Amy Augustyn

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Speakers with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) show difficulties in suprasegmental aspects of speech production, or prosody, those aspects of speech that accompany words and sentences and create what is commonly called "tone of voice." However, little is known about the perception of prosody, or about the specific aspects of prosodic production that result(More)
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are a group of severe neuropsychiatric conditions characterized by disturbances in social, cognitive, and communicative function that are not fully explained by developmental level. Although most of these disorders are associated with depressed cognitive and language functioning, an estimated 20%–40% of individuals with(More)
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