Behavioral traits in kids can predict autism

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A recent study by Canadian researchers has revealed that certain behavioral traits in infants, some as young as 12 months can predict whether a child will develop autism in later life.

The study, which appears in the International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, states that certain traits like not smiling in response to the smiles of others or not responding when one’s name is called are some of the indications that can tell whether a child will develop autism later in life.
Behavioral traits in kids can predict autism
Washington | April 30, 2005 3:21:25 PM IST

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