Emotion recognition following early psychosocial deprivation
McDermott, Jennifer Martin
Zeanah, Charles H.
Fox, Nathan A.
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CitationNelson, Charles A., Alissa Westerlund, Jennifer Martin McDermott, Charles H. Zeanah, and Nathan A. Fox. 2013. “Emotion Recognition Following Early Psychosocial Deprivation.” Development and Psychopathology 25 (02) (April 30): 517–525. doi:10.1017/S0954579412001216
AbstractAn important function of the brain is to scan incoming sensory information for the presence of relevant signals and act on this information. For humans,the most salient signals are often social in nature, such as the identity and the emotional expression of the faces we encounter in our everyday lives. It can be argued that our survival as a species depends in large measure on these skills.
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