Volunteer Our Research News Donate
 

Please help!

The Cambridge Autism Research Centre carries out research studies into autism, Asperger Syndrome (AS) and other conditions on the autism spectrum. Many of the research projects at ARC would be impossible without the help of volunteers like you!

Why should I volunteer?

Log in or register as a volunteer

Close this

Please help by donating


How to donate

About our funders




Close this

The mission of the ARC is to understand the biomedical causes of autism spectrum conditions, and develop new and validated methods for assessment and intervention. The ARC fosters collaboration between scientists in Cambridge University and outside, to accelerate this mission.



Recent ARC Publications

From molecules to neural morphology: understanding neuroinflammation in autism spectrum condition

A Young, B Chakrabarti, D Roberts, M-C Lai, J Suckling, S Baron-Cohen

An investigation of the ‘female camouflage effect’ in autism using a computerized ADOS-2 and a test of sex/gender differences

A Rynkiewicz, B Schuller, E Marchi, S Piana, A Camurri, A Lassalle, S Baron-Cohen

The Empathy and Systemizing Quotient: The Psychometric Properties of the Dutch Version and a Review of the Cross-Cultural Stability

Y. Groen, A. Fuermaier, A. Heijer, O. Tucha, M. Althaus

The EU-Emotion Stimulus Set: A validation study

H O’Reilly, D Pigat, S Fridenson, S Berggren, S Tal, O Golan, S Bölte, S Baron-Cohen, D Lundqvist

Sex and STEM Occupation Predict Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ) Scores in Half a Million People

E. Ruzich, C. Allison, B. Chakrabarti, P. Smith, H. Musto, H. Ring, S. Baron-Cohen

Atypically Rightward Cerebral Asymmetry in Male Adults With Autism Stratifies Individuals With and Without Language Delay

D Floris, M-C Lai, T Auer, M Lombardo, C Ecker, B Chakrabarti, S Wheelwright, E Bullmore, D Murphy, S Baron-Cohen, J Suckling

Whole-brain functional hypoconnectivity as an endophenotype of autism in adolescents

R Moseley, R Ypma, R Holt, D Floris, L Chura, M Spencer, S Baron-Cohen, J Suckling, E Bullmore, M. Rubinov

Exploring the quantitative nature of empathy, systemising and autistic traits using factor mixture modelling

R Grove, A Baillie, C Allison, S Baron-Cohen, R Hoekstra

Reduced perceptual exclusivity during object and grating rivalry in autism

J. Freyberg, C. Robertson, S Baron-Cohen

Lancet book review: Leo Kanner, Hans Asperger, and the discovery of autism, by Steve Silberman

s Baron-Cohen



Search for publications ...


The Autism Research Trust are major fund raisers for the ARC. Visit their website.


About us What is autism FAQs ARC Milestones
Patrons Funders
Clinics Training