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Slower to React: Comprehension and Slower Brain Reaction To Sounds In Autistic Children

Posted Dec 01 2008 10:21am
A study conducted by Timothy Roberts and the Department of Radiology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, using a technique known as MEG, or magnetoencephalography, has found that the brains of autistic children react a fraction of a second slower to sounds that the brains of non-autistic children. This finding may explain communication and comprehension problems associated with autism. It
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