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Neurodiversity Reading List: Home

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Neurodiversity denotes a natural variation in cognitive functioning and includes many non-dominant neurotypes such as autism, ADHD/ADD, Dyslexia, OCD, Tourettes and Dyspraxia.

The Library has begun curating a reading list of relevant materials in this area.  The list is not exhaustive or static - we'd like to build it with your contributions, recommendations and comments so let us know your suggestions at


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