Face composite effects reveal abnormal face processing in Autism spectrum disorders

@article{Gauthier2009FaceCE,
  title={Face composite effects reveal abnormal face processing in Autism spectrum disorders},
  author={Isabel Gauthier and Cheryl Klaiman and Robert T. Schultz},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={49},
  pages={470-478}
}
  • Isabel Gauthier, Cheryl Klaiman, Robert T. Schultz
  • Published in Vision Research 2009
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Although it has been suggested that individuals with an Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) process faces less holistically than typically developing controls, there are few direct investigations of this hypothesis. This question was addressed before using the composite paradigm (Teunisse, J. P., & de Gelder, B. (2003). Face processing in adolescents with autistic disorder: The inversion and composite effects. Brain Cognition, 52(3), 285-294.). The results had revealed that adolescents with ASDs… CONTINUE READING

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