Opportunities to Participate in Research

Research and Scholarship

We have some exciting opportunities for families to get involved in research! 

Project PEAK - Promoting Engagement with ADHD Pre-Kindergarteners

Project PEAK is currently recruiting!
Dr. DuPaul, Professor of School Psychology, is currently recruiting 3-5 year old children exhibiting behavioral symptoms of ADHD (diagnosis not necessary) including frequent inattention, acting quickly without thinking, distractibility, and a high level of activity for participation in this study. Participation in this study includes free assessment and education and is completely confidential. Space is limited. If you are interested in participating, please contact the Project PEAK Team at 610-758-5270.

Project PACT - Parterning with Latinx Caregivers of Children with Autism in Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Services

Project PACT is currently recruiting!
Dr. Ana Dueñas, Assistant Professor of Special Education, is looking for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to participate in this study. Parents must identify as Latino/Latinx/Hispanic, be the primary caregiver of the child, and spend a minimum of 20 hours per week with the child. Children must be between 2 and 5 years old with suspected or diagnosed ASD. Participants will receive free education and training by experts in ABA via teleconferencing in English or Spanish, a tablet, a video camera, online courses, and $50 for completing forms. If you are interested in participating, please call (610) 758-6223 or click the link below to sign up online.