Eyes aversion reconsidered: Kids with autism may prefer Lip-Sync.
Posted Mar 31 2009 11:40pm
Last week I discussed a study showing that kids with low functioning autism identify noses better when these are presented upside down than when presented upright. In the context of that study, the authors suggested that these kids have an aversion to examining eyes directly and tend to focus on parts of the face away from the eyes.This week a group of researchers from Yale University published a
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