A relationship between Autism-Spectrum Quotient and face viewing behavior in 98 participants

Kira Wegner-Clemens, Johannes Rennig & Michael S Beauchamp
Faces are one of the most important stimuli that we encounter, but humans vary dramatically in their behavior when viewing a face: some individuals preferentially fixate the eyes, others fixate the mouth, and still others show an intermediate pattern. The determinants of these large individual differences are unknown. However, individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) spend less time fixating the eyes of a viewed face than controls, suggesting the hypothesis that autistic traits in healthy...
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