Study finds social media lacks popularity among students with autism

01/26/2012 | CNET

Children with autism spend little of their free time on social media activities, such as chat or e-mail, according to a Washington University study. However, the researchers found that twice as many teens with autism reported spending "most of his/her time" watching television or videos, when compared with teens without the disorder.

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