Infants’ superior perception linked to later autism symptoms

11 junio 2015

People with autism are often described as ‘seeing the world differently.’ They tend to show superior perception for details, like, for example, the autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire’s highly accurate representations of cityscapes drawn from memory. Now, researchers show that those differences in perceptual skill are present very early in infancy, before the onset of clinical symptoms of autism.
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