Many individuals with autism spectrum disorder ASD – even if they have strong language and cognitive skills – have difficulties reading non-verbal cues of others and often produce facial and vocal expressions that are interpreted as awkward by their peers. At the FACE Lab, we hope to learn more about how children with ASD perceive and produce non-verbal expressions and how these expressions are related to improved social integration of these very capable individuals.

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