Spectrumnews.org: Face processing may improve over time in children with autism

Clear clues: A specific area of the brain responds to facial expressions such as fear.

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The activity of the brain’s face detector, the fusiform gyrus, in response to faces is greater in adolescents with autism than it is in younger children with the condition. Researchers presented the unpublished

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