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Exploring the Use of Isolated Expressions and Film Clips to Evaluate Emotion Recognition by People with Traumatic Brain Injury

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10.3791/53774-v

May 15th, 2016

May 15th, 2016

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1Department of Applied Linguistics, Brock University, 2Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Indiana School of Medicine and Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana

This paper describes how to implement a battery of behavioral tasks to examine emotion recognition of isolated facial and vocal emotion expressions, and a novel task using commercial television and film clips to assess multimodal emotion recognition that includes contextual cues.

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