomena. Factual or predictable
problematic evaluation methods, overly information dominates the Aspergers
broad ASD criteria, etc. 3) Students with Population.
AS were mislabeled in the past as EI, but 62Applying Human Emotions to Inanimate
are now properly labeled ASD (hence Objects American Express. Video clip.
"EI" type behaviors may be 63Calvin and Hobbs.
characteristic of both populations) 4) 64Social Attribution Task.
Similar etiology and risk factors for ASD 65S.A.T. Study Aspergers. Significant
and EI (genetic risks, pregnancy/ birth differences Typical Chasing, entrapping,
complications, prenatal exposure) 5) More and playing Frightened, elated or
students are being served in general frustrated Aspergers: Different terms to
education settings. explain movement of shapes Bouncing or
4Complexity. Perhaps student profiles oscillating vs. bravery or elation
and behaviors are becoming more complex Narratives shorter with less elaborate
The Real Question What is your plots Fewer, more simplistic personality
professional and ethical responsibility? attributions Focus on physical aspects of
5Understanding Asperger Syndrome objects.
Research Yale. Video clip. 66Attribution Theory. Every day we must
6Understanding Asperger - Research. guess how people will act, often from
Break in the brain Cannot figure it out small shreds of evidence. We do this
Cognitive ability does not = social skill through a form of social cognition called
development Not holding back on social attribution. As we observe others, we make
skills. Activity: Conversation without inferences about them. We attribute
looking at the persons eyes. peoples behavior to various causes.
7Aspergers Seeking guidance from Whether we are right or wrong about the
someone who probably knows what to do is causes of their behavior, our conclusions
usually not a first or even a second affect how WE act.
thought. The student with Aspergers might 67Attribution. In 2005, in the aftermath
be sitting next to someone who could of hurricane Katrina, many celebrities
obviously help but appears blinkered and went to New Orleans to help hurricane
determined to solve the problem by victims. As you watched these events, did
himself. Atwood, 2007. you: Attribute the celebrities actions to
8Fat lady in the grocery store. Student selfless concern for the suffering in New
with Aspergers remarks in his usual tone Orleans? OR Were the celebrities motivated
of voice and volume, That lady is fat and by a selfish desire to hog the limelight?
needs to go on a diet The childs opinion 68Attribution Theory. Two people enter a
is that she should be grateful for the restaurant and order different meals. Nell
observation and advice, the likelihood tastes her food, then salts it. Bert salts
that his mother will be embarrassed or the his food before he tastes it. How would
woman would be offended at such a rude you explain their behavior? Introduction
comment is not part of the thinking to Psychology: Gateways to Mind and
process. Atwood, 2007. Behavior: Twelfth Edition, 2010 Cengage
9The Truth. Video clip. Learning, Inc.
10People expect cognition and social 69Fundamental Attribution Error (It IS
functioning to be equally developed. When human nature!). Attribution Theory
kids with Aspergers Syndrome experience Erroneous cognitive tendency Over-value
difficulty they [public] wrongly assume it dispositional-based explanation for
is deliberate misconduct. (A. Klin and F. behaviors of others Under-value
Volkmar, 1997). potentiality of situational explanations
11Progression of Etiological Theories. for behavioral motives of others. We
Cerebrum. Limbic System. Corpus Collosum. predominantly presume that the actions of
Amygdala. Cerebellum. BRAIN research . . . others are indicative of the
Looking at brain differences. "kind" of person they are,
12BRAIN RESEARCH . . . Looking at brain rather than the kind of situations that
differences. Cerebellum Limbic System compel their behavior.
Amygdala Cerebrum Corpus Collosum 70An attribution is an inference about
Hippocampus Basal Ganglia Brain Stem. why an event occurred. More generally,
13 "attribution is a process that begins
14Purkinje Neurons. with social perception, progresses through
15Limbic System. a causal judgment and social inference,
16 and ends with behavioral
17Amygdala-Brains Fear Center. November consequences." (Crittenden 1983).
22, 2006: Study (Davidson, Univ. of 71? ? Path A. Path B. Professional
Wisconsin) confirms reduced size of Responsibility.
amygdala in most socially withdrawn 72What do you attribute her behavior to?
individuals with ASD. Starts hyperactive Video clip.
and enlarged Shrinks over time (toxic 73Attribution. Going to have
adaptation) which correlates with length prejudices/attribution errors Lack of
of eye contact and general fear of, social skills negates any viable
withdrawal from, people. opportunities Oddity about social
18Amygdala, Cont. Small amygdala: characteristics Physical appearance
significantly slower in identification of Perceived cognitive ability Are we going
happy, angry, sad facial expressions. to be embarrassed? Is she going to
Spent least amount of time looking at eyes embarrass herself? Make people
relative to other facial regions. Smallest uncomfortable.
amygdala: 40% longer to recognize 74Susan Boyle. Video clip.
emotional expressions. Largest amygdala: 75What made you change what you
looked at eyes 4 times longer than smaller attribute her behavior to? She Started
amydgalae. Singing Strengths Outweighed Public
19 Perception.
20Cerebrum (Cerebral Cortex). 76Susan Boyle: Behavior Didnt Change.
21Corpus Collosum. Walks off stage without results Doesnt
22Neurons. Mirror Neurons: A study by understand she won by reactions Wake up
UCLA neuroscientists (Dapretto et al) call Shut down the cynicism in the
featuring functional MRI suggests that audience We are going to make attributions
mirror neurons help people understand the and attribution errors.
intentions of others a key component to 77Doesnt Change Issues. Required
social interaction. Faulty? Not cued into Hospitalization Continued Difficulty with
them? Cell-Adhesion Molecules: Help brain Social Situations Support Person
cells connect (Hakonarson, 2009, Center Britains Got Talent Greater Societal
for Applied Genomics at Childrens Understanding Because of Talent. What
Hospital of Philadelphia). would have happened to her without
23Yawning Study. Current results suggest discovery of her talent? Continued sneers
that contagious yawning is impaired in and judgment of her lack of social
ASD, which may relate to their impairment understanding.
in empathy. It supports the claim that 78Students with Aspergers Have Strengths
contagious yawning is based on the and Talents. How will we respond? Will we
capacity for empathy. Senju, et al, 2007. give them a chance and overcome our own
24Cognitive Differences. Cognitive attribution errors? Will we be judgmental
development typically ranges from average and attribute their behaviors to their own
to very superior IQ. Difficulties may control?
include: Difficulty shifting attention 79My Response I will stop expecting the
Difficulty processing two cognitive tasks Susan Boyles of the world to prove
simultaneously Generalizing information themselves first by Three things I will
Retrieving information on demand do when I am faced with my own attribution
Developing problem-specific solutions errorsthree self-checks to precorrect my
Difficulty with sense of time. own judgements
25RED BLUE BLACK YELLOW PINK GREEN WHITE 80Michigan Definition to Determine
RED PURPLE ORANGE BLUE BROWN GRAY PINK Eligibility for ASD. Qualitative
GREEN BLUE BLACK YELLOW RED. Impairments in Reciprocal Social
26J.Janzen, Understanding the Nature of Interactions: 2 of 4 areas Qualitative
Autism. Impairments in Communication: 1 of 4 areas
27J.Janzen, Understanding the Nature of Restricted, Repetitive and Stereotyped
Autism. Behaviors: 1 of 4 areas.
28Attention. Studies have suggested at 81What Do You Attribute the Students
least 75% of children with Aspergers also Focus and/or Intensity of Interest Area
have a profile indicative of ADHD. To? Pick Student: To what to you attribute
Difficulty with four aspects of attention: focus and/or intensity of interest area?
Ability to sustain attention Attention to Worksheet Collin Dinosaurs.
relevant information Shifting attention 82Fundamental Attribution Error Collin -
Storing/encoding information (episodic vs. Outcomes. Path A. Path B. Cut the
semantic memory). Attwood, 2007. projector screen and leaf on plant; Pulled
29Executive Functioning Research down his pants to show peers his
confirms that some children, but underwear. Likely outcomes for Collin if
especially adolescents and adults with AS, his behavior is attributed to Aspergers
have impaired executive functioning. and the situational context?? Likely
Elementary: Difficulty with: Inhibition outcomes for Collin if my attribution is
(age 8) working memory using new dispositional based??
strategies. Middle School and older: 83Fundamental Attribution Error Collin -
Additional difficulties with: organization Outcomes. Path A. Path B. Showing Dinosaur
and planning self-reflection and Dinosaur Scissors. Sexual Harassment
self-monitoring (mental conversations) Property Destruction. Cut the projector
time management and prioritizing screen and leaf on plant; Pulled down his
understanding abstract concepts weak pants to show peers his underwear.
central coherence. Attwood, 2007. 84An attribution is an inference about
30 why an event occurred. More generally,
31 "attribution is a process that begins
32Things to think about. One guy vs. with social perception, progresses through
thousands/billions Neurons Inefficient, a causal judgment and social inference,
slow retrieval Misfilings Shredder Cant and ends with behavioral
forget any information Cant consequences" (Crittenden 1983).
differentiate between important & 85Intense Interests Struggling with
non-important information Microphone Isnt Life. Video clip.
used much (visual stronger than auditory) 86Focus and/or Intensity of Interest
Uses the big computer screen Memory Area. The special interest has several
storageno sound Power Cords Brain functions: a. To overcome anxiety b. To
Bacteria Interferes with storage of provide pleasure c. To provide relaxation
information Different Levels of Storage d. To ensure great predictability and
Daydreaming (processing?). certainty in life e. To help understand
33O T T F F S S. Activity: Executive the physical world f. To create an
Functioning. alternative world g. To create a sense of
34Look Me in the Eye Clip (CD 6 09) . identity h. To occupy time, facilitate
Planning for human contact Self-reflection conversation and indicate intellectual
Self-monitoring Understanding abstract ability (Atwood, 2007).
concepts Woof. Because of the executive 87? ? Path A. Path B. Professional
functioning differences, social Responsibility Students Focus and/or
interaction becomes a cognitive task. Intensity of Interest Your Own Student.
35Cognitive Inflexibility. Difficulty 88Qualitative Impairments in Reciprocal
with change Insistence on sameness Social Interactions: 2 of 4 areas
Rule-governed Routines/rituals Concrete Qualitative Impairments in Communication:
thinking Difficulty letting go of thought 1 of 4 areas Restricted, Repetitive and
and ideas Over-focus on details (weak Stereotyped Behaviors: 1 or 4 areas.
central coherence). Michigan Definition to Determine
36 Eligibility for ASD.
37Create rigid rule structures to make 89What Do You Attribute the Students
order in ambiguity. Playing with toys for Communication Issues To? Pick Student: To
young children and the child molester NO what to you attribute communication
LEFT TURNS! Men go to bars and women are difficulties? Worksheet JarodFacial Hair.
maids Jocks, People that dont make 90Fundamental Attribution Error Jarod -
good decisions and friends Pass four Outcomes. Path A. Path B. Told the teacher
red cars and its a good day Blue gel pen he liked her moustache. Likely outcomes
= good assignment Grocery Store Scenario for Jarod if his behavior is attributed to
Exchanging Christmas presents. Aspergers and the situational context??
38How do you navigate cultural Likely outcomes for Jarod if my
expectations? Taarof (Iranian Politeness) attribution is dispositional based??
How would you handle the picture problem? 91Fundamental Attribution Error Jarod -
What about the ice issue? Would you know Outcomes. Path A. Path B. Told the teacher
what to do? he liked her moustache. Intense
39Cognitive Strengths. Processing whole questioning about facial hair Question
chunks of information quickly Good rote about female teachers moustache Lack of
memory Good long-term memory Process understanding. Making Fun of Teacher
visual information meaningfully Understand Disrespectful 10 Days Suspension.
and use context-free information and 92An attribution is an inference about
rules. why an event occurred. More generally,
40Learning Characteristics of ASD. "attribution is a process that begins
Uneven skill development Tends to resist with social perception, progresses through
change in learning environment Difficulty a causal judgment and social inference,
generalizing skills/information Difficulty and ends with behavioral
with abstract concepts Relies on cues and consequences" (Crittenden 1983, p.
learned routines May tend to function more 426).
reliably with consistency and structure 93Look Me in the Eye - Communication.
within activities and environments. 94Pragmatic Language (Social
41Learning Characteristics of ASD. Communication). Pedantic, formal In this
Organizational issues Focus on unimportant economy Calculate my percentage When in
information Difficulties processing a rare conflict Difficulty with
multiple sensory input under certain relinquishing conversational turn--prompts
conditions Difficulty seeing the big Limited understanding of conversational
picture Over-selectivity Good long-term partner (interest, cues, topic
and rote memory Prefers sequences and appropriateness) Tone of voice (often
routines May demonstrate desirable perceived as disrespectful) Literal use of
persistence with a task if motivated Language.
Tendency toward literalness difficulty 95Attribution Error of Communication
with multiple meaning word. Mozart and the Whale Breaking Records.
42 Video clip.
43Numbers This American Life. Meet 96Ordering/ReOrdering Secretaries Name.
JerryAdult with Aspergers. Baiba Bunny Bev Blanche June What is wrong
44My Response The most powerful idea with this place? Get a normal name At
that strikes me after hearing this clip least they could all start with the same
is 3 things that I will accept in letter.
students with Aspergers and no longer try 97? ? Path A. Path B. Professional
to change Responsibility Students Communication
45Theory of Mind. (ToM) means the Your Own Student.
ability to recognize and understand 98Michigan Definition to Determine
thoughts, beliefs, desires and intentions Eligibility for ASD. Qualitative
of other people in order to make sense of Impairments in Reciprocal Social
their behaviour and predict what they are Interactions: 2 of 4 areas Qualitative
going to do. (Atwood, The Complete Guide Impairments in Communication: 1 of 4 areas
to Aspergers Syndrome, 2007). Restricted, Repetitive and Stereotyped
46 Behaviors: 1 or 4 areas.
47 99What Do You Attribute the Students
48Developmental Trajectories. Experts on Social Skill Differences To? Pick Student:
people. Normal. birth. ASD. Experts on To what to you attribute focus and/or
things. intensity of interest area? Worksheet
49Theory of Mind: Perspective Taking and Jacob Student attention.
Reciprocity. Mind reading ability is 100Fundamental Attribution Error Jacob -
located in the orbito-frontal Outcomes. Path A. Path B. Tickled peers on
cortex-superior temportal sulcus-amygdala the back of the neck. Likely outcomes for
area of the brain. Winning/losing concept Jacob if his behavior is attributed to
difficult Difficult to engage in Aspergers and the situational context??
manipulation Difficult to engage in lying. Likely outcomes for Jacob if my
50Maturation. The ability to understand attribution is dispositional based??
the value of deception and recognize when 101Fundamental Attribution Error Jacob -
it might be expected occurs later in the Outcomes. Path A. Path B. Tickled peers on
development of the student with Aspergers, the back of the neck. Desperately wanted
sometimes as late as early teens. This can to Interact with Kids Tickle Back of Necks
cause confusion to parents and teachers, Trying to Fit In Incompatible Response
as the previously honest, (perhaps to a Tried Even Harder. Targeting Students
fault) child recognizes that one can Aggressive Toward Peers Change of
deceive people and avoid anticipated Classroom Feared by Others Threat of 10
consequences. However the type of Days Suspension.
deception can be immature and the deceit 102An attribution is an inference about
easily identified by an adult. Atwood, why an event occurred. More generally,
2007. "attribution is a process that begins
51Travis and Lying. Travis is 18 Years with social perception, progresses through
Old Drives and attends a typical high a causal judgment and social inference,
school Driving to school his check engine and ends with behavioral
light came on Communicated in the best way consequences" (Crittenden 1983, p.
he knew how Did not get any response Got a 426).
responseIs this Lying. 103Look Me in the Eye: Social
52Background Information. Staff Reciprocity.
explainedthey could not believe what 104
Travis said anymoreHe was constantly 105Problems with Reciprocity (ToM).
lying. Used white boardinvited Travis Difficulty explaining own behaviors
into the meeting Put the word liar on the Difficulty understanding emotions
white board Travis said Everyone thinks Difficulty predicting how others feel or
I am a Liar What was discovered by the think Problems understanding the
facilitator and staff? perspectives of others Problems inferring
53Traviss Explanation. the intentions of others Failure to
54Traviss Take on Things. Telling the understand that behavior impacts how
truth is not good enough for the people others think and/or feel Problems with
Translation I need help and the staff social conventions such as turn-taking,
does not help me The wrecker is better politeness, and social space.
because my car blew up Translation Ms. 106
Black responded to the wrecker is coming 107Attribution Error of Social
because my car blew up but did not respond Reciprocity Mozart and the Whale -
to my check engine light coming on. McDonalds. Video clip.
55Time for a Change. Most people with 108Reciprocity. Use of nonverbals (eye
ASD will not wait until (the typical gaze, gestures, modulation of voice)
population - staff) perceives or does not Understanding emotions of self and others
perceive the situation as important as G Force I feel lonely when Im lonely.
they do Most people with ASD are How can I describe it further? Getting
perceiving the problem right in front of tissues for boys Shifting back to own
them(right or wrong) a catastrophe Adults topic (Anyways, Guess what?).
around students with ASD are saying words 109At their core, they want to fit in and
like relaxnot a big deal well get have friends. Try to orchestrate the
to that later That does not work for this relationship with others Do what they want
population. Students with ASD Want to - to do Others do not make sense
Solve the Problem. Swearing/authority issues Vulnerable
56J.Janzen, Understanding the Nature of Isolating Social injustice.
Autism. 110Big Bang Theory - Friendship. Video
57J.Janzen, Understanding the Nature of clip.
Autism. 111Continuous Failure in Trying to
58Maturation. Lying and Asperger follow the rules Trying to get others to
Syndrome Due to the impaired or delayed follow the rules Trying to understand
ToM abilities, the person with Aspergers nuances Generalizing information Making
may not realize that the other person is friends Leads to behavior or worse.
likely to be more offended by the lie than 112Struggling with Life Birthday Party.
by any apparent misdemeanor He may Video clip.
consider that a lie can be a way of 113J.Janzen, Understanding the Nature of
avoiding consequences or a quick solution Autism.
to a social problem Maintaining self 114J.Janzen, Understanding the Nature of
esteem should he have an arrogant self Autism.
image whereby the making of mistakes is 115Maturation. Lying and Asperger
unthinkable. Atwood, 2007. Syndrome Due to the impaired or delayed
59Typical children, especially after the ToM abilities, the person with Aspergers
age of five years, are remarkably astute may not realize that the other person is
at perceiving and understanding social likely to be more offended by the lie than
cues that indicate thoughts and feelings. by any apparent misdemeanor He may
(Michelle Garcia, 11-08). Parents nor consider that a lie can be a way of
educators teach these skills Parent and avoiding consequences or a quick solution
educators only notice when these skills to a social problem Maintaining self
are not present The lack of these skills esteem should he have an arrogant self
makes students and adults uncomfortable image whereby the making of mistakes is
Zero productive social skills curriculum unthinkable. Atwood, 2007.
developed. 116Struggling with Life Giving Up.
60It is as though their mind prioritizes Video clip.
social cues above other information in 117? ? Path A. Path B. Professional
their environment and they have a mental Responsibility Students Social Skills
theory as to what the social cues mean and Your Own Student.
how to respond. (Michelle Garcia, 11-08). 118
Minds of typically developing students 119Big Ideas. Reflection.
work differently Lack of the 120Thanks For Your Time!
prioritization of social skills Lack of a
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