Infant Excitation/Inhibition Balance Interacts with Executive Attention to Predict Autistic Traits in Childhood

the EDEN, STAARS Teams, Virginia Carter Leno*, Jannath Begum-Ali, Amy Goodwin, Luke Mason, Greg Pasco, Andrew Pickles, Shruti Garg, Jonathan Green, Tony Charman, Mark H. Johnson, Emily J.H. Jones, Grace Vassallo, Emma Burkitt-Wright, Judith Eelloo, D. Gareth Evans, Siobhan West, Eileen Hupton, Lauren LewisLouise Robinson, Angus Dobbie, Ruth Drimer, Helen Bethell, Rachel Jones, Susan Musson, Catherine Prem, Miranda Splitt, Karen Horridge, Diana Baralle, Carolyn Redman, Helen Tomkins, Ankita Bhojwani, Shannon Connelly, Francesca Conti, Beth Evans, Meg Jackson, Emily Powell, Mary Agyapong, Tessel Bazelmans, Leila Dafner, Mutluhan Ersoy, Teea Gliga, Rianne Haartsen, Hanna Halkola, Alexandra Hendry, Rebecca Holman, Sarah Kalwarowsky, Anna Kolesnik, Nisha Narvekar, Chloë Taylor

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