A diverse group of researchers investigating autism from a range of perspectives.
We study how autistic people perceive the social and non-social world and how they use language. We are also interested in neurodiversity more broadly, as well as interventions that bring positive changes in the lives of autistic people and their families.
In our studies, we use behavioural experiments, physiological methods, eye-tracking, electroencephalography, brain stimulation, computational approaches, and virtual reality. We also hold a bi-weekly journal club where we exchange ideas and skills and discuss recent advances in autism research.