Study­ing Social Cog­ni­tion and Comor­bid­i­ty in Autism in the Lab and Online

Hélio Clemente Cuve, Uni­ver­si­ty of Oxford @HCuve

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In this talk I will share a com­bi­na­tion of lab-based and online stud­ies of emo­tion pro­cess­ing and Autism. Using time­course mod­el­ling and infor­ma­tion the­o­ry, we show how the tem­po­ral char­ac­ter­is­tics of eye gaze dur­ing facial emo­tion pro­cess­ing are influ­enced by co-occur­ring alex­ithymia in autism. We also lever­age dimen­sion reduc­tion and net­work approach­es to psy­chopathol­o­gy to elu­ci­date the speci­fici­ty and over­lap of clin­i­cal symp­toms rel­e­vant to emo­tion pro­cess­ing in autism.

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Study­ing Social Cog­ni­tion and Comor­bid­i­ty in Autism in the Lab and Online