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EPQ Autism research

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    I am looking to complete some primary research for my EPQ the research question being;“How have biological approaches to explaining autism researched over time since 2005 in the UK changed?”. Does anyone have any ideas how I could go about doing this?


    I've included some links to medical studies on autism, which I think might be useful for you, in the spoiler below. It might be worth dropping the "since 2005 in the UK" part of your question, as you will then be able to include studies from before 2005 in your research, and also include studies by international scientists (the US' National Institute of Health (https://www.nih.gov/), particularly its centre for Biotechnology Information (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/) is an absolute treasure trove of information that can be really useful for this sort of thing).

    You might also find it useful to sign-up for Quora (https://www.quora.com/), where you can pose detailed questions and often have them answered by people who are very knowledgeable about their subject (e.g. professors and PhD students).

    Hope this helps!
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