A book chapter by Dr. Sato et al. has been published.

A book chapter by Dr. Sato et al. has been published.
In this study, the researchers proposed that weak activity and connectivity may underlie social atypicality in autism.
Details are as follows.

Sato, W., Uono, S., & Kochiyama, T. (Chapter; 2022).
Neurocognitive mechanisms underlying social atypicalities in autism: Weak amygdala’s emotional modulation hypothesis.
In Halayem, S., Amado, I. R., Bouden, A., & Leventhal, B. (eds.).
Advances in social cognition assessment and intervention in autism spectrum disorder.
Frontiers Media SA: Lausanne.

https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/13572/pdf

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