Thursday, January 27, 2005

Autism, Movement, and Facial Processing

The finding that some autistic subjects have difficulty rapidly processing the emotional movements of the face, suggests that slow motion training can improve individual's facial processing. DVDs and videos can be advanced frame-by-frame to help children recognize emotional expressions and their context. The second link below is to Baron-Cohen's Software for facial emotion recognition at

Autism, Movement, and Facial Processing

Mind Reading Software

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