Dinisha Parmar is a provisional psychologist at Deakin University (Burwood Campus) conducting a clinical trial with Professor Peter Enticott and Dr. Natalia Albein-Urios. They are conducting a clinical trial will investigate a new non-invasive brain stimulation technique called High-Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS) for individuals diagnosed with Asperger’s and Autism Spectrum Disorders who may find it difficult to appropriately adjust behaviours according to a changing environment or may find it challenging to manage emotional self-regulation strategies. For more information please see the flyer below.
*** RESEARCH *** “WHAT DO YOU SEE, WHEN DRIVING WITH ASD?” (Ethics approval number: S/16/985) Learning to Drive? Level 1 or 2 Autism? Asperger’s Syndrome? 16-24 years old? OR Parent (or legal guardian) of a young adult who meets the above criteria? We welcome you to: Participate in a survey. Drive in a simulator. Give us some feedback on your experience. For further information contact Clara at firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 5430 1165
Researchers at the University of Queensland invite older adults with high functioning autism (aged 50+ years) and their family members or partners to participate in a research project on ageing and autism. This project will be investigating ageing, social functioning and anxiety in older adults with high functioning autism spectrum conditions (ASC). Research Aim To investigate changes across the lifespan in the social and emotional functioning of older adults (aged 50+ years) with high functioning autism spectrum condition (ASC), and in doing so to improve our understanding of ageing on the autism spectrum. Background There has been very little research […]
For more information please contact: Brisbane – Sharon Hinton University of Queesnland email@example.com Melbourne – Lindsay Pamment Melbourne Uni (Parkville) firstname.lastname@example.org Cameras will be dropped off and picked up for parent, so no travel is required.
Description of the Research Project If you are at least 18 years old, you are invited to participate in a survey on communication within the close relationships of people with Asperger’s Syndrome, which will contribute to a better understanding of communication within these relationships. This research project is being undertaken as part of the requirements of a PhD at Edith Cowan University. It should take approximately 10 minutes to complete all sections of the survey.Your participation is completely voluntary. Although unlikely, while participating in this survey, you may feel some slight discomfort or embarrassment if contemplating negative concerns. Should this occur, […]