What Makes Auditory Contact Different in Autism? A new Yale study sheds light on this topic
Individuals with autism may have trouble interpreting social cues or may be unable to understand the meaning of eye contact. They may also find it overwhelming or difficult to make eye contact, which may result in the avoidance of eye contact altogether.Source: list23.com
Confronting Racially Exclusionary Practices in the Acquisition and Analyses of Neuroimaging Data
A new paper by Yale School of Medicine researchers challenges scientists in the global neuroscience community to create a more diverse representation of study participants through improved recruitment and enhanced methodological and analysis practices.
Conscious Accountability in Clinical Work
Read the latest monthly on-line column by YCSC Associate Research Scientist Daryn David, PhD. "On Leadership" addresses the importance of connection, collaboration, and embodying a service leadership mindset for flourishing both professionally and personally.