Last Updated: Monday, May 13, 2013
Principal Investigator: Blythe A. Corbett, Ph.D.
Adolescence is filled with social interaction, social comparison, and performing for peers. These social engagements may be more stressful for teenagers with autism than their typically developing peers. We invite 13-17 year old boys and girls with and without autism to participate in our research about how teenagers interact with each other.
Participation involves 3 visits to the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center:
Boys and girls age 13-17 years with autism or typical development
$20 for each visit
3 visits to the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center, between 1 and 2 ½ hours each
David Simon, B.A.
7-14 year old boys and girls with autism disorder or typical developmentCompensation: Yes
Children with Autism Spectrum disorder with no intellectual disability ages 8 to 16Compensation: Yes
Families whose first language is Spanish and who have a child diagnosed with Autism.
Padres cuyos primer idioma es el español que tienen un hijo/a con el autismo.Compensation: Yes
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