Video: In Depth
Eye-tracking trial seeks signs of autism in babies (3:15)
Dec. 10 - Researchers at Emory University are using eye-tracking technology to screen babies for signs of autism in the first months of their lives. The scientists are measuring the infants' ability to respond to social cues and they're reporting results that could change the way autism is diagnosed and treated. Ben Gruber has more. ( Transcript )
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