Infants Facial Recognition Could Help Detect Autism
Good Morning America featured a story on December 4, 2009 that was both interesting and fascinating.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital in Boston as well as scientists from Harvard University are hoping that the ability of infants to read facial expressions could prove to be an early indication of individuals with autism.
This new research studies the brain activity of infants when they look at certain facial expressions, including images of their own mother.
You can watch the full episode HERE