A quarterly publication of the Autism Research Institute

The Autism Research Review International is quarterly publication of the Autism Research Institute

Number 3, Volume 32

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Number 3, Volume 32

Medical marijuana may significantly improve ASD symptoms

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Number 3, Volume 32

Gene linked to subtype of autism affects cells that insulate axons in the CNS

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Number 3, Volume 32

Fathers’ antidepressant use during conception is not associated with ASD

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Number 3, Volume 32

Study supports accuracy of metabolite test for ASD

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Number 3, Volume 32

For individuals with ASD, spotting lies is more challenging

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Drivers with ASD are as good as neurotypical drivers, but need more time to master basic skills

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Differences seen in social reward pathway in ASD

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Babies’ early responses to peek-a-boo, other social stimuli may point to later ASD diagnosis

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Number 3, Volume 32

Editorial — The National Prevalence Rate of Autism: Is 1 in 59 a Reasonable Estimate?

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