Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

How Children Play

Last Updated: Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Principal Investigator: Blythe A. Corbett, Ph.D.

Description

Social play is important for children with autism spectrum disorders. We invite 7-14 year old boys and girls with autism or typical development to be part of our research about how children play together!

Participation involves 3-5 visits to Vanderbilt University:

  • Psychological Testing (1-2 hours), get $20
  • Social Interaction or play! (1 hour), get $20
  • ** Research MRI (2 hours), get gift cards for your child**
  • **Hormone administration with blood draws (2 hours)**

** We are not currently colllecting these data.

A great way to learn about science and help other kids!

Participant Criteria

7-14 year old boys and girls with autism disorder or typical development. Children need some verbal ability to be able to participate in the study.

Compensation

Up to $100

Visit Requirements

3-5 visits

Brochure

Download Brochure

Contact Information

Blythe Corbett, Ph.D.
(615)-936-0280
SENSELab@vanderbilt.edu

Want to Participate in this Study?

Enter your name and contact information and this study's coordinators will contact you if there are openings available.

 
 
(Optional)

Blythe A. Corbett, Ph.D. needs participants for these other studies.

Visit this investigator's people page to list all of their studies together.