Functional and dysfunctional brain circuits underlying emotional processing of music in autism spectrum disorders.

Abstract

Despite intersubject variability, dramatic impairments of socio-communicative skills are core features of autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). A deficit in the ability to express and understand emotions has often been hypothesized to be an important correlate of such impairments. Little is known about individuals with ASD's ability to sense emotions conveyed… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhr084

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@article{Caria2011FunctionalAD, title={Functional and dysfunctional brain circuits underlying emotional processing of music in autism spectrum disorders.}, author={Andrea Caria and Paola Venuti and Simona de Falco}, journal={Cerebral cortex}, year={2011}, volume={21 12}, pages={2838-49} }