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CAR Research Studies
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The purpose of this study is to understand how children and adolescents respond to different emotions and social situations.
Parents and their child between 16 and 21 on the autism spectrum are both asked to partner with us for this study as we learn more about the decisions you make about transportation, including driving. We also hope to learn about how transportation influences quality of life and other outcomes.
The purpose of this research study is to test how well a common, standardized quality of life tool measures quality of life among children on the autism spectrum who are minimally verbal or have an intellectual disability.
The goal of this project is to work with CHOP families to build a database of volunteers who will help move science forward, faster.
Dr. William Gaetz. has partnered with pediatric neurologist, Dr. Eric Marsh and neuropsychologist, Dr. Lisa Blaskey to better understand Epilepsy in children who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
ECHO is a nationwide research program whose mission is to improve the health of children for generations to come.
This study will recruit 400 participants to take an anonymous online survey about how police officers and people from the autism community feel about interacting with each other.
The purpose of this research study is to examine relationships between brain and behavior development in toddlers with and without autism who have older siblings.
The goal of this study is to track the early development of infants with an older sibling, so we can better understand how autism develops.
This study is being done to understand how the brain of autistic adolescents and adults process sound and language. We hope the information gained from this study may lead to future therapies for language difficulties in autistic individuals.