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Contact: Dana Mortensen
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Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Atypical Brain Circuits May Cause Slower Gaze Shifting in Infants Who Later Develop Autism

Caption: The splenium of the corpus callosum is the white matter fiber bundle that supports visual orienting in typically developing infants and may be implicated in the early development of autism spectrum disorders.

Credit: Jason Wolff, Ph.D., UNC

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