Autism and pedantic speech

Posted by: alisrowe, November 14, 2021

It is often said that people with autism have ‘pedantic speech’. Pedantic speech refers to ‘an overly formal speaking style that is inappropriate to the conversational setting. It can be characterized by didactic patterns of prosody and very precise articulation, as well as unnecessarily complex vocabulary.’

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