Two-year-olds with autism orient to non-social contingencies rather than biological motion.
Nature. 2009 May 14; 459(7244):257-61
Klin A, Lin DJ, Gorrindo P, Ramsay G, Jones W. Nature. 2009 May 14; 459(7244):257-61
This study shows that, as early as two years old, autistic children pay attention to stimuli that are profoundly different from those engaging other children. Autistic toddlers are captivated by non-social contingencies between movement and sound while non-autistic toddlers orient to biological movements.
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