Researchers use software to teach job interview skills to adults with autism

05/8/2014 |

Researchers at Northwestern University are adapting software, used to teach interrogation techniques to law enforcement, to help individuals with autism prepare for job interviews. In a published study of 26 adults with autism using the software to learn appropriate interview responses, those who practiced for 10 hours performed better in a staged interview than those who did not use the program.

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