Investigating Social Patterns in Youth (I-SPY)

Research Study

The Social Competence and Treatment Lab at Stony Brook University is recruiting children ages 11-17 with and without an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The I-SPY study investigates the role that different factors play in kids’ and teens’ “real world” social functioning. The study consists of a few short visits to our lab, one of which includes a pizza party! The data collected will help us to better understand how effective social competence develops, and to create more effective and precise treatments for youth on the Autism Spectrum

Please contact us at the email or number below for questions and how to participate! 



Phone: 631-631-7857


Published on: Oct 17, 2019 @ 15:26