Sunday, October 21, 2012

Kids With Autism Find It Hard to Describe Poor Behavior, Study Finds

It's difficult for children with autism to recognize improper social behavior and, even if they do, they are often unable to use spoken language to explain why the behavior was inappropriate, a small new study reveals. The findings from brain scans of children with autism support the results of previous behavior studies that reached similar conclusions about language impairment in children with autism, the researchers said.

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