Posts Tagged
‘Alexithymia’

October 6, 2021

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Tags: Alexithymia, Autism, measurement, outcome, Spectrum, Webinar, Williams, Zachary

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Categories: autism

Zachary J. Williams Medical and PhD student, Vanderbilt University View full bio Register for the next Spectrum webinar with Zachary J. Williams, a medical and graduate student at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, who talks about measuring alexithymia in autistic people and the importance of developing and validating interventions for specific populations will speak. Press […]

August 24, 2021

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Tags: Alexithymia, Autistic, measuring, People, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Katherine Gotham Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Rowan University Zachary J. Williams MD / Ph.D. college student, Vanderbilt University People differ greatly in their ability to identify and describe the emotions they feel every day. While many people can easily tell whether they are happy, sad, angry, or scared, others have great difficulty understanding or describing […]

June 19, 2021

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Tags: Alexithymia, Autism, drive, eyegaze, patterns, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Face to face: Autistic and non-autistic people may not differ much in how they look emotional information in the eye. Secret Annex Productions / Getty Images Gaze patterns when looking at a face are more related to alexithymia, a condition characterized by difficulty recognizing one’s emotions, than to autism, according to a new study. The […]