Babies show early behavioral signs of autism:

05/5/2009 | TIME (subscription required)

Fourteen- to 18-month-old toddlers who are later diagnosed with autism already show behavioral differences in the way they observe and interact with others, according to researchers. "The average age of first concern is 17 months, though a diagnosis isn't typically made until age 3," said psychologist Wendy Stone, director of Vanderbilt University's Treatment and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders. "That's a long time to be concerned and not know what to do."

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