Neurodevelopmental disorders

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Holistic Processing Maurer et al (2002)
'Gluing together' different facial features into a template of the face. (Part- Whole paradigm, Composite face paradigm)
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Configural Processing, Annaz et al (2009)
Computing the relative space between facial features (Face inversion effect)
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Johnson (2011)
Maturation - Predetermined sequence of different brain regions coming online, Skill Learning- Similar brain regions to when adults learn skills, Interactive Specialization- Different brain regions interacting and producing specialised responses
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Maturation
Infants have face-specific mechanisms present before input of faces received
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Skill Learning
Sensory Hypothesis: Infants have a preference for faces due to low level psychophysical properties of the face (e.g. eyes nose and mouth)
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Interactive Specialization
Structural Hypothesis: Infants hold detailed information about the structural characteristics of the face (bias towards spatial locations)
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Face recognition in atypical development
Evidence of holistic processing in ASD & WS. Evidence of configural processing in ASD using IFE. Reduced FIE in both. Hypoactivation of FFA in ASD FR, Typical act for WS (other social areas atypical)
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Grice et al (2001)
Compared control, ASD and WS for y band activation when viewing upright and inverted faces
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Riby & Hancock (2008)
Attention: Showed TD, ASD and WS a social scene and focus were diff in each
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Hypersociability
An exaggerated interest to engage in social encounters with both familiar and unfamiliar people
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Parten (1932) Play
Non social activity - Parallel Play- Cooperative/ Associative play
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Social Salience
Attention is being drawn to social situations
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Amygdala dysfunction
An inability to read facial expressions therefore unable to recognise threat
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Frontal lobe dysfunction
Difficulty inhibiting strong impulses towards social interaction
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