The Ballooning Brain: Defective Genes May Explain Uncontrolled Brain Growth in Autism: Scientific American

Autistic children's brains may grow too big, too soon. A new study links this unusual growth to abnormal gene activity that fails to prune unnecessary neural connections. Autistic children's brains may grow too big, too soon. A new study links this unusual growth to abnormal gene activity that fails to prune unnecessary neural connections
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