Considers the emergence of the social emotions (pride, empathy, embarrassment, and guilt) in children with autism as well as factors associated with their emergence. Possible limitations to the understanding of social emotions for children with autism and the effect of these limitations on their social relationships are considered. That authors also discuss whether and how children with autism might engage in compensatory strategies.
|Original language||American English|
|Title of host publication||Development and Autism: Perspectives from Theory and Research|
|Editors||Jacob A Burack, Tony Charman, Nurit Yirmiya, Philip R Zelazo|
|State||Published - 2001|