The way children view both social and nonsocial situations may be determined at least in part by their genes.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Tag: eye contact
Adults on the spectrum explain the problem with eye contact, experts offer tips for students with autism considering college, and men with autism respond differently to the “smell of fear.”
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Artist Leironica Hawkins feels comfortable making eye contact with only some people.
The reasons some people with autism don’t make eye contact may differ between childhood and adulthood.
Assessing social ability in adults with autism requires controlled tests involving real-time social interactions. Virtual reality makes this possible.
A camera embedded in a pair of eyeglasses can reliably gauge a child’s tendency to look another person in the eye.