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Observational learning of value in autism

Researchers at Royal Holloway, University of London are conducting a study into economic decision-making in autism. This study involves three computer-based tasks: two economic decision-making games (you will make decisions for yourself, and on behalf of two previous participants), and one block of personality questionnaires. This will take around 45 minutes. 

Details:

We are looking for:

Participants, who:

  • are aged between 16 and 30
  • have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum condition
  • can travel to RHUL's campus in Egham or their offices in Bloomsbury

Location:

  • London
  • South East

Expenses:

Participants will be paid around £8 in reimbursement, and entered into a prize draw to win an Amazon voucher. Reasonable travel expenses can also be paid, when agreed in advance.

Contact information:

For further information, please contact Louisa Thomas at louisa.thomas.2013@rhul.ac.uk.

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