Movement, face processing and schizophrenia: evidence of a differential deficit in expression analysis.

@article{Archer1994MovementFP,
  title={Movement, face processing and schizophrenia: evidence of a differential deficit in expression analysis.},
  author={Jeanne Archer and Dennis C. Hay and Andrew W. Young},
  journal={The British journal of clinical psychology},
  year={1994},
  volume={33 ( Pt 4)},
  pages={517-28}
}
Three dynamic face-processing tasks based on the Bruce & Young (1986) functional model of face processing were presented to 10 schizophrenic and 10 depressed inpatients and to 10 non-patient subjects. Familiar face recognition, facial expression recognition and unfamiliar face matching were examined. Schizophrenic patients' performance was significantly poorer than that of depressed patients and non-patient controls. Significantly lower scores were obtained on the facial expression recognition… CONTINUE READING

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