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Did you know that making eye contact can be stressful and very uncomfortable for people in the spectrum?
Studies suggest that avoidance of eye contact is an early indicator of autism spectrum disorder—and it’s not that they’re socially challenged or indifferent like most people think.
By avoiding eye contact, they save themselves from the unpleasant feeling of excessive stimulation due to the overactivation of a particular part of the brain.
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