Scientists say assistive device may help children with autism

10/19/2009 | CNET

Computer scientists in Singapore have developed a portable device they say may help children with autism recognize -- and perhaps respond more effectively to -- facial expressions. The new technology is based on a theoretical component of autism known as "empathizing-systemizing," whereby it is proposed that people with autism may have trouble developing responses to external agents such as others' facial expressions.

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