Researchers at Seattle Children’s are looking for caregivers of 2 to 12 year old children without autism spectrum disorder or challenging behaviors (e.g., aggression, destruction) that require intervention to take part in an online survey study and an optional in-person EEG visit. Parents will be compensated with a $50 gift card for completing the questionnaires and a $50 gift card for completing the in-person visit.
What are the goals of the study?
The goal of this study is to study parent and child problem-solving and emotions in an intervention that includes parents.
What will happen during the visit or online?
Parents will complete an online survey (about 30 minutes) about their and their child’s problem-solving and emotions and in a one-time in-person EEG and cognitive visit that includes problem-solving and other tasks.
How will this help families?
The study is being done to learn more about parents’ emotion and mental processes.
Would the study be a good fit for me?
This study might be a good fit for you if:
• Parents are ≥18 years of age
• Parents read English or Spanish
• At least one of your children is aged 2 to 12 vears
• Are the biological parent for a child and neither you, your child, or your child’s first or second-degree relatives have:
• A Neurodevelopmental Disorder (e.g., Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, a learning disability)
• Prenatal alcohol exposure or Psychosis
• Challenging behaviors that have required intervention
• Are free of current or historical neurological, psychiatric, or other conditions that significantly impact daily living (e.g., traumatic brain injury, stroke, schizophrenia, current substance abuse)
View the study flyer here.
To learn more about the study, contact the study coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research Study Website
University of Washington Center on Human Development and Disability