The Nonverbal Assessment of Human Actions as Predicted by Autistic Traits

McDowell, Emily D.

The human world is socially complex, and we have developed the ability to understand the actions of other people in order to function adaptively in such an environment. Autism spectrum disorder is characterized by deficits in social interaction (e.g., action recognition), and scholars believe that these impairments stem from a combination of differences in bottom-up factors (i.e., sensory represen... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
Senior honors thesis.
Tufts University. Center for Interdisciplinary Studies.
Autism spectrum disorders.
Body language.
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