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Figure 1. From: Speech-sound-selective auditory impairment in children with autism: They can perceive but do not attend.

The auditory sensory ERPs elicited by the repetitive “standard” sounds in the children with autism and in the controls in the vowel (Top), complex-tone (Middle), and simple-tone (Bottom) conditions. There was a tendency for the P1 peak to be smaller in children with autism as compared with that of the controls.

R. Čeponienė, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003 April 29;100(9):5567-5572.
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Figure 2. From: Speech-sound-selective auditory impairment in children with autism: They can perceive but do not attend.

The deviant-minus-standard difference waves in children with autism and in the controls, obtained in the vowel (Top), complex-tone (Middle), and simple-tone (Bottom) conditions. There were no significant group differences in the MMN amplitude. In contrast, the P3a response was absent in children with autism, but in the vowel condition only.

R. Čeponienė, et al. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2003 April 29;100(9):5567-5572.

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