Spectrumnews.org: Computer tool maps ridges on brain's bumpy surface

Winding path: The crests of the brain’s outer shell are more curved in people with autism (top) than in controls (bottom).

New software charts the crests of the folds that define the brain’s surface, or cerebral cortex, in people with autism1.

The cerebral cortex has distinctive crests and valleys, called

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