Discussion on Twitter this week swirled around the evidence base for autism interventions, a new tool for visualizing cells, and the relationship between attention problems and repetitive movements.
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Moving into the new year, researchers on Twitter talked about motion as a confounder for brain-imaging studies, connections between macaque brain activity and body movements, and the importance of motor-speech research in autism.
This week, scientists on Twitter discussed new functions for autism-linked genes, underpinnings for restricted and repetitive behaviors, and roles for microglia.
This week, Twitter provided a discussion about autism biomarkers, a survey revealing language preferences, and a peek inside the octopus brain.
Three threads on autism-related research snared the attention of neuroscientists on Twitter this week.
This week we’re highlighting the Twitter chatter from the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting, held in San Diego, California, last week.
This week, neuroscientists weighed in on differing brain sizes, Project Vesuvius and a Neuropixels tool.
Representation was the theme of this this week, with a deep discussion on ‘profound autism’ and info about an upcoming conference.
Recent Twitter threads explore a new approach to autism diagnosis, a mysterious genetic region and social determinants of health.
Two threads pose intriguing neuroscience questions; plus a criminal-justice policy brief.