Diagnosis of autism research

Hi,

Sorry for contacting you again (and this will be the last time I promise!) but I’m just getting back in touch to make one final push to recruit participants for my study.
I am looking for adults with a diagnosis of autism to complete an online questionnaire. It is for a self-funded PhD and I am offering a £50 cash prize to one randomly allocated winner. I’m just getting in touch one final time as the chance of winning has now increased as I haven’t managed to recruit as many participants as I anticipated. If you are able to circulate this information to anyone who may be suitable I’d greatly appreciate it and it would really help me to complete my PhD.
Thanks for your time. If you require any further information please don’t hesitate to ask.
Kind regards,
The information is:
 
 
 
STUDY CLOSING SOON: CURRENTLY CHANCE OF WINNING IS 1 in 30
 
APPROX 1 IN 100 CHANCE TO WIN £50 CASH
Do you have autism are you over 18 and can you spare some time to complete a questionnaire? This will help to develop a new assessment tool comparing repetitive behaviours in people with OCD and people with autism. Or do you know someone who has autism, is over 18 and might be able to spare some time to complete a study?
We require as many adults with a diagnosis of autism (or OCD, but not both) as possible to complete a new online study by following the link https://hull.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/cart-and-free-will-survey-asd.Further information is on the site.
I would greatly appreciate your help. In addition to helping to develop a better understanding of OCD and repetitive behaviours in people with autism, after accurate completion of the study you can also enter into a free prize draw for an approximate 1 in 100 chance to win a £50 cash prize. Further information is on the site or emails.t.chegwin@2012.hull.ac.uk