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Researchers say autistic toddlers' brain activity appears to be out of sync at a very early stage.
A new study provides valuable insight into the neuropathology of early autism development by imaging the brains of naturally sleeping toddlers.
In a novel imaging study of sleeping toddlers, scientists at the University of California, San Diego Autism Center of Excellence report that a diminished ability of a young brain's hemispheres to "sync" with one another could be a powerful, new biological marker of autism, one that might enable an autism diagnosis at a very young age.
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