August 27, 2012

Autism Research on Emotion Regulation at Stanford

News article about our latest research:

Autism Research at Stanford

1) Emotion Reactivity and Regulation in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Over the past years, we have collected data on emotion reactivity and regulation in children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We are now analyzing the data, but a few studies have already been published. We have gained a better insight into the emotional profiles of individuals with ASD and hope to be able to formulate implications for future interventions and treatment studies.

2) Parenting Workshop to Help Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to Better Regulate Their Emotions

The team at Stanford University (Yael Enav, Antonio Hardan, James Gross), is now implementing In an collaborative effort the knowledge gained from the research study on emotion regulation in ASD in a parenting workshop that aims at improving emotion regulation skills in children and adolescents with ASD.  ****Study is open for recruitment****