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Special Report: Connectivity

The connectivity theory of autism, which is among the more popular hypotheses to explain the disorder, holds that the brains of people with autism have altered connectivity between different regions. For this special report, we commissioned a series of expert-written pieces to examine some of the seemingly contradictory ideas surrounding this hypothesis. Read the full introduction to the special report »