Autism and Food Selectivity Research Study
March 28, 2022
Food selectivity is sometimes observed in individuals with autism.
Researchers from Kean University are seeking professionals in the field of applied behavior analysis with experience treating individuals with autism.
The purpose of this research survey study is to investigate if the procedures found effective in my literature review as part of my Master’s thesis are being used to treat individuals with autism and how effective the procedures are perceived by those use them in educational and clinical settings.
Questions? Contact Julia Muscat at 201.562.2620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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For more information and a comprehensive list of potential benefits and risks of participating, please contact the investigators. For helpful information on being an informed research participant, please visit the Organization for Autism Research’s (OAR) Parent’s Guide to Research. Appendix B provides a list of questions to ask prior to participation and overviews your rights as a research participant.