Autism traits, musical ability, and foreign language emotion recognition

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Past research indicates that music and speech share universal prosodic cues, which are encoded through domain-general emotion processing mechanisms. However, individuals with high levels of autism traits display emotion recognition impairments in speech and not in music. This could be due to the importance of domain-specific processing mechanisms and culturally specific information in emotion reco...

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