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New Clue to Autism Found Inside Brain Cells

Problems with memory formation, social interactions and higher level thinking in people with autism may be partially attributed to the activity of receptors in the brain, a new study suggests.
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Social Feedback Loop Aids Language Development

A social feedback loop is created when verbal interactions take place between parent and child. This loop is important for language development, but is experienced less frequently and is diminished in strength for children with Autism.
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Focusing on Faces

The neurons in the amygdala of ASD patients have reduced sensitivity to the eye region of other people's faces, a new study reports.