Neurobiology of Social Processing deficits in Autism: NeuroSPA

Talitha Ford
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a multi-dimensional, life-long condition characterised by social and communication difficulties, and restricted and repetitive behaviours. Despite its enduring nature, existing interventions primarily target children, leaving adolescents and adults without adequate support. Adolescence involves a critical period of brain development, which is associated with increased risk of mental health conditions (e.g., depression, psychosis). For young people with ASD, the combined effect of social difficulties and inadequate support further increases mental health...
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