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Groundbreaking study finds children with autism hear and see out of sync

Jan. 15, 2014, 12:50 PM

It’s like a poorly dubbed film – the words heard don’t match up with the video seen. Vanderbilt researchers report (Journal of Neuroscience) that this out-of-sync issue then cascades into additional problems for children with autism spectrum disorder. Reseachers believe this new finding will help develop treatments for children with autism.


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