Structural alterations in mind morphology have been inconsistently noted in youngsters in contrast to grown ups with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We assessed these variations by performing meta-evaluation on the information from 19 voxel-dependent morphometry scientific tests. Typical findings across the age groups were grey issue reduction in left putamen and medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) and grey make any difference raises in the lateral PFC, although white make a difference decreases were noticed primarily in the children in frontostriatal pathways. In the ASD sample, youngsters/adolescents ended up a lot more very likely than older people to have enhanced grey make any difference in bilateral fusiform gyrus, correct cingulate and insula. Benefits present that clear maturational variations exist in social cognition and limbic processing areas only in children/adolescents and not in grownups with ASD, and might underlie the emotional regulation that improves with age in this population. Autism Res2011,4:xxx–xxx. © 2011 Global Culture for Autism Study, Wiley Periodicals, Inc.