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      My name is Marina and I am a part of an autism research group at University College London, led by Dr. Sarah White. I would like to invite you to take part in an exciting new research project – we’re trying to understand more about how autistic people process social information while interacting with others.

      For example, everybody finds it difficult to spot lies, but it’s also a very important skill in our everyday life – we rely on it to pick up when other people are misleading us. Come and find out how well you can spot lies!

      I am currently looking for young male adults (18-24 years) with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum, who are willing to take part in an interactive conversation with another person, so you would probably have been educated within a mainstream school environment.

      You’ll be asked to complete some questionnaires, paper and pencil tasks, computer tasks, watch some videos, and interact with other participants. The study will take approximately 2 hours and will take place at UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (Alexandra House, 17 Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, WC1N 3AZ).

      Travel expenses will be reimbursed. We will also pay you £17.50 for your time and effort, and give you an opportunity to earn some bonus money (up to £9) depending on your performance in the tasks.

      For more information, please contact me on m.geer@ucl.ac.uk or 07305765318.

      Look forward to hearing from you!
      Many thanks,

      Marina Geer

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