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Brain research and autism - | autism | Asperger syndrome |

Brain research and autism - | autism | Asperger syndrome | | The Science of Autism | Scoop.it
Brain research helps us to understand how different people's brains work. Read about the various types of brain research that are being carried out to help us to find out more about autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
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There are many studies showing all the variations in the brain of a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Scientists have completed man studies using many different types of scan to show these variations.

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My Name Is David - YouTube

My Name is David is an animated short film from one of the animators of Robot Chicken, Matt Manning, that depicts a young student's speech to his fellow clas...
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An animation of a child with Autism and how his brain works. Autism is not curable and will always be seen in the mind of someone who has it.

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Brains of kids with autism are "noisier" than typical brains, CWRU imaging ... - The Plain Dealer

Brains of kids with autism are "noisier" than typical brains, CWRU imaging ... - The Plain Dealer | The Science of Autism | Scoop.it
Brains of kids with autism are "noisier" than typical brains, CWRU imaging ...
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A study found more neuronal activity in the brain of a child with Autism rather than a normally developed brain.

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Study Offers a Clue in Autism's Gender Divide - Newsweek

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Study Offers a Clue in Autism's Gender Divide
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One of the great mysteries of autism is why many more boys are diagnosed with the disorder than girls. In the United States, 80 percent of people with autism spectrum disorder are male.
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The gender divide in Autism diagnoses can be due to many things. Girls may be overlooked because of societal ideas or maybe it is the amount of mutations in the brain between genders.

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Video: What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Video: What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder? | The Science of Autism | Scoop.it
Ask the Experts video offers top line information on Autism Spectrum Disorder. Learn about the core features of ASD in this insightful video.
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Covers the whole Autism Spectrum and makes it very clear on what everything on it.

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Einstein On: Autism, Dr. John Foxe

http://www.einstein.yu.edu - John Foxe, Ph.D., discusses the latest trends in autism research, theories and treatment including his own findings on why child...
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There are many areas of scientific studies going on to help the diagnoses and treatments of Autism Spectrum Disorders including: environmental factors when in the womb, genetic mutations, and the abnormal growing of the brain.

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What's new in autism spectrum disorder? Harvard Review of Psychiatry presents research update

What's new in autism spectrum disorder?  Harvard Review of Psychiatry presents research update | The Science of Autism | Scoop.it
Recent years have seen exciting progress in key areas of research on autism spectrum disorders (ASD): from possible genetic causes, to effective treatments for common symptoms and clinical problems, to promoting success for young people with ASD entering college. Updates on these and other advances in ASD research are presented in the March special issue of Harvard Review of Psychiatry. The journal is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a part of Wolters Kluwer Health.
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ASD is beginning to be thought of to be involved with many illnesses including GI problems and obesity. 

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