Eilidh’s research looks broadly at the experiences of autistic adults and adolescents, and the challenges related to navigating a predominantly non-autistic world. She is particularly interested in autism acceptance (from both self and others), mental health and wellbeing, autistic identity and diagnosis, camouflaging (or masking) and supporting autistic students at university. She is also passionate about improving practices within autism research itself.
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Dr Eilidh Cage is attending Autism Europe to present recent research on the topic of adult autism diagnosis. You can view/download the poster below to…
You may have noticed that at around this time of year, lots of researchers are looking for participants on Twitter! Part of the reason for…
We have recently learned of a newly funded project at the University of Stirling called “The Cortical Head Direction System as a Model for Systems-level…