Neuroanatomical differences in brain areas implicated in perceptual and other core features of autism revealed by cortical thickness analysis and voxel-based morphometry.

@article{Hyde2010NeuroanatomicalDI,
  title={Neuroanatomical differences in brain areas implicated in perceptual and other core features of autism revealed by cortical thickness analysis and voxel-based morphometry.},
  author={Krista Hyde and Fabienne Samson and Alan C. Evans and Laurent Mottron},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2010},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={556-66}
}
Autism spectrum disorder is a complex neurodevelopmental variant thought to affect 1 in 166 [Fombonne (2003): J Autism Dev Disord 33:365-382]. Individuals with autism demonstrate atypical social interaction, communication, and repetitive behaviors, but can also present enhanced abilities, particularly in auditory and visual perception and nonverbal reasoning. Structural brain differences have been reported in autism, in terms of increased total brain volume (particularly in young children with… CONTINUE READING
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