New Study Shows Difference in Boys & Girls with Autism

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New Study Shows Difference in Boys & Girls with Autism

According to a new study from Stanford University School of Medicine, there are some distinct behavioral differences between boys and girls who have autism. This new study suggests that the differences in behavior may be due to brain pathway differences that are distinct to each sex. This new discovery could mean big changes for professionals in the mental health industry, and in the way that autism is treated.

Click here to read more about this new study on psychcentral.com

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