What's in a face? The case of autism.


Groups of verbal MA-matched autistic and non-autistic retarded adolescents and young adults were tested for their ability to recognize emotion and personal identity in photographed faces and parts of faces. The tasks were to match expressions of emotion across different individuals, and to identify unfamiliar individuals despite changes in emotional… (More)


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@article{Hobson1988WhatsIA, title={What's in a face? The case of autism.}, author={Richard Hobson and J Ouston and Anthony Lee}, journal={British journal of psychology}, year={1988}, volume={79 ( Pt 4)}, pages={441-53} }