Brain regions do not communicate efficiently in autists

Brain regions do not communicate efficiently in adults with autism

A novel look at the brains of adults with autism has provided new evidence that various brain regions of people with the developmental disorder may not communicate with each other as efficiently as they do in other people.Over and or under-connectivity between different regions of the brain seems to explain the disjointedness of their communication and impaired language skills .
The findings have certain practical applications .Scientists will now be able to identify the phenotype or the characteristics of autism in a more precise way than now.

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