Ami Klin:
A new way to diagnose autism

TEDxPeachtree · 19:44 · Filmed Sep 2011
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Early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder can improve the lives of everyone affected, but the complex network of causes make it incredibly difficult to predict. At TEDxPeachtree, Ami Klin describes a new early detection method that uses eye-tracking technologies to gauge babies' social engagement skills and reliably measure their risk of developing autism.

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Ami Klin is an award winning autism spectrum disorder researcher finding new avenues for early diagnosis. Full bio
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