Research

Autism and Pica

Dean Alexander, Ph.D., discusses pica, the ingestion of non-food substances, which has received insufficient attention as a common, sometimes lethal, form of self-injurious behavior. He discusses the

Autism and Pica2023-11-02T15:15:28-05:00

The Complexities of Establishing Evidence-Based Interventions for Autism

Giacomo Vivanti, Ph.D., dives into the complexities of establishing evidence-based autism interventions. He describes the ever-changing state of intervention literature, noting that autistic individuals still experience health inequalities.

The Complexities of Establishing Evidence-Based Interventions for Autism2024-01-22T14:35:26-05:00

Delayed and Missed Diagnoses of Autistic Women

Hannah Belcher, Ph.D., Autistic researcher, speaker, and author, discusses the often late and missed diagnosis of autistic females. She dives into the gender gap inherent in autism research,

Delayed and Missed Diagnoses of Autistic Women2024-01-22T14:46:23-05:00

Behavioral and Brain Signatures of Autism in Females

Kaustubh Supekar, Ph.D., examines recent findings about gender/sex differences in autism phenotypes and brain organization. He highlights the underrepresentation of females in autism and underscores the need for

Behavioral and Brain Signatures of Autism in Females2022-10-04T10:39:08-05:00

Autism and Eating-Related Behaviors

Gregory Wallace, Ph.D., discusses eating-related behaviors in autism. He examines potential drivers of food neophobia and presents novel studies on the cognitive/behavioral correlates of eating in the absence

Autism and Eating-Related Behaviors2022-08-11T10:23:03-05:00

Autism Research: Nothing About Me Without Me

Dr. Wenn Lawson discusses “nothing about us without us” and capacity building to enable the benefits of participatory research co-production. He differentiates traditional, participatory, and co-production research methodologies

Autism Research: Nothing About Me Without Me2023-11-02T15:08:24-05:00
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