Spectrumnews.org: Study of recurring beeps supports 'magical world' theory of autism

Regular rhythm: Testing children’s brain responses to repeated sounds hints at how well they can predict events.

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Children with autism do not predict repeating sights and sounds, even after experiencing them dozens of times over a few minutes.

The findings support the ‘magical world’ hypothesis, in which an

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