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February 2018
newscast scene, two men with documents
Features / Special Reports / Where autism and attention deficit meet

Inside Scoop From the Autism Anchors: The attention deficit-autism overlap

14 February 2018

Raphael Bernier and James Mancini describe the similarities and differences between autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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December 2017
Features / Special Reports / 2017: Year in review

Inside Scoop From the Autism Anchors: Year in review

22 December 2017

Our autism anchors, Raphael Bernier and James Mancini, nominate candidates for the hottest topic in autism research in 2017.

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November 2017
human brain illustration
Features / Multimedia

Technology from ‘Harry Potter’ movies brings magic of brain into focus

by  /  15 November 2017

The same techniques that generate images of smoke, clouds and fantastic beasts in movies can render neurons and brain structures in fine-grained detail.

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Neurons called place cells light up when a mouse reaches a specific point along a 25-foot-long track.
News

Wireless Miniscope ties seizures to spatial memory problems

by  /  13 November 2017

A wireless miniature microscope lets researchers peer into the brains of mice as they run along a 25-foot track.

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Features

Inside Scoop From the Autism Anchors: Sleep on the spectrum

by  /  13 November 2017

Two scientists describe the causes and consequences of sleep disruptions in autism — and what to do about them.

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September 2017
Illustration of Protein factories at neuronal junctions
Opinion / Viewpoint

Protein factories at neuronal junctions take center stage in autism

by ,  /  12 September 2017

Some genes linked to autism regulate the production of proteins at neuronal junctions, suggesting that disrupted protein synthesis contributes to the condition.

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June 2017
Features / Special Reports / The genetics of autism

Inside Scoop From the Autism Anchors: Special report on genetics

27 June 2017

Two scientists describe the critical role families have played in advancing research in autism genetics.

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Features

Autism genetics: The movie

by  /  27 June 2017

The secret to understanding autism lies largely in our DNA.

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May 2017
Features / Deep Dive

Autism in motion

by  /  31 May 2017

Children with autism are often clumsy, physically awkward or uncoordinated. This understudied and nearly ubiquitous feature has researchers contemplating a new idea: Could motor problems be one source of autism’s social difficulties?

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February 2017
human brain showing the corpus callosum highlighted
News

Brain’s bridge could yield clues to faulty wiring in autism

by  /  27 February 2017

Decoding distortions in the brain’s largest nerve tract could lay bare basic problems with long-range neural connections in autism.

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