This game allows a player to experiment with the different effects of moving separate facial parts. In teaching someone how a face conveys emotion, you may choose to isolate one part, such as turning brows down to indicate disapproval, or up for surprise. We recommend that you enlarge the screen to maximum size. After you play, use the browser back arrow to return to the main web site. The left side of the game screen shows a face that moves according to these control buttons: Autism + facial recognition
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This material was compiled by Luc De Nil, Ph.D., Chair of the Graduate Department of Speech-Language Pathology, University of Toronto, and by Paul Sandor, M.D., Director of the Tourette's Syndrome Clinic, University Health Network. Tourette Syndrome