Eye Tracking Shows Autistic Children Prefer Geometric Patterns

Eye tracking technology has once again proved to be a valuable tool for studying autism in children. The recent study was published last week in the Archives of General Psychiatry. Researchers from the University of California San Diego completed a study in which children between the ages of 14 and 42 months were tested for signs of autism. The team found that toddlers with autism tended to spend more time visually examining a dynamic geometric pattern than a series of social images.

Source: http://eyetrackingupdate.com/2010/09/30/eye-tracking-shows-autistic-children-prefer-geometric-patterns/

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