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Le rôle du contrôle de l’attention et de la régulation des émotions dans l’émergence d’un trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA) : identification des marqueurs comportementaux précoces du TSA chez les nourrissons à risque

Chef d'équipe 
  • Sarah Raza, University of Alberta
  • University of Alberta

Aperçu du projet

Ms. Raza’s research focuses on early development in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), with the goal of identifying behavioral and physiological markers in at-risk infants. She is interested in the role early attention and emotional regulation play in the emergence of autism, and anticipate that my research will shed light on the initial signs of ASD and provide insight into its diversity. Identifying these risk markers may advance early detection and diagnosis, as well as inform new avenues for intervention that may reduce or even prevent clinical expression of ASD.