Therapeutic Areas: Pediatrics/Neonatology | Neurology | Psychiatry/Psychology | Family Medicine
Disease Category: Autism
Location: United States, KY

Clinical Trial Details


Research Study Summary

Children: Evaluating the Validity of Intelligence Testing for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders


Researcher Rachel Aiello, M.S. at the University of Kentucky Educational, Counseling and School Psychology Department is interested in better understanding how children with autism spectrum disorders perform on two popular IQ tests as compared to their peers. Testing sessions for children ages 9-14 are being held at the UK School Psychology Clinic.

Patient Inclusion Criteria:
You may be eligible to participate if:

  • you have a child between the ages of 9 and 14 that has an autism spectrum disorder or is typically developing;
  • you and your child speak English as your primary language and feel comfortable completing activities and questionnaires using English

This study is being conducted by Rachel Aiello. Rachel is currently working towards a doctoral degree in school psychology and has a particular interest in working with children with autism spectrum disorders. Rachel is being supervised by Lisa Ruble, Ph.D., who is a licensed psychologist.

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CW ID: 179607
Date Last Changed: July 19, 2013

Clinical Trial Snapshot

Both Male and Female
9 to 14 Years
Overall Status
Facility Type


Rachel Aiello
University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center
Located In:
Lexington, KY 40536
Phone: 586-864-0685

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University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center

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