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Most adults with autism can recognise facial emotions, almost as well as those without the condition

By Neil Brewer, Matthew Flinders Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Flinders University
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Problems identifying and responding to emotions in others is thought of as a core feature of autism. But our research shows there may be minimal differences in this aspect of social interaction.The Conversation

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