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November 2017

Supporting Couple Relationships of Parents Raising Children with Autism- Research Opportunity

November 6, 2017
Free

(IRB# 1022263). If you are married or in a committed relationship with the co-parent of a child living with you who has been diagnosed with a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would like to hear about your insights and experiences in an anonymous, online survey. The survey includes a series of open-ended questions for you to type as much detail as you feel comfortable doing. It might take up to 30 minutes depending on how much information you choose…

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December 2017

Supporting Couple Relationships of Parents Raising Children with Autism- Research Opportunity

December 6, 2017
Free

(IRB# 1022263). If you are married or in a committed relationship with the co-parent of a child living with you who has been diagnosed with a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would like to hear about your insights and experiences in an anonymous, online survey. The survey includes a series of open-ended questions for you to type as much detail as you feel comfortable doing. It might take up to 30 minutes depending on how much information you choose…

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January 2018

Supporting Couple Relationships of Parents Raising Children with Autism- Research Opportunity

January 6
Free

(IRB# 1022263). If you are married or in a committed relationship with the co-parent of a child living with you who has been diagnosed with a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would like to hear about your insights and experiences in an anonymous, online survey. The survey includes a series of open-ended questions for you to type as much detail as you feel comfortable doing. It might take up to 30 minutes depending on how much information you choose…

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February 2018

Supporting Couple Relationships of Parents Raising Children with Autism- Research Opportunity

February 6
Free

(IRB# 1022263). If you are married or in a committed relationship with the co-parent of a child living with you who has been diagnosed with a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would like to hear about your insights and experiences in an anonymous, online survey. The survey includes a series of open-ended questions for you to type as much detail as you feel comfortable doing. It might take up to 30 minutes depending on how much information you choose…

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March 2018

Supporting Couple Relationships of Parents Raising Children with Autism- Research Opportunity

March 6
Free

(IRB# 1022263). If you are married or in a committed relationship with the co-parent of a child living with you who has been diagnosed with a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would like to hear about your insights and experiences in an anonymous, online survey. The survey includes a series of open-ended questions for you to type as much detail as you feel comfortable doing. It might take up to 30 minutes depending on how much information you choose…

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April 2018

Supporting Couple Relationships of Parents Raising Children with Autism- Research Opportunity

April 6
Free

(IRB# 1022263). If you are married or in a committed relationship with the co-parent of a child living with you who has been diagnosed with a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would like to hear about your insights and experiences in an anonymous, online survey. The survey includes a series of open-ended questions for you to type as much detail as you feel comfortable doing. It might take up to 30 minutes depending on how much information you choose…

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May 2018

Supporting Couple Relationships of Parents Raising Children with Autism- Research Opportunity

May 6
Free

(IRB# 1022263). If you are married or in a committed relationship with the co-parent of a child living with you who has been diagnosed with a form of Autism Spectrum Disorder, I would like to hear about your insights and experiences in an anonymous, online survey. The survey includes a series of open-ended questions for you to type as much detail as you feel comfortable doing. It might take up to 30 minutes depending on how much information you choose…

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