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What the Future of Psychology Looks Like

Neurodiversity, sensitivity, and how the status quo snubs 20–30% of us

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“W“We’d love your help promoting our conference,” the woman said over the phone. “We have some of the biggest names in psychology.” I flip open my laptop to see who she has lined up.




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Jenara Nerenberg

Jenara Nerenberg

Author, Divergent Mind (HarperCollins). Journalist at UC Berkeley & Garrison. Founder, The Neurodiversity Project. divergentlit.com

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