Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: When Mom Talks, Are Infants With ASD Listening?

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This shows a mom holding her child's hand on a walkInfants and toddlers on the autism spectrum who showed the poorest neural responses to motherese, or baby-talk by parents, also displayed the most severe social symptoms, poorest language outcomes, and greatest impairments in behavioral preference and attention toward motherese. Conversely, neurotypical children showed stronger neural responses and affinity to motherese.