by ADN

May 14, 2015

danielabramsDaniel Abrams, Ph.D., is research faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.

The primary goal of his research is to understand how children with autism spectrum disorders perceive speech and to describe the brain systems that underlie speech perception in these children.

Have you participated in autism research?

Daniel Abrams shares his autism research into speech and perception in the brain. Hear more about Daniel’s research at Stanford University on this episode of The Autism Show Podcast.

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