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Influences a model has on the snack consumption of overweight and normal-weight pre-adolescent girls
Studies indicate that the presence of peers influence children's food consumption. It is assumed that the modeling of others' food intake produces this effect. The present study directly tests this possibility by assessing ...
Facial expressions of emotion among children with Asperger's and other high-functioning autism spectrum disorders and typically developing peers
Asperger's disorder (AD) is a pervasive, life-long condition characterized by social dysfunction. Deficits are seen in the ability to initiate and sustain reciprocal social interactions, which has been related to inappropriate ...