Clue to autism revealed

The Davis Enterprise reports

Researchers at the UC Davis MIND Institute have found that the areas of the brain responsible for emotion and memory are abnormally large in boys with autism.

“Our data is consistent with an emerging view in autism that at least in some children with autism, parts of the brain are too big, too early,” said David Amaral, research director at the MIND Institute and principal investigator on the study.

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