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Other :: 20. 07. 2009 ::
:: AASPIRE Gateway Project
  Christina Nicolaidis, Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Katherine McDonald, Dora Raymaker
Oregon Helath & Science University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Portland State University, Autistic Self-Advocacy Network
  You are invited to participate in a continuing online research project called the AASPIRE Gateway Project. The AASPIRE Gateway Project is recruiting participants with and without disabilities, and participants on the autism spectrum, for a series of continuing online studies on topics such as health care, Internet use, online sense of community, identity, problem solving, and perspective taking. The first step in joining the AASPIRE Gateway Project is completing the online AASPIRE Gateway Survey. The AASPIRE Gateway Survey asks about (a) personal information, such as age, gender, disability, education, and employment status, (b) information about which hand you prefer to use when doing activities such as writing with a pen or pencil, and (c) information about your personal preferences regarding interests, habits, and social interactions. Completing the AASPIRE Gateway Survey will take approximately 20-40 minutes. In return, you may choose to be entered into a drawing for a 1 in 25 chance to win a $25 gift certificate to or to receive 1 extra credit point in your introductory psychology class if you are a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.