University of Manitoba Online ASD Study
Posted: May 4, 2015 in General Autism News
Are you between the ages of 10 and 17 years?
Would you like to participate in a research study looking at how children and teenagers use the Internet?
The University of Manitoba Psychology Department is looking for children and teenagers, who have been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, and children and teenagers who do not have a diagnosis of any kind, to participate in an online study about their online behaviours. The University of Manitoba is doing this study so that they can learn about the experiences of children and teenagers with technology (e.g., the Internet and cell phones), bullying, and cyberbullying. With permission from a parent, candidates will complete an online questionnaire that takes about 30-90 minutes to complete. Parents are also asked to answer some questions. Candidates will be eligible to win a $50 Amazon gift card for participating!
To complete the study, please click on the link below (or copy and paste the link into your browser). No login is required.
This research has been approved by the University of Manitoba Psychology Research Ethics Board and is being conducted by Brett Holfeld (PhD) of the Department of Psychology, University of Victoria, and Dr. Janine Montgomery and Dr. Brenda Stoesz of the Social Cognition Laboratory, Department of Psychology, University of Manitoba.
For more information, visit: http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~montgom0/index_files/Page1841.htm