We believe that individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their first-degree relatives do not process sound the same way people without autism or Asperger’s syndrome process sound. This study tried to discover the mechanisms for this difference by studying the relevant areas of the brain.


“Neuromagnetic Beta-Band Oscillations during Motor Imitation in Youth with Autism” Buard I., Kronberg E., Steinmetz S., Hepburn S., & Rojas D.C. (2018).

Gamma-band abnormalities as markers of autism spectrum disorders.” Rojas D.C., & Wilson L. B. (2014).

Altered oscillation patterns and connectivity during picture naming in autism.” Buard I., Rogers S.J., Hepburn S., Kronberg E., Rojas D.C. (2013).

“Transient and steady-state auditory gamma-band responses in first-degree relatives of people with autism spectrum disorder.” Rojas D.C., Teale P.D., Maharajh K., Kronberg E., Youngpeter K., Wilson L.B., Wallace A., Hepburn S. (2011).