While the discovery of a higher incidence of autism diagnosed in certain groups of second-generation immigrant children was first explained as the result of a lack of vitamin D during pregnancy in dark-skinned people further from the equator, this explanation did not consider that diagnosed autism was most common in newly immigrated children and decreased when they immigrated many years earlier, as it would increase body memory. Nor could it explain the similar effect on autism diagnosed for some European Migrants America in the 1940s, which was verified in the 2010s because a lack of vitamin D was never a problem for these light-skinned immigrants to America. Nor can the decrease in autism diagnosed with the number of years experienced by parents in their new country be explained by the theory that the cause is genetic, whether it is due to genuine ethnic differences in the genetic prevalence of autism or to a selective migration of individuals predisposed to autism, because these genes, if they exist, would not disappear over time. It has therefore been suggested that autism is not caused by a congenital deficit in a certain social circuit in the brain, also referring to other research that suggests that specific social brain mechanisms may not even exist in neurotypical people, but that certain characteristics of appearance and/or minor details in behavior are met by the exclusion of socialization, which turns out to be a seemingly reduced social capacity.   After working with others, take the time to consider the feedback they give (written, verbal, body language). This will help you better understand not only others and their personalities, but also how they perceive your thoughts and communication style. Although they may seem similar, there is a clear difference between empathy and sympathy. Hodges and Myers in the Encyclopedia of Social Psychology: “Empathy is often defined by understanding another person`s experience, by presenting oneself in the situation of the other: one understands the experience of the other as if it were experiencing oneself, but without the self actually knowing it. There is a distinction between oneself and others.
Sympathy, on the other hand, involves the experience of being moved by another person or reacting in agreement with them. 8 “Working Mothers` Careers `Derailed` after Becoming Pregnant,” Slater and Gordon Lawyers, August 12, 2014, bit.ly/2T5RaAu. Empathetic maturity is a theory of cognitive structure developed at Yale University School of Nursing, which deals with how adults conceive or understand the personality of patients. The theory, which applies first to nurses and, since then, to other professions, postulates three levels that have the characteristics of cognitive structures. The third and highest level is considered a meta-ethical theory of the moral structure of care.