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A broad autism phenotype expressed in facial morphology

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Sex-specific variation in facial masculinity/femininity associated with autistic traits in the general population

A preliminary investigation of the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on facial morphology in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Increased facial asymmetry in autism spectrum conditions is associated with symptom presentation

Hypermasculinised facial morphology in boys and girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder and its association with symptomatology

Investigating facial phenotype in autism spectrum conditions: The importance of a hypothesis driven approach

No relationship between autistic traits and salivary testosterone concentrations in men from the general population

Sexually dimorphic facial features vary according to level of autistic-like traits in the general population

Prenatal testosterone exposure is related to sexually dimorphic facial morphology in adulthood

Perceived Gender Ratings for High and Low Scorers on the Autism-Spectrum Quotient Consistent with the Extreme Male Brain Account of Autism