Automated electronic notifications can help clinics screen more children for autism, according to a new study.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
In this week’s community newsletter, we discuss the pathways theory of mind activates and a statistical tool to use fewer control animals.
Spectrum spoke with three Black scientists about why they got into autism research, what keeps them excited about their work and how the field could become more diverse.
In this week’s community newsletter, we cover another camouflaging paper and discuss why phenotypes are important in genetics work.
Community newsletter: Anorexia services for autistic women, camouflaging and mental health, INSAR goes virtual again
In this week’s community newsletter, we discuss a paper that looked at what autistic women with eating disorders say about services offered to them.
In this recorded interview, Maria Chahrour and Leah Seyoum-Tesfa talk about how they work closely with immigrant communities to increase diversity in genetic studies of autism.
In this week’s community newsletter, we discuss a new paper on cognitive and behavioral flexibility and why it’s important during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this week’s community newsletter, we talk about a new paper on camouflaging and a thorough human epigenome.
In this week’s community newsletter, read about how Spectrum prompted a literature review, and using Xenopus tropicalis frogs to study autism genes.
Twitter had a lot to say about a study suggesting that autistic drivers have similar or even slightly lower rates of vehicle crashes.