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Rescue ganesh Kannada (Bad language used) so true. Rescue Ganesh Kannada (Bad Language Used) So True.. I believe it's just a bad phrase to use 'acting like a monkey'.Q: How can i get the innerHTML of my div I am trying to get the innerHTML of my div with JavaScript but it won't work, the div has been set up and has a class. This is what i have done so far: var story = document.getElementById("story"); var storyID = story.id; var test = story.innerHTML; alert(test); And it won't alert anything, what am I doing wrong? A: you can try this: var story = document.getElementById("story"); var storyID = story.id; var test = story.innerHTML; alert(test); Cognitive dissociation between emotion recognition and perception in autism. Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) exhibit difficulties in perceiving and in recognizing emotion in others' faces. It has been hypothesized that these 2 abilities in ASD are partially impaired due to differential patterns of brain activation during processing of facial emotion, which might underlie the difficulties in perceiving emotion in others' faces. The aim of the present study was to investigate this hypothesis by testing the hypothesis that the cognitive processes underlying recognition of emotions (categorization) and perception of emotional expressions in faces (emotional evaluation) would be dissociated in ASD. A sample of children with ASD (n = 25), aged 7 to 11 years, and a group of typically developing children (n = 25), matched for chronological age and verbal mental age, performed 2 tasks: emotional categorization, involving the perception of facial emotion and emotional evaluation, involving the judgment of the degree of liking a facial expression. Results showed that (1) children with ASD performed more poorly on emotional evaluation compared with typically developing children, (2) the performance on emotional categorization was preserved in ASD, and (3) the 2 groups were not different in their ability to recognize facial emotions in a happy/unhappy facial expression task. Taken together, these findings suggest that in ASD, difficulties in perceiving facial emotion may result from atypical underlying cognitive processes rather than from deficits in perceiving facial emotions. This study also points to the need to address emotional evaluation separately from the ability




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