Individual differences in sensory sensitivity: Further lessons from an Autism model

In this commentary, we join Ward (this issue) in the usefulness of conceptualizing neural output in terms of signal and noise relationships, to create the missing links between neural, behavioral and subjective sensory sensitivity. We draw from our work in the Intense World Theory of Autism and the valproic acid rodent model, to complement the discussion with the consideration of developmental time and function of the system, for a neural output to serve as a predictor of atypical outcome in sensory sensitivity, and guide personalized therapies.


Published in:
Cognitive Neuroscience, 10, 3, 171-173
Year:
Mar 30 2019
Publisher:
Abingdon, ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
ISSN:
1758-8928
1758-8936
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