Facial Recognition

Brain Activity Related To Processing Faces Is Similar In People With, Without Au

By on November 17, 2005

ScienceDaily.com reports: New brain imaging research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill indicates that when people with autism look at a face, activity in the brain area that responds is similar to that of people without autism. Study suggests that specific behavioral interventions may help people with autism improve their ability to interact socially.

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