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Frontiers in Medical Science Research, 2023, 5(11); doi: 10.25236/FMSR.2023.051106.

True-Pseudo Autism Theory and the Basic Capacities Development (BCD) Training System


Qi Chen1, Jing Gao2, Xiuyi Chen3

Corresponding Author:
Jing Gao

1Taiyuan Queming Children's Rehabilitation Center, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China

2National Center for Mental Health, Beijing, China

3Beijing Huier Health Consulting Co., Ltd., Beijing, China


Autism is widely regarded as an incurable condition by the majority of medical professionals both domestically and internationally, with a minimal likelihood of complete recovery. Achieving self-sufficiency is already considered a commendable achievement for individuals with autism, and most individuals with autism require lifelong rehabilitation training. The True-Pseudo Autism Theory posits that true autism, characterized by congenital intellectual deficits resulting from genetic mutations, is a rare and atypical condition, while the vast majority of individuals with autism exhibit pseudo autism, which arises from gene epigenetic fluctuations leading to imbalances in one or more functions and severe developmental disparities. Among these individuals, there are often highly gifted children who display autistic traits simply because their parents and society fail to understand them and provide inappropriate parenting. The True-Pseudo Autism BCD Training System (Queming Training System) classifies children with pseudo autism into six distinct categories and, through precise training tailored to the root causes of their specific challenges, aims to eliminate these challenges. This approach enables them to regain the ability to acquire knowledge from their surroundings at any time, akin to typically developing children. Only a period of time is required for them to fill the gaps in their previous cognitive and life knowledge, allowing them to achieve complete recovery. When intervention is initiated at around the age of 2 and combined with scientific and appropriate parenting, the vast majority of highly gifted children with pseudo autism often grow up to become highly intelligent individuals.


Autism Spectrum Disorder; True Autism; Pseudo Autism; True-Pseudo Autism Theory; BCD, Queming Training System

Cite This Paper

Qi Chen, Jing Gao, Xiuyi Chen. True-Pseudo Autism Theory and the Basic Capacities Development (BCD) Training System. Frontiers in Medical Science Research (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 11: 40-45. https://doi.org/10.25236/FMSR.2023.051106.


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