Kids With Autism May Find Human Voice Unpleasant, Stanford University Study
6/19/2013 8:00:47 AM
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A new brain-imaging study could help explain why children with autism have difficulty with verbal communication: They may not get much pleasure from the human voice. Researchers found that those with the disorder showed weaker connections between the brain's voice-processing areas and its "reward" centers compared to those without.
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