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High-tech clues to facial cues

A new device helps people with Asperger's or autism interpret expressions of emotion

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By S.I. Rosenbaum
Globe Correspondent / October 27, 2008

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PROVIDENCE - TJ can usually tell when someone is happy. Happiness is easy, but negative emotions are trickier. Sorrow can look like laughter; sadness can pass for fatigue. The expressions that signify guilt and hunger, he said, "are the exact same thing." (Full article: 1194 words)

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