Atypical Gaze Predictive of Later Autism Symptoms and Adaptive Functioning

Research Study

My name is Sarah Tuberman and I am a student at California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University – San Diego. I am studying ways that children look at objects and their hands/fingers, and how these behaviors might be related to later autism symptoms and daily functioning.
The purpose of the research is to learn if there are special ways that young children look at objects and their hands/fingers that might be linked to autism symptoms, and how they manage their everyday lives.
Parents who have children with autism as well as parents who do not have children with autism are welcome to participate.

Participation in this study will take approximately 30 to 50 minutes to complete.
To participate in the study please go to

Your information will remain entirely anonymous and will not be shared with any other researchers.
You will have a chance to enter into an Opportunity Drawing to win one of eight $60 Amazon gift certificates for your participation.

If you have any questions please contact Sarah Tuberman, M.A., at (858) 863-7994 or

This research will be supervised by Alan Lincoln, Ph.D. and has been approved by Alliant International University Institutional Review Board.