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Grandin answered questions from the audience after her presentation.

Temple Grandin, an advocate for people with autism whose life story was the subject of an Emmy Award–winning HBO full-length film, addressed a full house Monday at Cox Auditorium. Two overflow rooms displaying a livestream were also at capacity.

Grandin, who also is an inventor and renowned animal behavior expert, spoke about the importance of hearing from people with different kinds of minds during the third annual Ken and Blaire Mossman Distinguished Lecture in the Alumni Memorial Building.