Studies Related to Intellectual and developmental disabilities current as of Friday, August 23, 2019

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Do you have a son or daughter with Fragile X syndrome in or entering the last year of high school?

Looking For:

Young adult with Fragile X syndrome in or entering the last year of high school

Compensation:
Yes


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Does your child like to play computer games?

Looking For:

Children 8 to 17 with ASD or who are typically developing who:

are likely to be comfortable working on a computer for about an hour

Are willing to wear a “stretchy hat” (EEG cap) while watching a video;

can physically respond to computer tasks

have normal or corrected-to-normal vision and hearing

Compensation:
See description for details: compensation in the form of gift cards


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Does your child show challenging behavior?

Looking For:
Children ages 10-15 who have diagnoses like autism spectrum disorder or intellectual disability. We are also seeking children without a diagnosis who may get upset or aggressive (hitting, yelling) when they are frustrated.

Compensation:
Families will be given a $100 Amazon gift card for participating.


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Music in Children and Families Online Survey Study

Looking For:
Parent of a child 6 months to 5 years of age

Compensation:

Participants can enter a lottery to win (1/30 chance) a $25 Amazon gift card for their participation.


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Parent-Child Music Class from The SeRENADe Project: Social and Rhythmic Engagement (Typically Developing Child)

Looking For:
Children 2-4 years old, with and without autism spectrum disorder, and their parents who are interested in participating in a research study involving small group, weekly parent-child music classes.

Compensation:
Up to $50 for completion of all study activities and music classes at no cost to families.


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Participate in Baby Research at Vanderbilt!

Looking For:
Infants with Down syndrome (ages 4-36 months old)

Compensation:
$20/hour at each study visit


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Perspective on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Looking For:
Augmentative and Alternative Communication Users and Parents

Compensation:
You will be entered into a random drawing for one of five $20 gift cards


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Reading and Listening Comprehension in Down Syndrome

Looking For:
Individuals with Down syndrome, 10 to 22 years old

Compensation:
Participants will receive up to $50 as compensation for their time


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Sensory Perception in Infant Siblings at Risk for ASD

Looking For:

Younger Siblings (between 4-18 months old) of children with and without autism and their parent

Compensation:
Families will be compensated for their time and get the results of the testing.


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Skill Building For Infants With Down Syndrome

Looking For:

Children with Down syndrome 6 months to 5 years old

Compensation:
Families will receive $25.00 and a small toy for their time upon completion of the study


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SPARK: Simons Foundation Powering Autism Research for Knowledge

Looking For:

If you or your child has a professional diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and you live in the United States, we invite you to join SPARK.

Compensation:
Individuals with autism will receive gift cards valued at up to a total of $50 for participation.


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Vanderbilt Down Syndrome Research Registry

Looking For:
Any child or adult with Down syndrome

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Young Children’s Speech Development

Looking For:
Children who are 3 to 6 years of age who may or may not have speech articulation difficulties

Compensation:
Participants will receive up to $10 as compensation for their time.


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Research Match
ResearchMatch.org is a free and safe national website that matches research volunteers with researchers looking for participants. Registries for Autism and Intellectual Disabilities are now available on ResearchMatch. Everyone is welcome to join, regardless of age, or condition. Visit www.researchmatch.org to learn more and to join today.