Areas of the brain involved in processing vision are more weakly connected to those that process sensory information in autistic children than in controls.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
An online map of the marmoset brain may enable researchers to better understand how neuronal connections function.
The long fibers of neurons in the brains of young children with autism are structured differently from those of their neurotypical peers — and from those of older children with the condition.
A new analysis hints at the source of the rampant inconsistency among brain imaging studies in autism: significant differences among study sites.
The mutation that causes Angelman syndrome makes neurons hyperexcitable, which may explain the frequent seizures that most people with the syndrome have.
A new technique lets researchers watch brain circuits as they’re being built, starting from the individual neurons birth.
A new mobile app enhances scientific images by displaying augmented-reality renderings of the complete data over printed figures.
Brain activity patterns in the first year of life may predict autism in infants at high risk for the condition.