Expressing Autism

[This (ongoing) experimental project is inspired by the research work of Dr. Noah J. Sasson & Daniel Faso of School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, UT Dallas.] Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder involving qualitative impairments in social interaction. One source of those impairments is difficulties creating facial expressions of emotion (fear, sadness, anger or happiness). Individuals with ASD can have very expressive faces, but the emotions conveyed could sometimes seem overly intense and unusual, for us whoRead More

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