Conducted by a group of researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, they initiated electroencephalography tests on 65 infants at 3 months old.
The findings showed that children who experienced long-term sleep problems exhibited the greatest academic and psychosocial impairments.
The research efforts, released in the journal Nature Medicine, unveiled a new test capable of better predicting T1D risk.
The study, titled New Issue of Food Allergy: Phobia of Anaphylaxis in Pediatric Patients, was funded by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
The study focused on more than 2,000 children associated with the Early Autism Evaluation hubs located in the state of Indiana.
Infants may be born with the ability to distinguish musical tones, with their exhibition of skills beginning by six months of age, study finds.