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Screening assessment for social dysfunction disorders in childhood

Typically developing children aged 3-12 to participate in research around social functioning
Researchers at the Brain and Mind Centre are recruiting typically developing children aged between 3 and 12 to participate in research around social functioning.

Typically developing children aged 3-12 needed: Researchers at the Brain and Mind Centre are recruiting typically developing children aged between 3 and 12 to participate in research around social functioning. Typically developing children are invaluable to research as they provide insights into how social skills develop and what is different in disorders such as autism. Research is made fun and child-friendly.

Ethics approval number: 2013/341 

Eligibility

Inclusion criteria:
1. Typically developing 3-12 year old children
2. Caregiver consent

Exclusion criteria:
1. Diagnosed mental illness (e.g Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Other developmental disorders not specified)

 

How to participate

To register your interest for this study, please contact the ACTR team on 9114 4104 or click here to email