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Recently Completed Studies

Auditory Processing Of Sound Patterns In Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Neuroscientists are trying to understand how people with autism process sounds in the environment and how this might relate to their social and repetitive behaviors.
  • Many scientists have suggested that people with autism might have different responses to unexpected sounds than people without autism. They wonder if this is why people with autism may have more difficulty with communication and prefer predictable environments.

Modular Approach For Autism Programming In Schools (MAAPS)

We studied how to best support educators who have students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in their classrooms to use practices that research has shown to be effective.

Parent Engagement Strategies Review

Families of young children with different disabilities are often asked to participate in interventions for their children. We studied the strategies that were most effective at keeping parents involved in these kinds of programs.

Parent Training For Feeding Problems In Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Researchers studied a parent training program to help with feeding and mealtime problems that are common for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).