Sensory integration problematic in autistic kids

New research from Vanderbilt University, published in The Journal of Neuroscience and reported in both Psych Central and HealthDay, suggests that sights and sounds get mixed up in children with autism which helps explain their inability to absorb and process spoken messages.


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