Spectrumnews.org: Missing brain wave may explain language problems in nonverbal autism

Broken wave: Nonverbal children with autism (bottom) show little activity in brain areas that are active in controls (top) when linking objects to their names.

Nonverbal children with autism don’t show the typical wave of brain activity involved in linking objects with their names. This is likely to be one

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