Can Autism Be Detected in Body Movement? Rutgers Pioneers New Study

Published December 5, 2012 in New Jersey Newsroom

A new method developed in the Rutgers Sensory Motor Integration Lab may reveal the typicality of a child’s development. The technique measures slight fluctuations in body movement and compares them to motion patterns seen in typically developing individuals.

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