Autistic toddlers prefer to look at geometric patterns

09/7/2010 | HealthDay News

A study involving two video screens found toddlers with autism are more likely to look at the screen playing geometric patterns while their peers without the disorder are more likely to watch the screen showing a video of other children. The study found all of the children who had the strongest preference for watching the geometric patterns were diagnosed with autism.

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