During every face-to-face conversation, whether in person or on Zoom, we process a myriad of visual and auditory signals that lead us to form first impressions of our conversation partners within seconds. Research has shown that first impressions formed of autistic individuals tend to be less favorable than those formed of nonautistic individuals.
This presentation will explore some of these findings, as well as various factors that lead to these less favorable impressions, including facial and vocal expressions, as well as the social expectations of the conversation partners.
Conference by Ruth Grossman
Assistant Professor - Head of the FACE lab, Emerson College, Boston
|20.03.2023 17:30 - 20:00
|PER 06 Pavillon Vert (Jardin Botanique)
Chemin du Musée 6
|Prof. Dr. Stephanie Durrleman
Pauline Wolfer, Franziska Baumeister
The participation is free, but please register at firstname.lastname@example.org for both online and in-person participation.