Why people with autism can find it difficult to empathise

Our capacity to feel empathy for the plight of our fellow human beings is partly genetic – and is governed by some of the same genes that lie behind autism, a new study finds.

Researchers have found that around a tenth of our ability to recognise and respond appropriately to

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