Pre-course test

Check if you need a neurodiversity course by answering these questions:

 

• Why is there less dyslexia in Sweden?

• Why there is no dyslexia in China?

• What are the different types of dyslexia?

• Why does the braindiversity with the highest lexis (adhd) have the most dyslexia (40%).

• Are executive functions like planning built during adolesence ?

• How does the sensory profile influence brainarchitecture?

• How does early neglect, toxic stress or trauma influence brainarchitecture?  What is the impact on each braindiversity?

• What are the downsides of beeing ”neurotypical”?

• What is the difference between plasticity genes and vulnerability genes?

• Does lack of eyecontact during ”talkthink” in adhd have to do with autism?

• Why is highly giftedness not just thinking faster?

• If 2 ears can hear stereo, 2 eyes can see 3D, can you also think 3D with two brainhemispheres?

• Do you know the difference between conceptual thinking and lineair thinking and how you can use both to your advantage in the workplace?

• Are we really on different wave-lenghts,? (alpha beta or teta electric brainwaves).

• What  vitamines are needed to make neurotransmitters?

• What is a blood-brain barrier priority system? What have neurodivers genes have to do with this?

• What are the main reasons for misdiagnosis?

• What are the basis rules to use patientdata legitimally for research and what are the most common pitfalls if you use patientdatabases for statistical research. How can you fix these pitfalls?

• How can you use experiencial knowlegde to improve research design?

• What is ”joint attention” and how does it influence brain development and sense of self?

• What are the differences in communication between 2 people with autism, 1 with autism and 1 without and 2 people without autism? What if one is child and the other adult? What happens when the child has autism and the parent not? And what if the child does not have autism and the parent has autism. How does this effect brain development?

Neurodiversity globally compaired