Toddlers with autism watch mouths, not eyes

08/6/2008 | Oregonian (Portland), The

While most toddlers focus more on people's eyes, two-year-olds with autism pay far more attention to the mouth, according to Yale Child Study Center research. Those with autism who made occasional eye contact had less severe versions of the disorder while those whose average gaze was less frequent tended to have greater impairments.

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