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According to some experts, your child's IQ can help determine their future success, but other researchers say there's one more test that may be a better predictor.
Getting good grades is one way to pave a successful path for your child's future; however, some experts say your child’s success may be based another type of intelligence -- emotional intelligence.
Measuring how quickly a child's brain processes sounds might help identify the severity of autism, according to a new study.
Observing children's brainwaves may also allow identification of autism earlier than is currently possible, the study authors reported.
L to R: Dr. Juliana Bates, recipient of GRASP's 2015 Honoree for Contributions to the Autism Community; Dr. Rivera, Director of Learning Insights; Ms. Kate Palmer, Executive Director, Global and Regional Aspergers Syndrome Partnership (GRASP), June 2015.