Cam face to face adults

To begin, click on the The Cambridge Mindreading Face-Voice Battery – Part 1 (Voices) link.

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The Cambridge Mindreading Face-Voice Battery arose from the observations that those with Aspergers syndrome tend to have difficulty recognising and understanding complex emotions.

As this impacts on their communication and social deficits, it is important to understand the extent of these difficulties, and the results may be useful in assessment and treatment.

The Cambridge Mindreading Face-Voice Battery (CAM) tests recognition of complex emotional states.

It consists of short audio and video clips in which actors convey 1 of 20 different complex emotions through either their voice or their facial expressions.

They include mental states like stern, intimate, guarded, admiring, submissive and vibrant.

There are hundreds of complex emotions and it takes us years to learn them.

She pulled her panties to the side – show pubic hair. Then she slipped off her everything except stockings with a belt.

“So spectacular, I’ll be like a real prostitute,” – she thought, and decided to complete the picture, to get rid of vegetation between the legs.

I did well on this test–in fact, I matched the mean score of neurotypical females in the original research study. Faces: 84.0% (42 correct) Voices: 96.0% (48 correct) ASD Faces task: 32 correct (64%) ASD Voice task: 35 correct (70%) ASD Total: 68 correct (68%) NT Faces task: 44 correct (88%) NT Voice task: 43 correct (86%) NT Total: 86 correct (86%) I’m not surprised by how well I did on the voices portion of the test.

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