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Time and Autism: Are we asking the right questions?

02 Jul 2021

Free webinar to talk about future directions in improving understanding of time and autism.

Time is fundamental to how we experience and interact with the world, however some autistic people may experience differences in how they understand and perceive time. Why any differences occur, and what they are like, is not currently understood.

This webinar will bring together researchers, autistic people, their friends and families and professionals working with autistic people to share knowledge and consider future directions in improving understanding of time and autism.

The webinar marks the end of a three year Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded project on time perception in autism and we will be presenting our overall findings.

This project has been a collaboration between the Time Lab, Body Eyes and Movement Lab and Autism@Manchester in Division of Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology.

Further details and registration:

This online event will take place on 23 July, 10am - 4.45pm

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