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Mind Reading: The Interactive Guide to Emotions

Mind Reading: The Interactive Guide to Emotions is an interactive software programme designed to teach recognition of simple and complex emotions to children on the autism spectrum the via facial-video and vocal-audio stimuli.

The programme consists of 412 emotions, organised into 24 emotion groups and by 6 emotion levels.

The software delivers instruction and reinforcement across multiple areas including the Emotions Library, Learning Center, Games Zone, and Rewards Zone.

It was developed by Golan and Baron-Cohen at Cambridge University.

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