This week we’re highlighting social-media chatter from the INSAR 2023 meeting in Stockholm, Sweden.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Science & Society
From funding decisions to scientific fraud, a wide range of societal factors shape autism research.
Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 1 May.
A growing proportion of researchers has reached such “super principal investigator” status, but the distribution is not even across demographic groups.
The Northeastern University psychology professor’s website offers a wealth of resources about how to navigate an academic career.
Researchers at INSAR 2023 need to discuss these questions and remember that the purpose of research may be different for different communities.
The annual meeting of the International Society for Autism Research in Sweden’s capital — which starts Wednesday — plans to tackle friction over terminology and research priorities.
Spectrum caught up with the University of California, Davis professor about her passion for volunteering in underserved schools, birding and fossil-hunting.
Community Newsletter: Tortured phrases; inherited variation; atypical speech and self-harm; autism prevalence
Researchers on PubPeer noted several autism papers with tortured phrases, and scientists on Twitter discussed new findings on inherited variation in developmental conditions, the link between atypical speech and self-harm, and autism prevalence.
Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 24 April.
The paper used more than two dozen such terms, which have cropped up in thousands of published papers in recent years.