Koegel Autsim Center's Innovative Research is Featured in a Recent Noozhawk Article
Drs. Robert and Lynn Koegel, Dr. Whitney Detar, Dr. April Regester, and Kristen Ashbaugh, M.A., were recently featured in a Noozhawk article for their cutting edge research on improving socialization for college students with autism. In this study, students with autism and their peer mentors picked at least one social event per week, such as ballroom dancing, athletic events, and other university clubs. Huge gains in their socialization were reported by attending more social events; these gains included better grades, employment, and increases in non-structured social activity. The research will appear in the upcoming journal, Psychology in the Schools.
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