Siblings of teens with autism exhibit lower emotional sensitivity

07/14/2011 | United Press International

Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, British researchers found that siblings of teens with autism also exhibited lower activities in several brain parts, including those involved in empathy, understanding emotions and processing facial expressions, compared with teens who had no family history of autism. The study is published in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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