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Despite the characterization of
social and communication deficits defining autism spectrum disorder
(ASD), the earliest signs of atypical neurodevelopment are behavioral
differences in attention, movement and responses to sensory stimuli.
group uses EEG, eye-tracking, motion capture and behavioral testing to
study attention, sensory processing and motor function in autism.
believe studying these foundational aspects of neurodevelopment will
help us better understand ASD in older children and, importantly lead to
the design of novel and more effective interventions.
We work in
conjunction with UCSD's Power of NeuroGaming Center (PoNG) to develop
technology for the assessment and training of attention, movement, and
cognition in autism, ADHD, older adult, and typically developing
UCSD Research on Autism and Development Atkinson Hall - UC San Diego La Jolla, CA 92093
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