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  1. Feng Zhou
  2. Meina Fu
  3. Jialin Li
  4. Keshuang Li
  5. Yang Zhan

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Description: Autistic individuals generally demonstrate impaired emotion recognition but it is still unclear whether effects are emotion-specific. There is also evidence that co-morbid alexithymia or oxytocin receptor (OXTR) genotype might influence altered emotion recognition in autism. Against this background we implemented a dimensional approach using an implicit emotion recognition task together with functional MRI and genetics in a large cohort of subjects (N=255) to establish associations between autistic traits and neural and behavioral responses to specific face emotions, together with modulatory effects of alexithymia and OXTR genotype.


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