Early First-person Awareness in Typical and Atypical Development.

Study Overview

The purpose of this study is to better understand how children with ASD and children with typical development attend to, perceive, and process information pertaining to self-generated action, and if these abilities are associated with social cognitive, behavioral, and sensory processing difficulties.

Study Description

The purpose of this study is to investigate how the experience with self-generated movements contributes to social cognitive development particularly in early childhood in children (2 to 8 years of age) with ASD and a control group of typically developing children via an examination of children?s understanding of first-person information (self-generated movement).

Additional Information

This study takes place in Columbus, IN.

Participants will be paid for their participation.

  • IRB Number: 1405154387
  • Research Study Identifier: TX4605
  • Principal Investigator: Mark Jaime

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