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npj Digital Medicine
Social interaction deficits are evident in many psychiatric conditions and specifically in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but hard to assess objectively. We present a digital tool to automatically quantify biomarkers of social interaction deficits: the simulated interaction task (SIT), which entails a standardized 7-min simulated dialog via video and the automated analysis of facial expressions, gaze behavior, and voice characteristics. In a study with 37 adults with ASD without intellectualdoi:10.1038/s41746-020-0227-5 pmid:32140568 pmcid:PMC7048784 fatcat:j5eop25lkbhn3kzi6cwbbeood4