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While most studies of emotion recognition in Asperger's Syndrome (AS) have focused solely on the verbal decoding of affective states, the current research employed the novel technique of using both nonverbal matching and verbal labeling tasks to examine the decoding of emotional body postures and facial expressions. AS participants performed as accurately(More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to systematically review studies that quantify the high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) spinal thrust, to qualitatively compare the apparatus used and the force-time profiles generated, and to critically appraise studies involving the quantification of thrust as an augmented feedback tool in psychomotor learning. (More)
The B-cell algorithm (BCA) due to Kelsey and Timmis is a function optimization algorithm inspired by the process of somatic mutation of B-cell clones in the natural immune system. So far, the BCA has been shown to be perform well in comparison with genetic algorithms when applied to various benchmark optimisation problems (finding the optima of smooth real(More)
The purpose of this experiment was to develop a methodology to investigate the postural expression of different emotions and attitudes using a technique which avoided the artificiality implicit in the use of a role play design. Subjects were asked to categorize tape-recorded extracts as either funny, sad, interesting or boring and to rate them in order of(More)
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