Why do people with autism see faces differently?

The more we learn about autism, the more we can do to help those striken with it. And, the more we can do to combat those who claim that vaccines are the cause of it.

“The evaluation of an individual’s face is a rapid process that influences our future relationship with the individual,” said Baudouin Forgeot d’Arc, lead author of the study. “By studying these judgments, we wanted to better understand how people with ASD use facial features as cues. Do they need more cues to be able to make the same judgment?”