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Animals May Increase Social Behavior

Submitted by on 03/11/2013 – 1:35 amNo Comment

In a recent study researchers found that children with autism were more likely to to talk, look at faces, and touch their peers when animals rather than toys were present. The researchers also found that the children displayed more prosocial behaviors and positive emotions in the presence of animals. Read More…

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