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The mission of the ARC is to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and develop new and validated methods for assessment and intervention. The ARC fosters collaboration between scientists in Cambridge University and outside, to accelerate this mission.


Recent ARC Press Releases

Levels of autism in China similar to the West, joint Chinese-UK study shows

Excerpt: The first large-scale study of autism in China has revealed that around one in a hundred people in China has an autism spectrum condition – the same figure as found in the West.


Recent ARC Publications

A Machine Learning Approach to Reveal the Neuro-Phenotypes of Autisms

Juan M. Gorriz, Javier Ramirez, F. Segovia, Francisco J. Martinez, Meng-Chuan Lai, Michael V. Lombardo, Simon Baron-Cohen, Mrc Aims Consortium, John Suckling

Autism prevalence in China is comparable to Western prevalence

X Sun, C Allison, L Wei, F E Matthews, B Auyeung, Y Y Wu, S Griffiths, J Zhang, S Baron-Cohen, C Brayne

Rigor in science and science reporting: updated guidelines for submissions to Molecular Autism

J D Buxbaum, S Baron-Cohen, E Anagnostou, E, C Ashwin, C Betancur, B Chakrabarti, J N Crawley, R A Hoekstra, P R Hof, M-C Lai, M V Lombardo, C M Schumann

Investigating the factors underlying adaptive functioning in autism in the EU-AIMS Longitudinal European Autism Project

J Tillmann, A S J Cáceres, C H Chatham, D Crawley, R Holt, B Oakley, B T Banaschewski, S Baron-Cohen, S Bölte, J K Buitelaar, S Durston, L Ham, E Loth E Simonoff, W Spooren D G Murphy, T Charman, the EU-AIMS LEAP Group

Functional EEG connectivity in infants associates with later restricted and repetitive behaviours in autism; a replication study

R Haartsen, E J Jones, E V Orekhova, T Charman, M H Johnson, The BASIS Team

Big data approaches to decomposing heterogeneity across the autism spectrum

M V Lombardo, M-C Lai, S Baron-Cohen

Dissecting the Heterogeneous Cortical Anatomy of Autism Spectrum Disorder Using Normative Models

M Zabihi, M Oldehinkel, T Wolfers, V Frouin, D Goyard, E Loth, T Charman, J Tillmann, T Banaschewski, G Dumas, R Holt, S Baron-Cohen, S Durston, D Bolte, D Murphy, C Ecker, J K Buitelaar,C F Beckmann, A F Marquand

Altered Connectivity Between Cerebellum, Visual, and Sensory-Motor Networks in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Results from the EU-AIMS Longitudinal European Autism Project

M Oldehinkel, M Mennes, A Marquand, T Charman, J Tillmann, C Ecker, F Dell’Acqua, D Brandeis, T Banaschewski, S Baumeister, C Moessnang, S Baron-Cohen, R Holt, S Bolte, S Durston, S, P Kundu, M V Lombardo, W Spooren, E Loth, D G M Murphy, C F Beckman, J K Buitelaar, the EU-AIMS LEAP Group

Emotional expression in psychiatric conditions: New technology for clinicians

K Grabowski, A Rynkiewicz, A Lassalle, S Baron-Cohen, B Schuller, N Cummins, A Baird, J Podgórska-Bednarz, A Pieniazek, I Lucka

Experience of mental health diagnosis and perceived misdiagnosis in autistic, possibly autistic and non-autistic adults

S K Au-Yeung, L Bradley, A E Robertson, R Shaw, S Baron-Cohen, S Cassidy



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