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Major depression may be associated with abnormal perception of emotions and impairment in social adaptation. Emotion recognition from body language and its possible implications to social adjustment have not been examined in patients with depression. Three groups of participants (51 with depression; 68 with history of depression in remission; and 69 never depressed healthy volunteers) were compared on static and dynamic tasks of emotion recognition from body language. Psychosocial adjustmentdoi:10.1016/j.psychres.2013.03.001 pmid:23608159 pmcid:PMC3935379 fatcat:shca3lo5xbfzxebwtsbkohiahu