Brain Wired Differently in Those With Autism, King's College London Study

Published: Jul 23, 2013

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The way the gray matter in the brain is wired appears to be different in people with autism, new research shows. Specifically, those with the disorder are more likely to have enhanced connections in the brain that are associated with common autism symptoms, such as narrow interests and repetitive behaviors, the scientists reported.

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