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People with autism spectrum disorder show neural responses of anxiety on seeing social touch

06:34 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | Science Daily

People with strong signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) show neural signs of anxiety when they see social touch and report unpleasant feelings about social touch by comparison to people with weak signs of ASD.

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