Autistic kids miss non-verbal clues

Autistic kids miss non-verbal clues

There are 18 comments on the BBC News story from Sep 10, 2013, titled Autistic kids miss non-verbal clues. In it, BBC News reports that:

Children with autism might miss out on non-verbal aspects of conversation as they look away when speaking to adults, scientists found.

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Ray

Brossard, Canada

#2 Sep 11, 2013
Vaccines makes kids non-verbal which leads them to miss verbal clues.

search all stories of kids regressing into autism after vaccination
ric99

Louth, UK

#3 Sep 12, 2013
What about all the kids who regress into autism, who haven't been vaccinated?
What about all the kids who regress into autism before vaccination?
What about all the kids who regress into autism a long time after vaccination?
What about all the kids who don't regress into autism after vaccination, i.e. the vast majority?

Canadian Ray doesn't mention any of those kids, does he. I wonder why.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#4 Sep 12, 2013
He doesn't have a clue. One, he has no evidence vaccines cause autism. Two, it's 'non' verbal cues! Being non verbal has nothing to do with not understanding non verbal cues. Many without autism are non verbal and still understand non verbal cues. Hello.
And what about the kids who don't regress at all (vast majority) and have autism??
ric99

Market Rasen, UK

#7 Sep 13, 2013
So the Winnipeg dummy admits that cases of regressive autism that occur at times other than soon after vaccination could have other causes. So why should cases that occur just after vaccination be any different? The NEMJ published study found that the rate of regressive autism occurring just after vaccination was no different from the rate at any other time. Therefore there is no reason to believe that vaccination was the cause in those cases either.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Sep 13, 2013
ric99 wrote:
So the Winnipeg dummy admits that cases of regressive autism that occur at times other than soon after vaccination could have other causes. So why should cases that occur just after vaccination be any different? The NEMJ published study found that the rate of regressive autism occurring just after vaccination was no different from the rate at any other time. Therefore there is no reason to believe that vaccination was the cause in those cases either.
Where's your link teabag? Surely you don't expect anyone but the dumbest on here like friend and sangelia to believe that trash?
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#9 Sep 13, 2013
I have posted the link to the New England Journal of Medicine published study on a number of occasions, but the Winnipeg dummy obviously doesn't have the reading or comprehension ability to take it in to his poor excuse for a brain.

In the study of 316 cases of regressive autism, 263 had been vaccinated and 53 had not.
Of the 263 who had been vaccinated:-
3 regressed less than 6 months after vaccination.
21 regressed between 6 and 11 months after vaccination.
22 regressed between 12 and 17 months after vaccination.
31 regressed between 18 and 23 months after vaccination.
42 regressed between 24 and 29 months after vaccination.
33 regressed between 30 and 35 months after vaccination.
90 regressed between 36 and 59 months after vaccination.
21 regressed more than 60 months after vaccination.

There is absolutely no indication that vaccination played any part in the time that regression occurred, or that vaccination caused regression.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#10 Sep 13, 2013
Anti vaxxers are well aware of those studies, and they've been posted many times. Any one who reads here is aware of this. They've been debunked, and they know it. All they have left is to resort to personal attacks and being anti social, but no evidence.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#13 Sep 13, 2013
All he can muster is that??!! Great example of an anti vaxxer in denial who has zilch in evidence. All he has is anti social behavior!
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#15 Sep 14, 2013
The Winnipeg dummy really is living up (sorry I mean living DOWN) to his reputation. If the results of the NEJM published study had indicated vaccines as the cause of regressive autism, then there would have been a peak in the number of kids who regressed shortly after vaccination. There was no peak. In fact only 3 kids out of 263 regressed within 6 months of vaccination, so there was NO indication that the cause of regression in those 3 kids was any different from the cause in the majority of kids who regressed 3 to 5 years after vaccination, or the 53 kids who were not vaccinated but still regressed.

If the Winnipeg dummy can't even understand something as simple as that then he really is dumb.
ric99

Boston, UK

#17 Sep 15, 2013
Where is the Winnipeg dummy's scientific evidence that the NEJM published study is "artificial and knowingly dishonest" and "part of this crime against humanity"? He doesn't have any such evidence as usual, unless you count the fact that he doesn't like the results of the study.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#19 Sep 15, 2013
As I thought, the Winnipeg dummy doesn't like the results or conclusions from the NEJM published study, so he resorts to his usual pathetic insults.
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#21 Sep 15, 2013
So the Winnipeg dummy, when replying to my post about the results from the NEJM published study, goes completely off topic and starts ranting about vaccine safety studies, and now even admits that he did. Yet another case of the Winnipeg dummy changing the subject when he can't find any scientific reason why the study I cited should be considered to be flawed in any way.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#22 Sep 16, 2013
Aside from going off topic, he has no evidence of that, either and if he's going by complaints of whatever, that's not evidence. It's a catch-all including all statement anti vaxxers make. They have to pick a single study, which they never do, and point out the flaws other than the web file is too small for him to read. At the same time, anti vaxxers claim "12 kids will or should have identical outcomes in a narrow window of time" is bawahahaha.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#23 Sep 16, 2013
ric99 wrote:
So the Winnipeg dummy, when replying to my post about the results from the NEJM published study, goes completely off topic and starts ranting about vaccine safety studies, and now even admits that he did. Yet another case of the Winnipeg dummy changing the subject when he can't find any scientific reason why the study I cited should be considered to be flawed in any way.
It only seems that way because you are a hopeless imbecile. Where are your links? Afraid people will read them and laugh at you...some more? And here's the dumbest thing I ever heard, a study without flaws. IMPOSSIBLE. That's like saying without premise, without bias, without preconceived notions. UH-DUH
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#24 Sep 16, 2013
friend wrote:
Aside from going off topic, he has no evidence of that, either and if he's going by complaints of whatever, that's not evidence. It's a catch-all including all statement anti vaxxers make. They have to pick a single study, which they never do, and point out the flaws other than the web file is too small for him to read. At the same time, anti vaxxers claim "12 kids will or should have identical outcomes in a narrow window of time" is bawahahaha.
USA- DUH

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#25 Sep 16, 2013
If anyone is laughing, it's at anti vaxxers and more so Winnipeg who is now arguing there cant be a study without flaws! That in itself is hilarious, but add to that he has yet to give credible evidence of any flaws! And he still ignores those 53 children who regressed and had no vaccines at all.

No need to give links,(even though many links have been given already) it's a riot without them.
ric99

Louth, UK

#27 Sep 16, 2013
Everything the Winnipeg dummy ever does is flawed, so he assumes that this is normal and that all scientific studies must also be flawed. He only needs to look in the mirror to see flaws. It is a very serious flaw to believe that Wakefield's paper wasn't flawed, the flaw in that case being major fraud.

The Winnipeg dummy is also very fond of asking for links that have already been given (some many times), so he is either a liar, or he has severe dementia. The latter would explain why he thinks that people would laugh at serious scientific studies, but believe Wakefield.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#28 Sep 16, 2013
What a couple of imbeciles. To truly believe that any study can be flawless, that's a true sign of stupidity.

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