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Question 2: Objective 5

yellow dot 2.5 Complete a large-scale, multi-disciplinary, collaborative project that longitudinally and comprehensively examines how the biological, clinical, and developmental profiles of children, with a special emphasis on females, youths, and adults with ASD change over time as compared to typically developing people by 2020. IACC Recommended Budget: $126,200,000 over 12 years.

Projects Found: 49
Total Funding: 8523806
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Project Title Funding Funding Institution

Project Title

Neural correlates of social exchange and valuation in autism
$150,000

Funding

150000

Institution

Baylor College of Medicine

Project Title

Family characterization network - 2
$5,353

Funding

5353

Institution

Boston University School of Medicine

Project Title

Linguistic perspective-taking in adults with high-functioning autism: Investigation of the mirror neuron system
$28,000

Funding

28000

Institution

Carnegie Mellon University

Project Title

Visuospatial processing in adults and children with autism
$30,000

Funding

30000

Institution

Carnegie Mellon University

Project Title

Past, present and future-oriented thinking about the self in children with ASD
$61,000

Funding

61000

Institution

City University, London

Project Title

Informational and neural bases of empathic accuracy in autism spectrum disorder
$28,000

Funding

28000

Institution

Columbia University

Project Title

Restricted and repetitive behaviors in young children with autism
$233,365

Funding

233365

Institution

Duke University

Project Title

Functional MRI of attention regulation in people with and without autism
$22,831

Funding

22831

Institution

Georgetown University

Project Title

Psychophysiological mechanisms of emotion perception
$60,000

Funding

60000

Institution

Georgia State University

Project Title

Cortical mechanisms underlying visual motion processing impairments in autism
$60,000

Funding

60000

Institution

Harvard Medical School

 
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