Autism Behaviors Are Different For Boys And Girls, Study Finds – Headlines & Global News


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Autism Behaviors Are Different For Boys And Girls, Study Finds
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A new study suggests that boys are three times more likely to display repetitive and restricted behaviors compared to girls. By Julie Sabino julie.s@hngn.com Sep 06, 2015 05:17 PM EDT. Autism. A new study suggests that boys are three times more
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