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Imaging Brain Function in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder with Diffuse Optical Tomography

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Abstract

We present a feasibility study on applying diffuse optical tomography to school-aged children with autism. Feasibility is tested via assessments of raw data quality and functional activations to language processing and social-perception paradigms.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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