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Rethinking Research Methods

This activity aims at designing and testing innovative research tools for the inclusion of gender in research procedures. It is led by Babylab, a research centre in the School of Science focused on the study of infants’ cognitive development. The final outcome will be a set of research procedures integrating the gender perspective when conducting studies in cognitive development.


Bedford, R., Jones, E. J., Johnson, M. H., Pickles, A., Charman, T., & Gliga, T. (2016). Sex differences in the association between infant markers and later autistic traits. Molecular Autism, 7(1), 1.

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