Cresse Interviews with CBS19

Cresse Morrell Talks Autism Study on CBS19

November 13, 2013 | Press

Cresse Morrell, Clinical Director for the James C. Hormel School, talked to CBS19′s Loren Thomas about a new study tracking eye gaze in infants. The study showed that children who developed autism looked less at people’s eyes when they were infants than their typically developing peers.

“It’s a really promising and interesting study that’s well done and gives us great results that can help inform us how we can better potentially provide some preventative methods so we can help these children at least gain some better outcomes in the future,” Morrell told CBS19.

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