Mikle South spends his days teaching classes, studying the relationship between anxiety and autism, and coping with living in a conservative state.
A new magnetic resonance imaging machine has the power to reveal the brain’s structure and activity at unprecedented resolution.
Watch the complete replay of Christine Wu Nordahl discussing new ways to expand participation in autism brain-imaging studies.
A newly expanded database of information from people in the United Kingdom provides a detailed picture of genetic diversity.
‘Registered reports’ — a type of paper in which experimental protocols are reviewed before the study begins — may make neuroscience studies more rigorous and reproducible.
Autistic children aged 2 to 4 have about 15 percent more fluid between their skull and their brain than their typical peers do.
Analyzing large numbers of autism mice, researchers have found that the mice cluster into subtypes based on brain structure and functional connectivity.
The brains of children with autism fold differently than those of typical peers, but the exact differences depend on location and age.