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Scientists at Durham University are undertaking ground-breaking research using baby volunteers to see how autism develops. The tests will tell scientists how babies learn from seeing other people do things.
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An EEG on a baby can’t reasonably be considered non-invasive.
Hey, data about how reciprocal communication develops is awesome, especially when it’s gathered in a non-invasive way....