Social behavior in children with disruption to the social brain: Does social communication play a role?

Research Study
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are looking to recruit parents/caregivers of children between the ages of 6-18 years old with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

About This Study: Your involvement will be approximately 45-60 minutes, and is completely virtual. You will be compensated with a gift-card for your time! This is a study to learn about the role of social communication on social behavior in children with disruption to the social brain (i.e., children with ASD, traumatic brain injury, or who are at risk for psychosis) reported by parents/caregivers. Participants will be asked to complete an intake phone-call (about 10-15 minutes), and to fill out online questionnaires regarding their child’s social communication and social behavior abilities (about 30-45 minutes).

Contact: For more information about this study, or to volunteer for this study, please contact: Libby Crook at 216-282-6037 or libby.crook@case.edu or Dr. Sarah Hope Lincoln at sarahhope.lincoln@case.edu.

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Published on: Jun 11, 2021 at 07:42

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