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  <h1 id="title"><bold>Temple Grandin</bold></h1>
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  <figcaption id="img-caption">"I'm a visiual thinker, not a language-based thinker. My brain is like Google Images" -Temple Grandin
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  <h2 id="timeline">Temple Grandin's Time Line</h2>
  <li><strong>August 29,1947- </strong>born in Boston, Massachusetts to Richard Grain and Eustacia Cutler.</li></h4>
  <li><strong>August 18,1949- </strong>diagnosed with autism at age 2.</li></h4> 
  <li><strong>1951- </strong>speaks at the age of 4.</li></h4> 
  <li><strong>1966- </strong>Completes her schooling from Hampshire Country School.</li></h4> 
 <li><strong>1970- </strong>graduated from Franklin Pierce College with a Bachelors degree in psychology.</li></h4> 
 <li><strong>Dec 18,1975- </strong>Graduates from Arizona State University with a Master's degree in Animal Science.</li></h4>
 <li><strong>1986-</strong>Published her autobiography 'Emergence:Labeled Autistic'</li></h4>
 <li><strong>1989-</strong>Graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a doctoral degree in Animal Science.</li></h4>
 <li><strong>1989-</strong>Started working as a consultant to companies that operated large animal slaughter plants, including McDonalds, Burger King and ConAgra to provide quality food to their consumers.</li></h4>
  <li><strong>2004-</strong> co-author of ‘Developing Talents: Careers for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome and High-Functioning Autism’ .</li></h4>
 <li><strong>2005-</strong>co-author of  ‘Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships’ .</li></h4>
  <li><strong>2005-</strong>Released her research of animal welfare in the New York Times best-selling book ‘Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior’, .</li></h4>
   <li><strong>2009-</strong> co-authored ‘Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals’ with Catherine Johnson,which was included in the best-seller list of New York Times.</li></h4> 
   <li><strong>2010-</strong>Her life story was adapted into an inspiring semi-biographical HBO film ‘Temple Grandin’, featuring Claire Danes in the lead role, which won several Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award.</li></h4>
   <li><strong>20056 and 2011- </strong>She made special appearances in the documentaries ‘Beautiful Minds: A Voyage Into the Brain’ and ‘Ingenious Minds’</li></h4>
   </ul> <li><strong>other appearances-</strong>various TV programs including PrimeTime Live, Larry King Live, Fresh Air with Terry Gross, 48 Hours, Today Show, It’s Your Health, 60 Minutes, and 20/20..</li></h4>
     <li><strong>other features-</strong>numerous international magazines, namely, The New York Times, People magazine, Forbes, Times magazine, Discover magazine, and US News and World Report.</li></h4>
      <li><strong>other notable books-</strong> ‘Thinking in Pictures, and Other Reports from My Life with Autism’ (1995), ‘Genetics and the Behavior of Domestic Animals’ (1998), and ‘The Autistic Brain: Thinking Across the Spectrum’ (2013).</li></h4>
       <li><strong>Major Works-</strong>In order to reduce panic, stress, hesitation and pain experienced by animals upon the sight of a slaughterhouse, she designed a curved corral or circular chute unlike the standard straight chutes, thereby improving plant efficiency. </li></h4>
        <li><strong>other major works-</strong> She advocated the re-location of hogs to less crowded and cooler places to reduce the levels of PSE or ‘pale, soft and exudative’ in pork, eventually lowering the glycogen levels in the muscles and giving a good pH-balanced meat..</li></h4>
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