The role of configural information in facial emotion recognition in schizophrenia

  title={The role of configural information in facial emotion recognition in schizophrenia},
  author={Val{\'e}rian Chambon and Jean-Yves Baudouin and Nicolas Franck},
The schizophrenia deficit in facial emotion recognition could be accounted for by a deficit in processing the configural information of the face. The present experiment was designed to further test this hypothesis by studying the face-inversion effect in a facial emotion recognition task. The ability of 26 schizophrenic patients and 26 control participants to recognize facial emotions on upright and upside-down faces was assessed. Participants were told to state whether faces expressed one of… CONTINUE READING


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