Camouflaging in Autism and Other Conditions

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The primary objective of this study is to measure camouflaging behaviors (i.e., behaviors that hide autistic symptoms) and social compensation (i.e., behaviors that explicitly support social interaction) in individuals with and without ASD using an online self-report questionnaire - the CAT-Q.

Eligibility & Criteria

IRB #:
22-020230
Official Title:
Investigating Camouflaging Behaviors in Individuals with Autism, Typical Development, or Other Psychiatric/Neurodevelopmental Conditions: An Online Study
Study Phase:
Not Applicable
Eligible Age Range:
8 - 17 Years
Gender:
All
Study Categories:

Visit Criteria

Participants will complete questionnaires online. Parents will complete 4 online surveys and the child will complete 1 online survey. To participate in the study, participants will be asked to consent to use prior clinical assessments, questionnaires, audio recordings, and video recordings collected at CAR for research purposes in the current study.