A cross-syndrome study of the development of holistic face recognition in children with autism, Down syndrome, and Williams syndrome.

@article{Annaz2009ACS,
  title={A cross-syndrome study of the development of holistic face recognition in children with autism, Down syndrome, and Williams syndrome.},
  author={Dagmara Annaz and Annette Karmiloff-Smith and Mark H. Johnson and Michael S. C. Thomas},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={102 4},
  pages={
          456-86
        }
}
  • Dagmara Annaz, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, +1 author Michael S. C. Thomas
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    Journal of experimental child…
    2009
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • We report a cross-syndrome comparison of the development of holistic processing in face recognition in school-aged children with developmental disorders: autism, Down syndrome, and Williams syndrome. The autism group was split into two groups: one with high-functioning children and one with low-functioning children. The latter group has rarely been studied in this context. The four disorder groups were compared with typically developing children. Cross-sectional trajectory analyses were used to… CONTINUE READING

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