Recruiting participants with autism or stutter!

Timing and Rhythm In Mind, Brain, and Action

Recruiting participants with autism or stutter!

The precision of entrainment of movement to rhythm has been shown to vary with a whole range of learning and developmental conditions, including stuttering and autism. This winter in the METRE lab, we’re running a set of experiments that look at sensorimotor integration for rhythmic timing in participants with autism and in participants who stutter. As an initial recruitment step, we are collecting emails of potentially interested participants. Official outreach materials below!

Researchers at the Cannon Lab are inviting you to provide your email in a survey to be contacted for a future study in a lab experiment. The survey will take approximately one minute for which you will not receive compensation. There may be compensation in the form of a gift card for participants in future studies. Future studies will take place the Cannon Lab located in room 322 in the Psychology Building at McMaster University.

To be eligible to participate in this study you must be between the age of 17 and 50, and identify as having either autism or a developmental stutter.

For the full details of the study, please read the Letter of Information:

If you are interested in being added to the Cannon Lab participant pool, you can access the survey by clicking on the following link: ScAUxVLvd9

You will be presented with a Letter of Information followed by a consent button before the survey begins.

Researchers in the Cannon Lab would like to thank you in advance for your time and consideration. If you have any questions, please contact:

Jessica Jalbert (Student Investigator, Autism studies) e-mail:

Davina Premraj (Student Investigator, Stuttering studies) e-mail:

Approved outreach poster below.


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