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New test scores emotional weight of parent-child connections

11/17/2016

Evaluating parent-child emotional connection can help identify problems early, so steps can be taken to help families overcome barriers to connection.

Evaluating parent-child emotional connection can help identify problems early, so steps can be taken to help families overcome barriers to connection.

Videos of mothers and their infants interacting with each other may contain clues to autism risk. Unpublished results were presented at the 2016 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in San Diego. Read full article.

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