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Children with autism find understanding facial expressions difficult but make similar mistakes as peers, new study finds

08:17 EDT 31 Mar 2017 | Science Daily

Young people with autism spectrum conditions (ASC) have difficulties recognizing and distinguishing between different facial expressions, according to research from one of the largest studies to look at emotion recognition in children and adolescents with ASC.

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