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Studies in Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Paradox of Conflicting Results

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Studies in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Paradox of Conflicting Results

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    Researchers have been challenged for years by the simultaneous results of numerous studies into brain network connections in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Some results show strong connections, while others suggest the opposite. New research has helped bring some clarity to this ongoing paradox.

    Host Paul Rokuskie is joined by Dr. Benjamin Yerys, a child psychologist in the Center for Autism Research (CAR) at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. They talk about how it’s possible to see conflicting results and, paradoxically, for both to be true.

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    Researchers have been challenged for years by the simultaneous results of numerous studies into brain network connections in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Some results show strong connections, while others suggest the opposite. New research has helped bring some clarity to this ongoing paradox.

    Host Paul Rokuskie is joined by Dr. Benjamin Yerys, a child psychologist in the Center for Autism Research (CAR) at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. They talk about how it’s possible to see conflicting results and, paradoxically, for both to be true.

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Schedule20 Jul 2024