Study of How We Look at Faces May Offer Insight Into Autism

Published July 18, 2017

How we look at other people’s faces is strongly influenced by our genes, scientists have found in new research that may be especially important for understanding autism because it suggests that people are born with neurological differences that affect how they develop socially.  Read more here:  https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/12/health/autism-faces-genes-brain-development.html

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