The brainstem controls such disparate functions as breathing, sensation and sleep — all of which can be altered in autism.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Tag: brain imaging
A new atlas lays bare how synapses, or the junctions between neurons, change from birth to old age in mice.
The amygdala has long been a focus of autism research. But its exact role in the condition has been unclear.
Autistic girls’ brains respond more strongly to social stimuli than do autistic boys’.
Children with autism are more likely than typical children to have had problems falling asleep as infants, and to have shown brain overgrowth.
A new method for electroencephalography source localization can noninvasively identify brain networks involved in generating seizures in people with epilepsy.