Autism: disruptions in early human social adaptation mechanisms: Ami Klin at TEDxPeachtree by TEDx Talks   7 years ago

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World renowned autism authority Dr. Ami Klin takes a deeper look at autism beyond its widely acknowledged genetic origins. He explores how autism results when the evolutionarily conserved and developmentally early emerging mechanisms of social adaptation, such as the mutually reinforcing
choreography between infant and caregiver, are disrupted.

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