Tadin also stated "We think of autism as a social disorder because children with this condition often struggle with social interactions, but what we sometimes neglect is that almost everything we know about the world comes from our senses. Abnormalities in how a person sees or hears can have a profound effect on social communication."(Source)
This enhanced perception in children with autism could be what causes sensory overload in some situations. In children without autism, the brain puts a stop to motion perception before it causes sensory overload. The findings of this research are published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
More information on this study can be found here:
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