Auditory and visual processing in Williams syndrome.


Williams syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder caused by a deletion on chromosome 7. It is characterized by a range of medical problems in addition to severe impairments in visuospatial processing and oversensitivity to sounds, including hypersensitivity to sounds (hyperacusis) and extreme fear from sounds (phonophobia). In spite of impairments in… (More)


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@article{Zarchi2010AuditoryAV, title={Auditory and visual processing in Williams syndrome.}, author={Omer Zarchi and Josep Attias and Doron Gothelf}, journal={The Israel journal of psychiatry and related sciences}, year={2010}, volume={47 2}, pages={125-31} }