Is He Being Bad? Social and Language Brain Networks during Social Judgment in Children with Autism

@inproceedings{Carter2012IsHB,
  title={Is He Being Bad? Social and Language Brain Networks during Social Judgment in Children with Autism},
  author={Elizabeth J. Carter and Diane L. Williams and Nancy J. Minshew and Jill Fain Lehman},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Individuals with autism often violate social rules and have lower accuracy in identifying and explaining inappropriate social behavior. Twelve children with autism (AD) and thirteen children with typical development (TD) participated in this fMRI study of the neurofunctional basis of social judgment. Participants indicated in which of two pictures a boy was being bad (Social condition) or which of two pictures was outdoors (Physical condition). In the within-group Social-Physical comparison, TD… CONTINUE READING
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