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Manfredonia, Joseph; Bangerter, Abigail; Manyakov, Nikolay V.; Ness, Seth; Lewin, David; Skalkin, Andrew; Boice, Matthew; Goodwin, Matthew S.; Dawson, Geraldine; Hendren, Robert; Leventhal, Bennett; Shic, Frederick; Pandina, Gahan – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2019
Facial expression is impaired in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but rarely systematically studied. We focus on the ability of individuals with ASD to produce facial expressions of emotions in response to a verbal prompt. We used the Janssen Autism Knowledge Engine (JAKE┬«), including automated facial expression analysis software (FACET) to measure…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Nonverbal Communication, Emotional Response
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Park, Yun-hee; Itakura, Shoji – Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 2019
It is unknown whether linguistic cues influence preschoolers' recognition of facial expression when the emotion of the face is incongruent with the linguistic cues and what type of linguistic cue is influential in the modulation of facial expression. In a priming task, we presented 5-year-old children three types of linguistic information…
Descriptors: Influences, Nonverbal Communication, Cues, Foreign Countries
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Wang, Yang; Liu, Qingtang; Chen, Wenli; Wang, Qiyun; Stein, David – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
This study investigated whether video lectures instructed by a heightened level of expressiveness instructor were better than those instructed by a conventional level of expressiveness instructor or audio-only in promoting students' online learning, and what kind of effects do instructor's facial expressions have on students' learning. Three…
Descriptors: Nonverbal Communication, Teacher Student Relationship, Video Technology, Audio Equipment
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Bringula, Rex P.; Fosgate, Ian Clement O., Jr.; Garcia, Neil Peter R.; Yorobe, Josf Luinico M. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2018
This experimental study investigated the effects of the use of two versions of a pedagogical agent named personal instructing agent (PIA) on the mathematics performance of students. The first version exhibits synthetic facial expressions while the second version does not exhibit facial expression (i.e., neutral facial expression). Two groups of…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Mathematics Achievement, Feedback (Response), Mathematics Tests
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Zane, Emily; Yang, Zhaojun; Pozzan, Lucia; Guha, Tanaya; Narayanan, Shrikanth; Grossman, Ruth Bergida – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2019
Research shows that neurotypical individuals struggle to interpret the emotional facial expressions of people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The current study uses motion-capture to objectively quantify differences between the movement patterns of emotional facial expressions of individuals with and without ASD. Participants volitionally…
Descriptors: Nonverbal Communication, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Children
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Saito, Hirotaka; Ando, Akinobu; Itagaki, Shota; Kawada, Taku; Davis, Darold; Nagai, Nobuyuki – International Association for Development of the Information Society, 2017
Until now, when practicing facial expression recognition skills in nonverbal communication areas of SST, judgment of facial expression was not quantitative because the subjects of SST were judged by teachers. Therefore, we thought whether SST could be performed using facial expression detection devices that can quantitatively measure facial…
Descriptors: Nonverbal Communication, Visual Impairments, Foreign Countries, Recognition (Psychology)
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Ruba, Ashley L.; Meltzoff, Andrew N.; Repacholi, Betty M. – Developmental Psychology, 2020
Accurate perception of emotional (facial) expressions is an essential social skill. It is currently debated whether emotion categorization in infancy emerges in a "broad-to-narrow" pattern and the degree to which language influences this process. We used an habituation paradigm to explore (a) whether 14- and 18-month-old infants perceive…
Descriptors: Infants, Nonverbal Communication, Emotional Response, Toddlers
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Cheng, Yufang; Luo, Shu-yun; Lin, Hsin-chieh; Yang, Chung-Sung – International Journal of Developmental Disabilities, 2018
Realizing facial expression is likely to be one of the earliest facilitators of social engagement, and it is a core deficit for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to build social relationship. Mobile learning creates the possibility of a learning environment and visual stimuli that can adapt its informal learning contexts to improve…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Nonverbal Communication, Telecommunications
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Chiu, Mei-Hung; Liaw, Hongming Leonard; Yu, Yuh-Ru; Chou, Chin-Cheng – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
Utilizing facial recognition technology, the current study has attempted to predict the likelihood of student conceptual change with decision tree models based on the facial micro-expression states (FMES) students exhibited when they experience conceptual conflict. While conceptual change through conceptual conflicts in science education is a…
Descriptors: Science Education, Scientific Concepts, Concept Formation, Grade 10
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Ruba, Ashley L.; Johnson, Kristin M.; Harris, Lasana T.; Wilbourn, Makeba Parramore – Developmental Psychology, 2017
For decades, scholars have examined how children first recognize emotional facial expressions. This research has found that infants younger than 10 months can discriminate negative, within-valence facial expressions in looking time tasks, and children older than 24 months struggle to categorize these expressions in labeling and free-sort tasks.…
Descriptors: Developmental Stages, Psychological Patterns, Nonverbal Communication, Age Differences
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Yoshimura, Sayaka; Sato, Wataru; Uono, Shota; Toichi, Motomi – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2015
Previous electromyographic studies have reported that individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) exhibited atypical patterns of facial muscle activity in response to facial expression stimuli. However, whether such activity is expressed in visible facial mimicry remains unknown. To investigate this issue, we videotaped facial responses in…
Descriptors: Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Human Body, Nonverbal Communication
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Kokin, Jessica; Younger, Alastair; Gosselin, Pierre; Vaillancourt, Tracy – Infant and Child Development, 2016
The relationship between shyness and the interpretations of the facial expressions of others was examined in a sample of 123 children aged 12 to 14?years. Participants viewed faces displaying happiness, fear, anger, disgust, sadness, surprise, as well as a neutral expression, presented on a computer screen. The children identified each expression…
Descriptors: Children, Preadolescents, Early Adolescents, Nonverbal Communication
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Kokkinaki, Theano – Early Child Development and Care, 2019
I investigated the emotional coordination (matching, synchrony, completion and attunement) between infant and paternal facial expressions of emotion in the course of paternal questions addressed to infants during their spontaneous dyadic interaction. Eleven infant-father dyads were observed during their natural interactions at home from the second…
Descriptors: Infants, Fathers, Nonverbal Communication, Emotional Response
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Widen, Sherri C.; Russell, James A. – Journal of Cognition and Development, 2015
Past research has shown that children recognize emotions from facial expressions poorly and improve only gradually with age, but the stimuli in such studies have been static faces. Because dynamic faces include more information, it may well be that children more readily recognize emotions from dynamic facial expressions. The current study of…
Descriptors: Nonverbal Communication, Children, Emotional Response, Age Differences
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Denmark, Tanya; Atkinson, Joanna; Campbell, Ruth; Swettenham, John – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2019
This study examined facial expressions produced during a British Sign Language (BSL) narrative task (Herman et al., International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 49(3):343-353, 2014) by typically developing deaf children and deaf children with autism spectrum disorder. The children produced BSL versions of a video story in which…
Descriptors: Deafness, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Sign Language
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