Investigating Behaviour in Russell-Silver Syndrome
Thank you for your interest in our research. We are currently recruiting adults and children with a confirmed molecular diagnosis of Russel Silver Syndrome (11p15 or MUPD7).

The aim of this research is to investigate behaviour in Russell-Silver syndrome (RSS). This will be assessed in a semi-structured interview in order to assess behaviours such as communication skills and social skills. A further aim of the research is to explore how individuals with RSS learn and to establish whether certain strengths and difficulties are common for these individuals. Cognitive abilities will be measured using a number of different tasks that involve skills such as remembering information, understanding a conversation and making patterns.

Once this form has been completed, you will be sent a full information pack. Completing the form does not commit you and your child to taking part in the research and you are under no obligation to participate. The study has received ethical approval from the Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield and is being supervised by Dr. Megan Freeth and Dr. Elizabeth Milne and PhD student, Chloe Lane. The details you enter will be stored safely in an electronic database which is only accessible by members of the Sheffield Autism Research Group. We value your privacy and no details will be passed to any third parties.

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Please give your full name *
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Gender *
What is your date of birth? *
What diagnosis of RSS do you have? *
Other than RSS, do you have a diagnosis for any other developmental disorder(s)? *
If yes, please list any developmental disorder(s) here.
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Additional Information
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Please tell us your nearest town or city: *
This will help us to organise your participation in the study.
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