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Autism and Sleep Quality

What's the study about?

The aim of this study is to understand the ways in which autistic individuals form impressions of their own personalities with respect to other people and how this relates to sleep quality, overall health, and well-being.

Who can participate?

males and females, ages 12-65, with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or Asperger’s Syndrome

What will participants be doing?

multiple choice questions, with approximately 30 minutes time commitment.

Why is this important?

This study will help to understand the complex relationship between autism, sleep quality, and overall health and wellness.

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