Carnegie Mellon University
November 19, 2015

Brains With Autism Adapt Differently During Implicit Learning

Brains With Autism Adapt Differently During Implicit Learning Brains With Autism Adapt Differently During Implicit Learning

CMU scientists have discovered a crucial difference in the way learning occurs in the brains of adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This finding may explain why people with ASD might have difficulty with everyday social interactions, if their learning of implicit social cues has been altered.

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