Study links synaesthesia to autism

See on Scoop.itMental Wellbeing

Kevin Friery‘s insight:

Research suggests synaesthesia is nearly three times as common in adults with autism spectrum disorder than in the general population.

The two conditions may share common features such as unusual wiring of the brain, say UK scientists.

See on www.bbc.co.uk

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