Holistic and part-based face recognition in children with autism.

@article{Joseph2003HolisticAP,
  title={Holistic and part-based face recognition in children with autism.},
  author={Robert M. Joseph and James Tanaka},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2003},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={
          529-42
        }
}
  • Robert M. Joseph, James Tanaka
  • Published in
    Journal of child psychology…
    2003
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • BACKGROUND There is substantial evidence that children with autism are impaired in face recognition. Although many researchers have suggested that this impairment derives from a failure of holistic face processing and a tendency to represent and encode faces on a part-by-part basis, this hypothesis has not been tested directly. METHOD Holistic face processing was assessed by comparing children's ability to recognize a face part (eyes, nose, or mouth) in the context of the whole face in which… CONTINUE READING

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