An online Asperger research conducted by an Asperger

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Joined: 23 Sep 2009
Age: 39
Gender: Male
Posts: 567
Location: Rome - Italy

02 Aug 2015, 9:51 am

Hi, I'm David!
It's been a long time since I last wrote in this forum. I was pretty busy taking a degree in psychology and funding and growing my own Asperger association in Italy
But I'll be always glad to wrongplanet because it helped me a lot when I was fresh diagnosed.
Now I live in Germany and I'm doing a PhD in Learning Science inside the Neurocognitive Psychology Laboratory at LMU University.
My main research topic is the eterogeneity within the Autistic Spectrum and the non-social correlate of Theory of Mind.
I've made on my association portal an online testing portal and I would like your help participating and recruiting Neurotypicals people!
You can see the instruction below for the first research:

The users need to register and they can access and share their results whenever they want.
This kind of research is pretty new, because you'll be asked to complete also "experimental tasks" directly online.
I think it's important, not only for the results, but because it can demonstrate that is possible to conduct research within the autistic community!

Here is the research link:

Thank you very much,

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