Autism: The ReasonWhy Young Children Fails To Give Eye Contact

A new study tries to find the reasons on why autistic children can hardly perform eye contact on other people, for reduced eye contact is the renowned symptom used in early test and diagnostics.

Jennifer Moriuchi, an Emory University graduate, said that conducting a study is significant because every people has differing views and opinions about autism Every person has a different understanding on the basis of being autistic in the brain. And by having various reasons and interpretations on these bases, people can now formulate treatments in the way of drugs and social mediations. When the grounds are proven right, then the people can be assured that they are finding the solutions to the real problems according to Futurity.

There have been two illustrations introduced on why autism reduces eye contact. The first explains that an autistic child avoids looking at others eyes because they will feel anxious and stressed. The second one proposes that a toddler with this kind of disease can hardly look in other people's eye because they just find it useless or not necessary.

Different labels present the importance of eye contact in the social aspects, a child that has autism can easily gaze in the eyes of other kids without the disease than having an eye contact with other people

Autism even in some mature individuals and grown up children when looking in the eye of other people gives them a feeling of uneasiness. Foremost findings are conducted to find a better understanding on why autism lowers the tendency of affected children to practice eye contact.

Warren Jones said that when a child has autism, the social happenings in their surrounding confuse them. This study aims to point out the actual reason for this as soon, because as time goes by and the children will become adults, they will find social signals even hard to infer.

According to Autism Speaks blog post, for an autistic person, they just find looking into others eyes very stressful especially when someone significant like parents or teachers oblige them to use eye contact when talking to somebody. In some situations, they find difficulties or discomfort when communicating with others.

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