Asymmetric frontal EEG activity to another person?s gaze: A comparison study between autistic and typically developing children.
- Subject: Psykologia - Psychologymesheuropmc: genetic structures
Direction of gaze is a powerful social signal that has been associated with motivational tendencies of approach and avoidance. Recently, it has been found that another person's perceived direct and averted gaze can also activate the approach-avoidance motivational brain... View more
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