The purpose of this study is to investigate flexible thinking in social situations.

Healthy control participants are currently being recruited to undertake a short online survey that will take approximately 15 to 20 minutes to complete. Control data will be compared with data from people with brain malformations and/or autism, including those with corpus callosum dysgenesis (CCD).

This research will help us better understand how people with CCD experience the world, and how they interact with others.

Participant benefits:

No direct benefits are associated with participation, however responses will assist the research team with their work. An aggregated report of the results will be made available to all participants.

Eligibility:

Participants must:

  • Be aged between 26 – 75
  • Never been diagnosed with a major psychiatric disorder (e.g., bipolar disorder, clinical depression, and autism spectrum disorder)
  • Never been diagnosed with a structural abnormality of the brain.

Register your interest:

To register your interest in volunteering for this study, please contact Ms Sophie Dowling via corpuscallosumresearch@uq.edu.au

This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No. 2014000535]