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Self-Regulation and Autism Study- Seattle Pacific University

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Researchers at Seattle Pacific University are looking for children ages 3-6:11 years with autism spectrum disorders and typically developing boys for a study of self-regulation skills. Self-regulation skills, such as attention and the regulation of behavior and emotion, are important for success in educational and social situations. We ask children to complete a variety of tasks over two sessions. The tasks require them to follow a 3-step verbal directions. If you would like to learn more information about our research study, please contact Julie Schonenfield-McNeill, M.A. at (206)619-9690 or mcneij1@spu.edu. Study Investigators: Beverley J. Wilson, Ph.D. Seattle Pacific University 3307 Third Ave. West, Suite 109 Seattle, WA 98119-1922 Julie Schoenfield-McNeill, M.A. (206)619-9690 mcneij1@spu.edu Meredith Will, M.A. (513)312-9710 nelsonm1@spu.edu IRB Number: 080902046R Valid Through: 9/01/2012

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