In a small but promising study, researchers were able to predict which human subjects had an autism spectrum disorder and which did not following three different measures of the brain.

Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) and Auburn University conducted medical imaging exams of 19 high-functioning adults with ASD and 18 typically developing peers, who were matched for age and intelligence, according to results distributed by the university and published in the journal Cortex.

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