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Habitual thinking in Autism

31 January 2017

This project is about habitual/repetitive thinking in people with Autism because whilst repetitive behaviours, interests or activities are a core clinical feature of Autism, it seems that people with autism also think repetitively but this has not been researched thoroughly. Similarly, it has been suggested that people with autism think more visually than verbally, but again – this has not been tested. We are trying to plug this gap in the knowledge!

Requirements

  • Formal diagnosis of Autism / Asperger's / ASC / ASD / HFA
  • Aged 16+
  • Have an Android phone, Windows Phone or Iphone
  • Live locally to Bath, UK.

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by the University of Bath Psychology department ethics committee, approval number 16-318.

About the researcher

My name is Steph Calley and I am a research assistant at the University of Bath in the new Centre for Applied Autism Research.

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