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Asked by cccaaazzzaaa to Peter on 30 Aug 2013.
Great question! It’s probably to do with how their brain is “wired” — there’s some research showing that connections between different regions of the brain are poorer than they should be, but that connections with smaller regions of the brain might be better connected. This could explain it, because social skills require lots of different brain regions talking to one another, whereas some of the other specialised skills might rely on fewer regions.
So does that mean that any child could get autism
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I would think autism is a (correct me if I’m wrong) malformation of the brain, so I would think any child being born could get autism. I don’t think you could not have it one day and have it the next. But I may be wrong.
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