London university conducts a new autism study

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London university conducts a new autism study

A new study by scientists at University College London has found that those on the autistic spectrum are able to take in more sounds at any given moment than non-autistic people.

Dr Anna Remington authored the report and joined Luke Blackall to explain more about the study. 

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