Adults with a higher degree of autistic traits show a greater physiological response to non-social 'system' related stimuli and a lower response to social stimuli compared with those with fewer autistic traits

Clarence Singleton, Mark Brosnan

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013
EventATINER 7th International Conference on Psychology, 2013 - Athens, Greece
Duration: 27 May 201330 May 2013

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ConferenceATINER 7th International Conference on Psychology, 2013
CountryGreece
CityAthens
Period27/05/1330/05/13

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Adults with a higher degree of autistic traits show a greater physiological response to non-social 'system' related stimuli and a lower response to social stimuli compared with those with fewer autistic traits. / Singleton, Clarence; Brosnan, Mark.

2013. Paper presented at ATINER 7th International Conference on Psychology, 2013, Athens, Greece.

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