The social interactions of dyssemic adults tend to be immature and complex, even though their non-relational reasoning ranges.
Emory psychology professors Marshall Duke and Steve Nowicki Jr. give hope to socially awkward adults with the release of their new book "Will I Ever Fit In? Duke and Nowicki, clinical psychologists and nonverbal communication experts, have developed a proactive program to help.
Dyssemia is a term coined by psychologists Marshall Duke and Stephen There is presently little research on adults with dyssemia/NLD compared to the.
Will I Ever Fit In?: The Breakthrough Program for Conquering Adult Dyssemia Hardcover – March 5, by Stephen Nowicki, Jr. (Author), Marshall Duke.
The Dyssemia Rating Scale (DRS) – School Screening. Dyssemia is a term used to refer to a nonverbal social communication deficit (Nowicki and Duke, ).