Autistic children process sensory input differently from others, displaying a remarkable sensitivity to external stimuli such as light, sound, taste, smell, texture, or color. Children with autism often are overly particular about the color of their clothing or refuse foods of a particular texture or taste. While all children can be adamant about their preferences, those with autism often become excessively fixated.
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