Autism Spectrum Australia

Take part in a study

The research projects below have been approved by the Aspect Research Approvals Committee to advertise for participants via the Aspect website and Aspect social media.

If you are interested in taking part in any of these studies and would like to learn more, please follow the links shown below.
 
Please note that many of these projects are not conducted by Aspect, and do not form part of Aspect's research program. If you have an enquiry or concern about any of these studies, please contact the institutions responsible for conducting the research.

 

Interacting with people on the autism spectrum 

Conversations with people on the autism spectrum: a survey of conversation partner perceptions

Children (0-18 years) on the autism spectrum 

The Australian Autism Biobank

Promoting bone and gut health in children on the autism spectrum

Neuropsychological and learning processes in young children on the autism spectrum 

The role of the oxytocin receptor gene in modulating anxiety and social behaviour in neurodevelopmental and anxiety disorders

Touch screen technology as a medium for delivering interventions for children on the autism spectrum

Stress and coping in teenagers on the autism spectrum: an online survey

The social and emotional well-being of children and adolescents on the autism spectrum (without intellectual disability) 

Westmead Feelings Program pilot study for adolescents with a co-diagnosis of autism and mild intellectual disability

Young adults and adolescents

Longitudinal study of Australian students with autism (LASA)

Longitudinal study of Australian school leavers and their families

Stress and coping in teenagers on the autism spectrum: an online survey

The social and emotional well-being of children and adolescents on the autism spectrum (without intellectual disability) 

Westmead Feelings Program pilot study for adolescents with a co-diagnosis of autism and mild intellectual disability

Parents, carers and family life

Improving our understanding of life in adulthood for people on the autism spectrum

Longitudinal study of Australian school leavers and their families

Adult life on the autism spectrum

Improving our understanding of life in adulthood for people on the autism spectrum

The role of the oxytocin receptor gene in modulating anxiety and social behaviour in neurodevelopmental and anxiety disorders

Neurological examination of high functioning autism spectrum adults: a pilot study​

Living with type 1 diabetes and intellectual disability 

Workplaces - adults and employers

Currently, there are no studies about workplaces. 

Teaching, teachers and autism professionals

Student-focused planning for students with autism spectrum disorder: Knowledge, perspectives and experiences

 

 

 

 

Take part in a study