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Autism Community Invited to Webinar on Repetitive Behaviors in Infancy

October 29, 2014

This Thursday, Oct 30, 2 pm ET: Researchers will discuss insights into repetitive and restricted behaviors in early development

The Autism Speaks community is invited to participate in a free webinar – “Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors: Focus on the First Years of Life” – on Thursday, Oct. 30, at 2 pm Eastern.

Jed Elison and Jason Wolff, investigators with the nationwide Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS), will discuss the role of repetitive behaviors in play during infancy. This will include their emerging findings on the role that these behaviors play in typical development as well as autism.

Read more about IBIS and Autism Speaks’ support of its groundbreaking research here.

Register for the free webinar here.