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One of the key ideas regarding atypical connectivity in autistic brains is the hypothesis of noisier networks. The systems level version of this hypothesis predicts reduced reliability or increased variability in the evoked responses of individuals with autism. Using magnetoencephalography, we examined the response of individuals with autism spectrum disorder versus matched typically developing persons to passive tactile stimulation of the thumb and index finger of the dominant (right) hand. Adoi:10.1097/wnr.0b013e32833246b5 pmid:19820416 fatcat:w4nktsdeqjattlccutjytjinzu