University of Maryland studying behavioral and brain responses in children with autism
UMD Brain Study Group asked BrainCog to share information about an upcoming autism brain study. A team of researchers at the University of Maryland are conducting a neuroimaging study on social interaction:
This study may help researchers understand the neural mechanisms of social interaction and communication in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Understanding such mechanism could advance our understanding of ASD and potentially help shape future interventions.
Interested? Please click on this link to go to the participant contact form. A study team member will contact you to schedule a screening call to confirm that your child qualifies for this autism brain study: https://redcap.lib.umd.edu/surveys/?s=YYA73WJAAJ
The Brain Coach Blog is written by executive function coach Mary Turos. Based in Belair, MD, Mary is affectionately known as 'The Brain Coach" for her work helping people achieve harmony using strategies based in neuroscience.