Enhancing emotion recognition in children with autism spectrum conditions: an intervention using animated vehicles with real emotional faces.

@article{Golan2010EnhancingER,
  title={Enhancing emotion recognition in children with autism spectrum conditions: an intervention using animated vehicles with real emotional faces.},
  author={Ofer Golan and Emma Ashwin and Yael E Granader and Suzy McClintock and Kate Day and Victoria Leggett and Simon Baron-Cohen},
  journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders},
  year={2010},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={269-79}
}
This study evaluated The Transporters, an animated series designed to enhance emotion comprehension in children with autism spectrum conditions (ASC). n = 20 children with ASC (aged 4-7) watched The Transporters everyday for 4 weeks. Participants were tested before and after intervention on emotional vocabulary and emotion recognition at three levels of generalization. Two matched control groups of children (ASC group, n = 18 and typically developing group, n = 18) were also assessed twice… CONTINUE READING
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