Production des émotions chez les autistes Asperger : étude perceptive

Abstract : Our study deals with the production of emotions among autistic people with Aspergers Syndrome and neurotypical behavior; as well as the reception of these emotions from neurotypical listeners. Literature reveals a major difficulty for autistic people regarding identifying other individuals emotions through the intonation of their voice, unlike neurotypical people. Thus, we have examined this hypothesis by focusing on the methodology used to create the GEMEP Corpus. Scenarios with semantic sentences that could be integrated with numerous contexts were played for 9 Asperger speakers and 9$ neurotypical speakers. We created a perception test thanks to the 152 stimuli obtained, which were completed by 28 neurotypical listeners. The results of our study depicts the presence of positive and negative emotions among Asperger speakers as well as neurotypical speakers. Although, Asperger speakers tended to confuse emotions at a higher rate.
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Éléa Jarlier. Production des émotions chez les autistes Asperger : étude perceptive. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2018. ⟨dumas-02047657⟩

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