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In autism study, it’s all about the eyes

In autism study, it’s all about the eyes

Watching subjects watch a film, researchers gain insight into social perception by people with autism.

When Yale scientists wanted to find out what people with autism looked at, they turned for help to Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The investigators used brief clips from the 1966 movie Who’s...

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Busing and better housing are found to have an impact on pedestrian safety

Busing and better housing are found to have an impact on pedestrian safety

Analyzing New Haven accident statistics during a seven-year period, a Yale team has found that interventions by city officials helped keep children safe, even though some of those measures never had...

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Et Cetera

A step against smallpox

Travels abroad led James L. Hadler, M.D., M.P.H. ’82, to seek inoculations against smallpox at least four times before...

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New approach to ovarian cancer

The School of Medicine has joined in an international study of a new drug, phenoxodiol, that unblocks receptors needed...

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