Autism and dancing

How does learning to dance affect our brains, and how can this help us better understand autism?
11 September 2013
Presented by Ginny Smith

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A man and a woman performing a modern dance.

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Dancing is a complicated skill, and learning a new routine changes the brain. Ginny Smith caught up with Antonia Hamilton and Emily Cross at the British Science Festival to find out more about their research, and how it might be shedding light on the differences in the way children with autism learn.

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