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2013 | 4(22) | 99-115
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Rozpoznawanie emocji innych ludzi przez osoby z autyzmem – przegląd badań

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Recognition of others’ emotions by individuals with autism – A research review
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Od końca lat 80. XX w. przeprowadzono wiele badań nad zdolnością osób z autyzmem do rozpoznawania emocji u innych ludzi. Jednakże wyniki tych badań nie są spójne, a badacze nie są zgodni co do tego, czy i w jakim zakresie odbiór emocji przez osoby z autyzmem różni się od rozpoznawania emocji przez osoby rozwijające się prawidłowo. Niniejsza praca zawiera przegląd badań dotyczących rozpoznawania emocji przez osoby z zaburzeniami ze spektrum autyzmu, w tym znaczenia rodzaju emocji (prostych lub złożonych i społecznych), inteligencji oraz zdolności werbalnych w rozpoznawaniu stanów emocjonalnych, a także rozwoju umiejętności rozpoznawania emocji.
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Since the end of the 1980s, a lot of studies have been conducted to examine the ability to recognize others’ emotions in people with autism spectrum disorders. However, the results of these studies are inconsistent and there is no consensus as to whether and how emotion perception in individuals with autism differs from emotion recognition in typically developing people. The aim of this article is to present a review of research on emotion recognition in individuals with autism spectrum disorders, including the importance of emotion types (basic or complex emotions and social emotions), intelligence and verbal skills in emotion recognition as well as the development of emotion recognition ability.
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