Network inefficiencies in autism spectrum disorder at 24 months

@inproceedings{Lewis2014NetworkII,
  title={Network inefficiencies in autism spectrum disorder at 24 months},
  author={John D. Lewis and Alan C. Evans and John R. Pruett and Kelly N. Botteron and Lonnie Zwaigenbaum and Annette M Estes and Guido Gerig and Louis Collins and Penelope Kostopoulos and Robert C. McKinstry and Stephen R Dager and Sarah Paterson and Robert T Schultz and M. A. Styner and Heather Cody Hazlett and Joseph Piven},
  booktitle={Translational Psychiatry},
  year={2014}
}
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder defined by behavioral symptoms that emerge during the first years of life. Associated with these symptoms are differences in the structure of a wide array of brain regions, and in the connectivity between these regions. However, the use of cohorts with large age variability and participants past the generally recognized age of onset of the defining behaviors means that many of the reported abnormalities may be a result of cascade… CONTINUE READING
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