'Faulty' Brain Connections May Be Responsible For Social Impairments In Autism

Thursday, June 12, 2008 - 13:21 in Psychology & Sociology

The brains of adults with autism are "wired" differently from people without the disorder and this abnormal pattern of connectivity may be responsible for the social impairments that are characteristic of autism.

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