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Introducing MASC: A Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition
A sensitive video-based test for the evaluation of subtle mindreading difficulties: the Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition (MASC), which identified the MASC as discriminating the diagnostic groups most accurately.
Dissociation of Cognitive and Emotional Empathy in Adults with Asperger Syndrome Using the Multifaceted Empathy Test (MET)
A new, photo-based measure, the Multifaceted Empathy Test (MET), is used to assess empathy multidimensionally in a group of 17 individuals with Asperger syndrome and 18 well-matched controls, suggesting that while individuals with AS are impaired in cognitive empathy, they do not differ from controls in emotional empathy.
Stress and memory in humans: Twelve years of progress?
  • O. Wolf
  • Psychology, Biology
    Brain Research
  • 1 October 2009
Stress effects on memory: An update and integration
Impaired Memory Retrieval after Psychosocial Stress in Healthy Young Men
It is demonstrated that psychosocial stress impairs memory retrieval in humans and suggests that emotionally arousing material is especially sensitive to this effect.
Who Cares? Revisiting Empathy in Asperger Syndrome
The data show that while the AS group scored lower on the measures of cognitive empathy and theory of mind, they were no different from controls on one affective empathy scale of the IRI (empathic concern), and scored higher than controls on the other (personal distress).