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29 January 2015Comments ( 0 )
A new study may have solved a decade-old debate about whether the brains of people with autism are more or less connected than those of controls: They’re both, depending on where in the brain you look.
28 January 2015Comments ( 0 )
A new tool helps predict whether large DNA duplications and deletions, common among people with autism, are harmful or benign.
27 January 2015Comments ( 0 )
The gender gap in science is strongest in fields that most value innate intelligence — perhaps because of mistaken impressions about the differences in innate intelligence between men and women.
26 January 2015Comments ( 0 )
A new technique allows scientists to turn on the expression of any gene, giving them the unprecedented ability to explore the function of every gene in the human genome.
23 January 2015Comments ( 3 )
Many toddlers with autism display so few abnormal behaviors during short doctor visits that they may evade the diagnostic eye of even expert clinicians.