Infants at risk for #autism rely on more information from the head when following gaze, study finds

Originally posted 2016-08-03 08:35:22.

Infants at risk for autism rely on more information from the head when following gaze, according to a study published this January in Molecular Autism. The study highlights early disruptions to joint attention and provides the potential for identifying early signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) development.

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