The brains of high functioning autistic individuals do not synchronize with those of others☆

@inproceedings{Salmi2013TheBO,
  title={The brains of high functioning autistic individuals do not synchronize with those of others☆},
  author={Juha Salmi and Ulrika Roine and Enrico Glerean and Juha M. Lahnakoski and Taina S Nieminen-von Wendt and Pekka Tani and Sami J Lepp{\"a}m{\"a}ki and Lauri Nummenmaa and I P J{\"a}{\"a}skel{\"a}inen and Synn{\"o}ve Carlson and Pertti Rintahaka and Mikko Sams},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2013}
}
Multifaceted and idiosyncratic aberrancies in social cognition characterize autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). To advance understanding of underlying neural mechanisms, we measured brain hemodynamic activity with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in individuals with ASD and matched-pair neurotypical (NT) controls while they were viewing a feature film portraying social interactions. Pearson's correlation coefficient was used as a measure of voxelwise similarity of brain activity… CONTINUE READING