Participate in Research!

“As an undergraduate student in psychology, I was taught that multiple personalities were a very rare and bizarre disorder. That is all that I was taught on ... It soon became apparent that what I had been taught was simply not true. Not only was I meeting people with multiplicity; these individuals entering my life were normal human beings with much to offer. They were simply people who had endured more than their share of pain in this life and were struggling to make sense of it.”

― Deborah Bray Haddock, The Dissociative Identity Disorder Sourcebook

DID Research

Ongoing Studies

Dissociation in Autism Spectrum Disorders

 

How do individuals on the autism spectrum experience dissociation, and what increases their risk of dissociation? Help us understand the link between autism and dissociation by participating in our study. You will fill out a survey which can be found at https://gatech.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9SQdCfxfwmRP6tf and will take less than 45 minutes to complete. You will not be directly compensated for your participation, but results may improve our understanding of autism and lead to better treatment for the symptoms that autistic individuals report struggling with. To participate in this study, you must be 18+ years of age and diagnosed with or suspected to have an autism spectrum disorder. If you have any questions about this study, please contact Katherine Reuben at (678) 778-9560 or katherine.reuben@gatech.edu or contact Dr. Christopher Stanzione at (404) 894-2680 or christopher.stanzione@psych.gatech.edu.

 

 

 

 

Policy on Research Related Requests

 

This site welcomes opportunities to help researchers with potential or ongoing projects. If you have an IRB approved study that pertains to trauma and dissociation and that you would like to advertise through this website or if you would like feedback on a study proposal, please contact me with all relevant study materials so that we can discuss your options. Please understand that this offer is not extended to student projects that are not IRB approved.