Reduced modulation of thalamocortical connectivity during exposure to sensory stimuli in ASD.

Abstract

Recent evidence for abnormal thalamic connectivity in autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and sensory processing disorders suggests the thalamus may play a role in sensory over-responsivity (SOR), an extreme negative response to sensory stimuli, which is common in ASD. However, there is yet little understanding of changes in thalamic connectivity during… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/aur.1726

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@article{Green2017ReducedMO, title={Reduced modulation of thalamocortical connectivity during exposure to sensory stimuli in ASD.}, author={Shulamite A Green and Leanna M. Hernandez and Susan Y. Bookheimer and Mirella Dapretto}, journal={Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research}, year={2017}, volume={10 5}, pages={801-809} }