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New study shows how autism can be measured through a non-verbal marker

07:37 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | Science Daily

Researchers have identified a non-verbal, neural marker of autism. This marker shows that individuals with autism are slower to dampen neural activity in response to visual signals in the brain. This first-of-its kind marker was found to be independent of intelligence and offers an objective way to potentially diagnose autism in the future.

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