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Motion studies show promise to increase autonomy in children with autism

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Published on Jul 24, 2013

Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine and Rutgers University have developed a new screening method for diagnosing and tracking autism in children. The technique provides an earlier, more objective and more accurate diagnosis of autism using a digital set-up that works much like a video game system. http://bit.ly/11dUjzV (Video courtesy Rutgers University.)

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