Gandra-barta for the Assessment of Facial Emotion Recognition in Acquired Brain Injury

  title={Gandra-barta for the Assessment of Facial Emotion Recognition in Acquired Brain Injury},
  author={Marcela Aparecida Leite and Sandra Guerreiro and Isabel Almeida and Bruno Malveira Peixoto},
Patients with acquired brain injury (ABI) may experience social difficulties more specifically in the emotional recognition of faces. The present research aims to test the discriminative validity of GandraBARTA to the changes in the emotional recognition of faces after ABI and to perceive its connection with the general cognitive functioning, executive functioning and other variables associated with ABI. The sample consists of two groups, the Clinical Group (n=20, ABI participants) and the… CONTINUE READING

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