Do listeners with and without autism have similar mental representations of speech and song?

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Abstract: Speech and song may be represented differently within a listener, but it is unclear whether these representations are consistent across listeners. We reason that differences in listeners’ perceptual ability in acoustic cues relevant to speech and song (e.g., pitch and duration) may have a cascading effect on their underlying mental representations. We investigated this using an auditory ...

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