Though screen time is typically a no-no for toddlers, a new smartphone app supported by the National Institutes of Health could actually have a positive impact on childhood brain development.
The app, which is still in the prototype phase, was shown in an NIH-funded study to be able to accurately distinguish between toddlers with and without autism by analyzing their eye movements while viewing social stimuli.
The study, published in JAMA Pediatrics, was funded by the NIH’s National Institute of…
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