Is Prosody to Blame? High-Functioning Autistic Children Parse Syntactically Ambiguous Utterances with Prosodic Cues.

Schwartz, Sophie E.

Prosody, the melody and rhythm of language, is widely reported as abnormal in those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) (McCann & Pepp��, 2003). Previously published studies report that typically developing adults, children, and even infants rely on prosody to provide additionally relevant information that is not evident from language structures (i.e. words, grammar, et... read more

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