Damaged Myelin In The Brain Could Be Responsible For Causing Autism, Study Finds
"Myelination could be a problem that ties all of these autism spectrum disorders together."
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Being able to distinguish between relevant sounds and background noise is so important for learning a language. The post Autism Language Problems May Be Exacerbated by Inability to Pick Out the Sound of One’s Own Name appeared first on The Autism Site News. Source: The Autism Site
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