Unraveling Autism Spectrum Disorder Mechanisms Through Rigid-Autonomous Phase Sequences
[Souce: Medical XPress]
A recent study delves into the behavioral complexities of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by introducing the rigid-autonomous phase sequence (RAPS) formation concept. RAPS may be responsible for the cognitive, sensory-motor, and memory-related challenges faced by individuals with ASD. By uniting these insights under a single theoretical framework, this research paves the way for innovative treatments, promising a brighter future for those with ASD.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex neuropsychiatric condition marked by diverse cognitive and sensorimotor challenges, difficulties with social communication, and distinct behavioral patterns. While genetic factors are known to play a role, the intricate mechanisms driving this condition remain elusive. Moreover, a unified and comprehensive theoretical framework that can explain behavioral abnormalities associated with ASD is lacking.
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