Adolescent Social Skills Research Study: Penn State University

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Adolescent Social Skills Research Study: Penn State University

This study, conducted by the Laboratory of Developmental Neuroscience at Penn State University, is looking to improve social skills in adolescents with autism through an interactive social skills game. 

Participants must be between the ages of 10-17, have Autism Spectrum Disorder, be able to use computers, read and travel to Penn State University Park for up to 3 visits. 

For more information about this study and research opportunity, contact Sara Carlson: 814-863-5626, or check out their website: 


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