Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive Inflexibility

Research Study
This study is being conducted to better understand core behavioral and neural mechanisms associated with cognitive inflexibility in autistic and non-autistic individuals. Through the use of self- and parent-report questionnaires, testing, structured activities and electroencephalogram (EEG), we would like to investigate different ways in which cognitive inflexibility relates to differences in social, emotional development and behaviors.

This study will take place over the course of two sessions, each lasting about two to three hours. In the first session, parents will complete consent forms and their children work onsite with a trained researcher on a variety of assessments, including: IQ, cognitive functioning, autism assessments, and behavioral assessments. At the first session, participants will also receive parent and child self report measures. During the second session, your child will complete several tasks including an EEG assessment.

Participants will receive a $50 Amazon gift card for your time.

Published on: Dec 23, 2022 at 9:40

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