THIS USER ASKED ๐Ÿ‘‡

Why are the apparent sensory deficits seen in some people with asd referred to as “apparent”? a. parents incorrectly perceive these children as having deficits. b. there is no way to assess the sensory functioning of children with asd. c. what appears to be a deficit is often a form of willful behavior. d. there is no impairment in the sense organ, but the individual’s response makes it appear otherwise?

THIS IS THE BEST ANSWER ๐Ÿ‘‡

The answer is “No weakening of the organ makes sense, but the response of the individual seems to be the opposite”.

ASD is a term that stands for Autism spectrum disorder, used for a certain type of behavioral and developmental issues and associated problems.