Watch the complete replay of our roundtable on camouflaging in autism.
Autism’s core symptoms accompany a constellation of subtle signs that scientists are just beginning to unmask.
Adults with autism tend to have a different set of psychiatric conditions than do those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
About half of boys and men with fragile X syndrome injure themselves — and continue to do so for years.
Autistic women show unusually strong connections, and autistic men unusually weak ones, between two brain regions.
Mice colonized with gut microbes from some autistic boys show behaviors like those of the boys.
Autistic infants who are enrolled in long-term studies may go on to have milder autism traits and better life skills than other children with the condition.
Many young autistic people with signs of emerging psychosis go without appropriate care.
The ability to learn from social experiences wanes by adulthood, at least in mice — but the recreational drug ecstasy may bring it back.