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ADDL Students Present at INSAR 2023
In May 2023, students from the ADDL traveled to Stockholm, Sweden to present their research at the 2023 International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) Annual Meeting.
It was a pleasure meeting new researchers, community stakeholders, and professionals in the field of autism research! We can't wait to see everyone next year in Melbourne, Australia!
Clinical Psychology docotral student Madelaine Ressel presented her poster, "Autism and Indigenous Peoples in Canada: A Scoping Review".
Clinical Psychology doctoral student Troy Boucher presented two posters. First was his research examining the reasons and motivations for engaging in intense interests in autistic and non-autistic children. Second was his research, co-authored by Clinical Psychology master's student Cassia McIntyre, investigating autistic adults' experiences with therapies and health services.
Clinical Psychology master's student Meryssa Waite presented her research, "Internalized Stigma Moderates the Relations Between Social Camouflaging and Self-Reported Anxiety and Depression in Autistic Adults".
Former research assistant Hooman Salavati, and former student Dr. Vanessa Fong, presented their research titled, "Examining the Link between Social Connectedness and Mental Well-Being in Caregivers of Autistic Children".