Posts Tagged
‘Researchers’

November 7, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: advocates, Analysis, applied, Behavior, Community, Debate, Newsletter, Researchers, Spectrum

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to the community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, the engagement editor of Spectrum. As a reminder, Spectrum will be hosting a Twitter chat this week during the Society for Neuroscience conference. Join us on Wednesday, November 10th, 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM EST to chat […]

October 4, 2021

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Tags: attend, Autism, conferences, person, Plan, Researchers, Spectrum, survey, Year

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Categories: autism

Session adjourned: Another wave of pandemics has caused some autism researchers to postpone their return to face-to-face academic conferences. ALEAIMAGE / iStock Today is the final day of pre-registration for the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) annual meeting, which will be held virtually and in person in Chicago, Illinois in November. For many autism researchers, however, […]

August 29, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Community, Dinah, Ethical, Murray, Newsletter, questions, Researchers, Spectrum, tribute

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to this week’s community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, the engagement editor of Spectrum. Autism Twitter this week addressed some tough ethical issues surrounding biomarkers and early intervention. The discussion started when Arianna Manzini, a research fellow in autonomous systems ethics at the University of […]

August 11, 2021

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Tags: Autism, backlash, Contentious, prompts, Researchers, Spectrum, Study

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Categories: autism

Calls for Conflict: Journals urge researchers to disclose financial ties, ideological commitments, and personal beliefs or relationships that skew or may skew their results. Photo by Rebecca Horne Conflicts of interest and methodological issues tarnish a study published July 18 in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, autism researchers say. The study’s researchers – […]

In the United States, the number of teachers qualified to assist students with special needs is decreasing. In Nebraska, school principals fear the shortage puts these students at risk for learning and growth. Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are working to understand what factors affect the preparation and retention of special education teachers, including […]