Social processes in Autism and Schizophrenia

Dr hab. Michal Hajduk, University of Bratislava, Słowacja (spotkanie online)


11 stycznia 2024

Social processes in Autism and Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia and Autism are both extremely heterogeneous, but both conditions share difficulties in real-life social interactions. The severity of social cognition deficits is comparable across both conditions, and simple tasks usually do discriminate between groups. In this talk, I will present results from a larger project that is focused on social processes using RDoC perspective. More specifically, I will present results about the regulation of interpersonal distance in which we compare preferred distance and the experience of social interaction. In the second part, I will present results from unstructured social interactions focused on social skills. Moreover, autonomous nervous system regulation (heart rate, skin conductance levels) will be considered.

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