This Potential Diagnosistic Technique Could Change Everything!

Currently, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is diagnosed by a clinician, who observes the patient’s behavior and developmental history to determine whether he or she may have ASD tendencies.

However, researchers are working on a more objective approach to diagnosing ASD, by measuring brainwaves and comparing them to the classical behavioral and developmental diagnoses.

Watch to see how neuroscientists at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine are using state-of-the-art technology to transform the way that ASD is diagnosed.

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Matthew M. Sullivan holds a bachelor's degree in creative writing from Grand Valley State University, with emphases in fiction and nonfiction. He lives smack-dab between some railroad tracks and Grand Rapids Michigan's third-busiest road, and spends his time studying film and literary fiction.