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Social Computations in Autism with Neuroimaging

What's the study about?

We are interested in learning more about social decision-making in individuals on the autism spectrum.

Who can participate?

  • 18-50 years old
  • Diagnosed with autism
  • No metal in your body


What will participants be doing?

Study participation would include two in-person visits (an EEG, a cognitive test, and an fMRI) and some surveys.

Why is this important?

Understanding how individuals on the spectrum make decisions in social situations is beneficial to help tailor interventions to specifically address those differences.

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