Cognition and behavior: Brain symmetry atypical in autism — SFARI.org – Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative


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Dr. Pat McGuire‘s insight:

The studies of the brains of individuals in the autism spectrum compared to those without autism are fascinating.  The hard part, however, is that those with autism tend to use language to try to process life since that is what the rest of us do, but they struggle so much with it that they become overwhelmed very  easily. This is why linking visuals with language is so important.

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