Research

Research at UCLA

Research at the UCLA PEERS Clinic is both ongoing and exciting! Publications in pivotal journals of the evidence supporting the PEERS for Adolescents and PEERS for Young Adults interventions can be found at the bottom of this page. For more information on these publications, please contact us at 310-26-PEERS or peersclinic@ucla.edu

PEERS for Preschoolers has begun recruiting to test the benefit of a social skills group (PEERS® for Preschoolers) for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder between 4 to 6 years of age. For more information on this, please see the PEERS for Preschoolers flyer below, or contact us at 310-26-PEERS or peersclinic@ucla.edu 

Research Collaborations

California Institute of Technology: Ralph Adolph's lab is currently conducting innovative and exciting research on Autism Spectrum Disorder with a variety of studies open to participation. For information regarding these studies and how to participate, please see the below flyer or contact them at: research@caltech.edu or (626) 395-3954

Marquette University: Researchers at Marquette University, under the direction of Amy Vaughan Van Hecke, Ph.D., have recently published a paper in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders on the changes observed in EEG readings as a result of the PEERS intervention. Please see the attached "Marquette PEERS" for more information.

Information on reserach collaborations and projects completed by members of Team PEERS can be viewed on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/uclapeers. Please show your support for UCLA PEERS Clinic reserach by "liking" our page.   

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