Autism alters how kids sense motion

HOW a new action feels is more important than how it looks for children with autism. This could be why they find imitation tough. Reza Shadmehr and colleagues at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, trained children with and without autism to “catch” a virtual animal using a cursor controlled by a robotic arm. The arm resisted movement in certain directions,
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