The current study sought to check the global-id and regional-emotion processing hypothesis in encounter perception by examining psychological interference in experience notion in youngsters with high-performing autism/Asperger’s syndrome. Individuals judged both the expression or the id of faces even though identification/expression was both held continual or varied (Garner paradigm). The final results unveiled that emotional expressions interfered with identity processing in encounter notion for autism spectrum disorder folks. Used collectively with prior conclusions, our results recommend that emotion judgment mainly is dependent on neighborhood processing, although identity judgment primarily depends on international processing. Autism Res 2012, ••: ••–••. © 2012 Intercontinental Modern society for Autism Analysis, Wiley Periodicals, Inc.