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These fundamental predispositions to cultural stimuli are modified in individuals identified as having autism spectrum disorders . A new study released in Biological Psychiatry this full week, from researchers at the Yale University College of Medicine, now reports that 6-month-old infants later diagnosed with autism divert their gaze from facial features when that encounter is speaking. Among the best solutions to examine autism in extremely young infants may be the use of eye-tracking. This technology uses advanced video monitoring and special software program that tracks and 'maps' wherever the eyes were focused and for how long. Related StoriesUse of exergaming can improve physical and mental fitness among children with ASDBET protein family members plays key function in regulation of regular neuronal advancement and functionResearchers receive $13 million NIH grant to build up new stem cell-based assays for studying autism Dr.