Research reveals four unique autism categories based on brain function and conduct

A new study by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine has identified four distinct autism subtypes based on brain activity and behavior, offering potential for personalized diagnosis and treatment.   Published in Nature Neuroscience on March 9, the study employed machine learning to analyze neuroimaging data from 299 autistic individuals and 907 neurotypical participants. This analysis […]

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