Dr. Klin discusses how attention and focus can be used to identify people with autism.
Dr. Klin discusses how eye-tracking can help scientists develop a template of attention that can be used to diagnose children with autism earlier than ever before.
Dr. Klin discusses the difference in attention patterns between typically developing children and those with autism.
One of the earliest uses of the eye-tracking technology, Dr. Klin and Warren Jones, Ph.D., used the device to follow the attention of adults with, and without, autism.
Dr. Klin discusses viewing patterns of adults with autism, and how this same technology could be applied to infants and toddlers.
Avi Gates, an active, independent 3-year-old, does not have autism. But for two years, she was a participant in an autism research study aimed at changing the very nature of the disease. Learn why Avi's parent's chose to participate in autism research.
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