Applied Cliplets-based half-dynamic videos as intervention learning materials to attract the attention of adolescents with autism spectrum disorder to improve their perceptions and judgments of the facial expressions and emotions of others

@inproceedings{Lee2016AppliedCH,
  title={Applied Cliplets-based half-dynamic videos as intervention learning materials to attract the attention of adolescents with autism spectrum disorder to improve their perceptions and judgments of the facial expressions and emotions of others},
  author={I-Jui Lee and Chien-Hsu Chen and Ling-Yi Lin},
  booktitle={SpringerPlus},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are characterized by a reduced ability to understand the emotional expressions on other people's faces. Increasing evidence indicates that children with ASD might not recognize or understand crucial nonverbal behaviors, which likely causes them to ignore nonverbal gestures and social cues, like facial expressions, that usually aid social interaction. OBJECTIVE In this study, we used software technology to create half-static and dynamic video… CONTINUE READING
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