An Updated Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory) & a Demand Avoidance Phenomenon discussion.
Woods, R. (2019). An Updated Interest Based Account (Monotropism theory) & a Demand Avoidance Phenomenon discussion. Disability Research Forum. Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus. Charles Street Building, Room 12.2.19 (This is on the second floor), Howard Street, S1 1WB 12 Dec 2019
This talk explores recent literature on monotropism theory to explain Demand Avoidance Phenomenon (DAP). Previous DAP theory focuses on role of anxiety in producing a need for control that is suggested leads to demand avoidance. However, we provide an alternative view by situating in critical DAP scholarship, highlighting the uncertainty around the DAP construct. Utilising the work of Beardon (2017) to develop monotropism to elucidate how anxiety acts in autism & thus, DAP. Monotropism theory clarifies the nature DAP phenotype behaviour from a non-pathologising perspective, bringing DAP theory in line with common views of autistic persons. The theory adds to the epistemic integrity of DAP research & assist in closing the theory-to-research-to-practice gap. Consequently, generating accurate interpretations that can allow for use of suitable strategies. I have updated the slides and reduced the number of sides compared to the original talk. Additionally, I have added some more material to expand on some points. Disclaimer, Monotropism autism theory, is Dinah Murray's theory, not my own. I have logically progressed the theory.
|Keywords||Pathological Demand Avoidance.|
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|12 Apr 2019|
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|Deposited||12 Nov 2020|
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