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Visual Scanning of Dynamic Affective Stimuli in Autism Spectrum Disorders

@inproceedings{McManus2012VisualSO,
  title={Visual Scanning of Dynamic Affective Stimuli in Autism Spectrum Disorders},
  author={Susan M. McManus},
  year={2012}
}
  • Susan M. McManus
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • The accurate integration of audio-visual emotion cues is critical for social interactions and requires efficient processing of facial cues. Gaze behavior of typically developing (TD) individuals and individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) was measured via eyetracking during the perception of dynamic audio-visual emotion (DAVE) stimuli. This study provides information about the regions of the face sampled during an emotion perception task that is relatively more complex than those used… CONTINUE READING

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