Autism Findings: Some Better at Interpreting Facial Expressions Than Previously Thought
[Source: Medical X-Press]
The ability of people with autism to read what someone is feeling or thinking by looking at their eyes and face may have been underestimated, according to research conducted by a developmental psychology expert from London’s Kingston University.
Autism is a condition that affects social communication and it is widely believed people on the autism spectrum find reading expressions particularly challenging. Yet a new study by
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