A new way to diagnose autism - Ami Klin
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Researches attribute autism to genetics and environmental factors, but autism has no single, known cause.
Temple Grandin, diagnosed with autism as a child, gives us a firsthand account about how her mind works in the TED Talk, The world needs all kinds of minds.
Ami Klin is an award-winning autism spectrum disorder researcher, most notably involved with advances in early diagnosis of autism. In this interview, he describes his research on high-risk siblings and eye-tracking.
Ami Klin gives a lecture at Yale about autism’s impact on foundational social adaptive skills.
We now know that autism can be diagnosed much earlier than previously thought. What effect can early treatment have?
Here are some more autism resources.
Online dating can be a great way to meet new people and potential romantic partners. However, it can also bring potential harms. Checkout this guide on Online dating and ASD.
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