Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital found that no, people with ASD aren’t being rude nor are they distracted. Instead, they are overwhelmed with information.
New studies explain that mutual eye contact between two people affects brain synchronicity.
A new study found that mothers were more likely than fathers to verbally engage their infants and make eye contact.
A new study found that black and Hispanic autistic children are more likely to regress than white autistic children.
Researchers reported that making eye contact with people who disagree with your ideas could lead them to be more resistant to persuasion.
Researchers found that baby chimpanzees, bonobos, and human infants share very similar communicative gestures.