Brain Mechanisms for Processing Affective (and Nonaffective) Touch Are Atypical in Autism.

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@article{Kaiser2016BrainMF, title={Brain Mechanisms for Processing Affective (and Nonaffective) Touch Are Atypical in Autism.}, author={M. D. Kaiser and Daniel Y. J. Yang and Avery C. Voos and Randi H. Bennett and Ilanit Gordon and Charlotte M. Pretzsch and Danielle Beam and Cara M. Keifer and Jeffrey Eilbott and Francis P Mcglone and Kevin A. Pelphrey}, journal={Cerebral cortex}, year={2016}, volume={26 6}, pages={2705-14} }