Face processing in individuals with autism: a longitudinal magnetoencephalographic study

Braeutigam, S.; Kylliainen, A.; Swithenby, S. and Bailey, A. (2008). Face processing in individuals with autism: a longitudinal magnetoencephalographic study. In: International Meeting for Autism Research 2008, 15-17 May 2008, London.

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Abstract

Behavioural data suggest that individuals with autism use anomalous cognitive strategies when processing faces. Recent neurophysiological and neuroimaging data points to different-from-normal neural activity in able adults with autism when viewing faces. The development of face processing skills, however, is still rather poorly understood both under typical and atypical conditions.

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