Parents of children with autism may interpret world differently

07/15/2008 | ScienceDaily

The parents of some children with autism interpret facial expressions more like those with autism than the average person, indicating that their children may inherit altered brain function, according to new neuroscience research. Also, 15 of 42 parents tested were categorized as being socially aloof.

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