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Autism Early Detection and Prevention: Dr. Susan Bookheimer

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“What we know about autism is that the earlier the intervention, the better the outcome,” says Dr. Susan Bookheimer, Director of the Staglin/One Mind Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at UCLA. This month on Brain Waves she explains how her autism prevention program works with infants from six weeks of age to detect early warning signs and build social learning skills in children at risk.

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