In individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), higher level problems with social communication develop over the first two years of age and are preceded by abnormal visual attention and motor skills. Training to improve social interaction and communication are the most common of the behavioral interventions applied in ASD. Investigators in this study propose a novel intervention to train the speed and accuracy of attention and eye gaze movements. This training is designed to target attentional behaviors that have been shown to be impaired in autism. Eye movements provide a marker for attention and the proposed training is designed to improve speed, accuracy, and flexibility of eye movement and attention simultaneously. Training will use a series of video games to gradually shape behavior using visual and auditory feedback gathered via neural recording methods called electroencephalography (EEG). Researchers will conduct clinical trials with control conditions (e.g., standard video games without training elements) with a small sample of children with ASD ages 9-15 years. Long term aims of this study include the development of a readily available inexpensive EEG-based system for home use that is suitable for a broad age range of children and adults with ASD.