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A Neuroimaging Study of Language in Autism

Research is currently underway at the Child & Family Research Institute (CFRI) to understand how people with autism process language. The study is being led by Dr. Anthony Bailey and conducted with the support of the Autism Research Group at CFRI.


The study is is looking for teenagers and young adults on the autism spectrum. Participants will be 14 to 30 years old, be right handed, live in the province of British Columbia, and have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder.
Participants must also speak English as their first language. Those who have dental braces, implants in the body or epilepsy should not volunteer for this study.


For further information, please visit:
http://www.cfri.ca/news/news/2014/04/23/new-study-how-do-people-with-aut...


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