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 Why do people with autism speak in a monotone voice?

Answer Not all of them do. Autism is much to broad a diagnosis for this kink of generalization.
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Do most people think people with autism are dumb?

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Why do people with autism isolate themselves?

They do not "choose" to isolate themselves. It is caused by something in the brain, I think.
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Are there colleges for people with autism?

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