Friday, August 16, 2013

Autistic Kids Who Thrive in Math Show Different Brain Patterns

Such a fascinating study. Definitely worth a read.
Stanford researchers have unearthed clues about the formidable brains of some autistic children, suggesting that the diagnosis may signal a different cognitive style, not disability.
Superior math skills were found in autistic Bay Area children with average intelligence compared with matched children who were not autistic.

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