From Scepticism About Autism to Capital-S Skepticism

Eran Segev

On Thursday, 13 May 2010

Time: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Place: Lecture theatre, Innovations Building, Eggleston Rd, ANU

Free admission

No need to book but note that the theatre seats 106.

Various groups with a variety of agendas have all kinds of ideas about autism. Looking at their claims can be one step towards active skepticism.

Eran Segev is a father of 3 boys, an IT consultant, and the President of Australian Skeptics Inc (Sydney Skeptics).

About the Sydney Skeptics
The Australian Skeptics (Sydney) publish a quarterly magazine named the Skeptic with many subscribers across Australia and the world, including of course in Canberra. Since 1981, the Skeptic has reported on and reviewed issues ranging from aliens to cryptozoology, and it even had an article on electroencephaloneuromentimpography.