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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. 


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


  • London
  • South East


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

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