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Predictors of social decision making in pre-adolescence
Who? Typically-developing and autistic kids (8 to 12 years old) What’s Involved? Online surveys, one MRI visit, one social interaction visit Time to Complete: 1 hour for online surveys, 2 two-hour visits Compensation: Up to $120 Topic: We seek to better predict how autistic and typically developing children interact with peers.
Cognitive and neural mechanisms of learning in adolescence
Who? Typically-developing and autistic teens (13 to 17 years old) What’s Involved? Online surveys, 2-3 in-person visits that include MRI Time to Complete: 1 hour online, up to 3 two-hour visits Compensation: Up to $170 Topic: We investigate how autistic and typically developing adolescents learn about people and new things.