A dearth of insulation around neuronal projections may explain why some parts of the cerebral cortex can appear thicker in brain scans of autistic people, according to a new study by ACAR member...
Latest research by ACAR member Boris Bernhardt and colleagues reveals interactions between the subcortical and cortical regions of the brain differ between autistic and non-autistic people
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The Azrieli Centre for Autism Research (ACAR) is a state-of-the-art research centre that transforms research, training and care to improve quality of life for autistic people and their families.
Autism is a complex multifaceted group of conditions, described by the umbrella term autism spectrum disorder....
ACAR member Aparna Nadig and colleagues determine the "active ingredients" in music-based interventions that produce positive outcomes in autism
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