Researchers link movement to autism diagnosis

07/24/2013 | Time.com

Researchers at Rutgers University and Indiana University are looking at how differences in the way children with autism process movement can be used to diagnose and treat the neurological disorder. In one study, researchers were able to determine which people, ages 3 to 25, had autism and the severity of the disorder based on the subjects' unintentional movements.

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