Gender differences in behaviour/brain structure found in autistic kids

A new study from Stanford University Medical School, reported in CBS News, has found that boys and girls with autism demonstrate different behaviour patterns and in brain structure.  The differences are important to note both in terms of diagnosis and also in terms of intervention.

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