Development of Personal Choice in AdolescentsResearch Question:
How do personal choice and autonomy develop in adolescents? In particular, how do
these develop in autistic adolescents?
Basic Study Information
Purpose:Study Reference #: 00007602
In this online study, a parent and their adolescent will independently complete brief
surveys. The adolescent will complete their survey first, and it may take up to 15
minutes. Afterwards, the parent will complete their survey, which may take up to 20
minutes. We hope this research will lead to expanding resources that support autonomy
and independence as adolescents transition into adulthood.
Lead Researcher (Principal Investigator)
Study Contact InformationStudy Coordinator: Rachel Young
Additional Study Details
Eligibility: Adolescents must be between 12 and 17 years old and be fluent in English.
They can be autistic or non-autistic. They cannot have an intellectual disability.
They should be able to complete the survey independently (audio support is provided
for children who are not strong readers).
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