Looking at images with human figures: comparison between autistic and normal children.

@article{Geest2002LookingAI,
  title={Looking at images with human figures: comparison between autistic and normal children.},
  author={Josef N. van der Geest and Chantal Kemner and Gert Camfferman and Marinus Nicholaas Verbaten and Herman van Engeland},
  journal={Journal of autism and developmental disorders},
  year={2002},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={69-75}
}
Based on clinical observations of abnormal gaze behavior of autistic children, it has been suggested that autistic children have a problem in processing social information. Several studies on eye movements have indeed found indications that children with autism show particularly abnormal gaze behavior in relation to social stimuli. However, the methodology used in such investigations did not allow for precise gaze analysis. In the present study, the looking behavior of autistic children toward… CONTINUE READING