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Baby's Gaze May Signal Autism, a Study Finds
Baby's Gaze May Signal Autism, a Study Finds-In a study published Wednesday, researchers using eye-tracking technology found that children who were found to have autism at age 3 looked less at people’s eyes when they were babies than children who did not develop autism. But contrary to what the researchers expected, the difference was not apparent at birth.
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. -- Since Dylan Johnson was 2 years old, he has had a passion for vacuum cleaners. Dylan, who has autism, was never into "normal" toys, his mother Jodie told WTVR. The middl...
Eye gaze direction indicator v0.2 (CCA, blob tracking, OpenCV)