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Mother's face recognition by neonates: A replication and an extension
Abstract Previous experimenters have found that 4-day-old neonates look longer at their mother's face than at a stranger's face. We have replicated this finding under conditions where the infants areExpand
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Motion and Emotion: A Novel Approach to the Study of Face Processing by Young Autistic Children
The specificity of facial processing impairment in autistic children, particularly in the domain of emotion, is still debated. The aim of our study was to assess the influence of motion on facialExpand
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Configural and Local Processing of Faces in Children with Williams Syndrome
Three experiments investigated face processing in children with Williams syndrome (WS). In Experiment 1, the ability to discriminate different aspects of faces was compared between WS subjects and aExpand
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Brief Report: Recognition of Emotional and Non-emotional Biological Motion in Individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorders
This study aimed to explore the perception of different components of biological movement in individuals with autism and Asperger syndrome. The ability to recognize a person’s actions, subjectiveExpand
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Spatial Frequency and Face Processing in Children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome
Two experiments were designed to investigate possible abnormal face processing strategies in children with autistic spectrum disorders. A group of 11 children with autism was compared to two groupsExpand
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Emotion Understanding in Children with ADHD
Several studies suggest that children with ADHD tend to perform worse than typically developing children on emotion recognition tasks. However, most of these studies have focused on the recognitionExpand
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Typical Emotion Processing for Cartoon but not for Real Faces in Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders
This study evaluated whether atypical face processing in autism extends from human to cartoon faces for which they show a greater interest. Twenty children with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) wereExpand
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Disrupting the right prefrontal cortex alters moral judgement.
Humans daily face social situations involving conflicts between competing moral decision. Despite a substantial amount of studies published over the past 10 years, the respective role of emotions andExpand
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Recognition of biological motion in children with autistic spectrum disorders
It is widely accepted that autistic children experience difficulties in processing and recognizing emotions. Most relevant studies have explored the perception of faces. However, context and bodilyExpand
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Abnormal cerebral effective connectivity during explicit emotional processing in adults with autism spectrum disorder.
Several recent studies suggest that autism may result from abnormal communication between brain regions. We directly assessed this hypothesis by testing the presence of abnormalities in a model ofExpand
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