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Klinefelter's Syndrome - Processing of Social Cues

  • Graph outlining the processing of social cues in both normal men and men with Klinefelter's Syndrome.
  • Klinefelter men could not use social cues to judge the cartoon stimuli appropriately, like normal men.

The social cues were cartoon images that appeared to be closer to one another than they actually were. The aim of the experiment was to determine if objects were viewed closer to each other by Klinefelter men as opposed to normal men and normal men viewed images differently due to social judgement. They viewed images as slightly further apart and their judgements changed with each new set of images. Klinefelter men always claimed that images were closer together.

Reference

<pubmed>19440352</pubmed>| PMC2680059 | PLoS One | PDF


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