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STUDY

Experiences with and attitudes toward interventions used in Autism

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

You are invited to share your valuable experiences and views regarding your child’s, or your own, unique journey navigating support services for autism.

The aim of this research is to better understand your decision-making surrounding support options for your child or for yourself.

This research is funded by Deakin University, Melbourne and is being undertaken as part of a Doctor of Philosophy (Cognitive Neuroscience). 

Survey and study details can be accessed via this link: https://researchsurveys.deakin.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_7VW1OtyGEMqXVqe

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Contact Nina

STUDY

Predictors of everyday mental health fluctuations in young adults on the autism spectrum

DEAKIN UNIVERSITY
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

Are you a young person on the autism spectrum?

Young adults on the autism spectrum are at four-fold risk of developing mental health problems such as depression and anxiety with more research needed into everyday real time changes to their mental health.

The study is seeking 50 young adults (18-30 years old) on the autism spectrum to fill out a battery of several online assessments as well as use our youth-friendly app for a period of 15 days to record daily emotional changes.

Participants will be reimbursed $60 (AUD).

Contact Natalia

SURVEY

Good Mental Healthcare
Barriers and Experiences of Australian Adults

LA TROBE UNIVERSITY
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

What is this study about?
Researchers from Latrobe University want to hear about your experiences of mental healthcare. Do you want professional care? What are the barriers to getting care? How good is the care you receive? How should mental healthcare be improved in Australia?
You can be non-autistic or autistic (diagnosed or self-identified).

Click or scan the QR Code to go straight to the survey.
Suvey Link QR Code

STUDY

How autistic youth differ by gender when estimating their own academic ability.

QUEENS UNIVERSITY
ONTARIO, CANADA

What is this study about?
This study is looking at how autistic youth differ by gender when estimating their own academic ability. Participants will complete several questionnaires and a math and verbal task. Participants will also be compensated for their time.

Looking for females aged 9-18 diagnosed with ASD!

If you are interested in participating in this study please contact the organiser for more information.

STUDY

Does repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), compared to sham rTMS, improve social communication in adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)?

UQ Child Health Research Centre
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA

What is this study about?

This project will investigate whether a potential new intervention called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) could be useful for people on the autism spectrum. TMS is a safe and non-invasive means of stimulating nerve cells in a particular part of the brain via the administration of brief magnetic pulses. TMS has been developed for a range of conditions, including depression. In the current study, TMS will be delivered to a region of the brain that is known to contribute to social communication and cognition.

Looking for 150 participants aged 14-40 with ASD (recruiting nationally)

If you are interested in participating in this study please contact the organiser for more information.