MRIs link impaired brain activity to inability to regulate emotions in autism

Researchers from the UNC School of Medicine have found that — when it comes to the ability to regulate emotions – brain activity in autistic people is significantly different than is brain activity in people without autism. Using fMRI, the researchers showed that symptoms including tantrums, irritability, anxiety, and depression seem to have a biological, mechanistic basis. —> Read More Here


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