As we enter our teenager years, our social relationships become more complex and demanding. We understand that this period can be a stressful time for adolescents, including those on the autism spectrum.
This Curtin University study aims to explore how teenagers with AND without autism perceive different situations through a series of picture and Virtual Reality (VR) eye-tracking tasks. It also explores how teenagers can be supported in talking about things that have happened to them.
Participants must meet the following criteria:
- Be aged 13-17 years old
- Have a diagnosis or autism OR be a typically developing teenager
- Be able to read and write in English
There’ll be a $20 Coles/Myer gift card as a token of appreciation for your time.
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