The world’s best brains will likely not be among the first in line to become a part of the world-famous Brainiacs, according to an article published in the online edition of the British Journal of Psychiatry.
The article, by researchers from Imperial College London, describes a series of experiments involving six people with autism who were enrolled in a pilot study.
In each case, they were presented with two different images: one featuring the brain of a healthy person and the other depicting a brain of an autistic person.
The first image was of a normal person with normal motor skills, while the second was of an individual with autism with a severe form of the disorder.
The brains of both the patients and the controls were compared to create a map of their brain structure.
This revealed that a large number of the brains in both groups were functionally similar, although there were differences in their anatomy.
These included the presence of neurons and glial cells in the ventral tegmental area (VTA), the nucleus of the amygdala, the dorsal hippocampus and the amygdala-striatum.
The researchers concluded that the brains of the people with severe forms of autism showed the strongest similarity to the brains from controls.
This suggests that the “true” brains of these people are more like those of the controls.
The authors suggest that the apparent similarity could be explained by the fact that autism is a neurological disorder in which the brain can malfunction, leading to abnormal functions.
These abnormal brain functions can also be detected in the brains that show the greatest similarity to normal brains.
This may explain why these individuals show a lack of interest in social interaction and other activities, which may indicate that their brains are less developed than normal.
The findings are important because they offer hope for understanding autism in humans.
This is important because autism is often treated in children, while people with the condition are more likely to develop it later in life.
This research could help scientists to understand autism in adults as well, because the brains we see may be much more developed than the brains children with autism usually have.
This could mean that autism can be treated in the same way as it is for children, without causing severe side effects.
It may also help scientists understand why autism may affect a lot of people in society, as it could lead to problems in a person’s work life.
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