Kennedy Krieger Institute

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    Infants at risk for autism could benefit from motor training

    Early motor experiences can shape infants’ preferences for objects and faces, new research indicates. The study supports evidence that early motor development and experiences contribute to infants’ understanding of their world and implies that when motor skills are delayed or impaired – as in autism – future social interactions could be negatively impacted. Read More

    Sep 9, 2011