Autism and Pain Research
Tuesday 06 February 2024
19:00 to 20:30
Online Only Event
We will be joined by guest speaker Dr Sarah Vaughn who will be presenting on their research on autism and pain. The event will explore pain processing and pain communication in autism and understanding the potential link to altered pain experiences in the autistic population.
About the guest speaker:
Dr Sarah Vaughan is a biological/cognitive/experimental psychologist working in The School of Psychology conducting research on pain processing in psychiatric conditions. Specifically, research that aims to understand pain processing in various populations with suspected sensory issues, using psychophysical pain induction techniques.
** This is an online event only and will not be recorded. The slides will be sent out after the event.
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