Rhys Proud: “Looking into the Eyes of a Friend: Evidence from Autism”

In Students by General Account

I am interested in the influence of friendship on autistic and non-autistic social interactions, particularly why interactions amongst friends may be reported as more enjoyable across neurotypes and behaviours that may be associated with this enjoyment. This research aims to better understand what underpins enjoyment of social interactions across neurotypes to potentially facilitate cross-neurotype social interactions and friendships.