Eye tracking technology holds promise for earlier autism diagnosis

Clara T. Fryman

What if you could diagnose autism just by wanting at how a kid’s eyes transfer?

When the technologies is not really that easy, an eye monitoring process designed by National Institutes of Health and fitness (NIH)-supported researcher Karen Pierce, Ph.D., and her crew is paving the way for a less difficult, additional affordable resource for earlier diagnosis of autism spectrum condition (ASD).

Dr. Pierce performs at the University of California San Diego’s Autism Centre of Excellence. Her lab gets funding from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Psychological Health and fitness (NIMH).

The screening resource, known as the

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