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mashton


Have your say on our future strategy

Fri 8 Nov 2019 2:14pm

Hi everyone

 

I'm Marie, Head of Marketing and Communications here at Ambitious about Autism.

 

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daniellafreestone


Looking for ASD university student participants!

Wed 6 Nov 2019 10:19am

Hello!

 

My name is Daniella and I’m currently in my final year of university at Leeds Beckett and I’m looking for people to take part in my online study for my dissertation. I am researching resilience levels in university students who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The title of my research project is:

 

Does resilience increase throughout university life in students with Autism Spectrum Disorder?

 

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Jess02


Employment - Autism

Wed 3 Jul 2019 12:26pm

Hello!

I am a Psychology student who is eager to further my knowledge and career in autism. I'm currently supporting a teenager with autism and I also work as a support worker with people with disabilities.

I am currently working on my dissertation which will look at the experiences of adults with autism in employment. (This research has Ethical approval from my university).

There's limited research on work experience among individuals with autism. So, please if you would like to know more about my research or take part, please feel free to contact me!

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Participants required for an online experiment about music and emotions (University of Bristol).

Mon 24 Jun 2019 12:13pm

Hello! I hope everyone is well.

I am a postgraduate student researcher, conducting some research about music and emotions. I am looking for autistic adults who would like to take part in a short online experiment looking at the perception and expression of musical emotions. The research is focussed on the possible use of music as a useful tool for some individuals who may have difficulty understanding or labelling emotions in the self and in others. 

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PolymniaBouza


[Questionnaire] Relationship between Autism, Tactile Sensitivity and Social Impairments

Mon 10 Jun 2019 3:06pm

I am a Masters student at Newcastle University (Foundations in Clinical Psychology) and as part of my dissertation project I created a questionnaire in order to look at the relationship between Autism, tactile sensitivity and social/communication impairments. In order to complete the questionnaire, you need be over 18 and have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The questionnaire is anonymous and will only be used for the purpose of this study. 

 

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lanyi.julia


Does your child have autism spectrum disorder?

Mon 20 May 2019 3:37pm

Hi Everyone,

I am an ABA tutor working with children with autism and completing my research on the side. We are looking for participants to fill out our survey on the link below and help us understand more about autism and co-occurring challenges.

We are looking for you, if your child has a diagnosis of autism and is between age 3-18 years. You can take part in this study if your child has any co-occurring challenges as well as if she/he doesn’t have.

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Eleanor Gay


Participants required for an online survey about Autism & Social Media Use

Mon 20 May 2019 6:34am

Hello,

I'm Elly and I'm a Psychology student at the University of East London.

I also have a sibling with autism.



About the research:

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Cat Ferris


We Need An Education - please complete our survey

Wed 19 Sep 2018 4:00pm

Hi everybody,

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Sho


MSc - Survey on the effects and efficacy of post-diagnostic support for parents of autism

Wed 22 Aug 2018 8:40am

Assessment of post-diagnostic support for parents of children with ASD


I am an MSc Student of Research Methods in Psychology at Swansea University, and currently I am conducting research for my dissertation.

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