Gaze mapping: Researchers measured the amount of time children spent looking at eyes (red), mouths (green), bodies (blue) and objects (yellow) when watching scenes from Welcome to the Dollhouse. Children with autism who have different verbal and intellec
Large eye-tracking study highlights diversity of autism
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