Brain hyper-reactivity to auditory novel targets in children with high-functioning autism.

@article{Gomot2008BrainHT,
  title={Brain hyper-reactivity to auditory novel targets in children with high-functioning autism.},
  author={M. Gomot and Matthew K. Belmonte and Edward T. Bullmore and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric A Bernard and Simon Baron-Cohen},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2008},
  volume={131 Pt 9},
  pages={2479-88}
}
Although communication and social difficulties in autism have received a great deal of research attention, the other key diagnostic feature, extreme repetitive behaviour and unusual narrow interests, has been addressed less often. Also known as 'resistance to change' this may be related to atypical processing of infrequent, novel stimuli. This can be tested at sensory and neural levels. Our aims were to (i) examine auditory novelty detection and its neural basis in children with autism spectrum… CONTINUE READING
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