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Predictors of Victimisation and Quality of Life of Autistic Women

25 June 2018

The study will investigate whether a number of risk and protective factors in childhood and adulthood may predict victimisation and quality of life of autistic women in adulthood. Differences will be compared among three groups:

• Women with an official diagnosis of autism/Asperger’s
• Women that self-identify as being on the autism spectrum
• Neurotypical women (i.e: not autistic)


Ethical approval

This project has been approved by the Victoria University Human Research Ethics Committee: ref HRE18-049

About the researcher

Hello! My name is Jane Mantzalas and I invite you to take part in a research project I’m doing as part of my Bachelor of Psychological Studies (Honours) degree.

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