Welcome to the Monotropism Questionnaire!
This survey aims to explore different attentional styles, mainly focusing on monotropism, a psychological theory that aims to describe how attention is allocated in individuals. This concept is often discussed in relation to autism spectrum conditions, though it can apply to individuals not on the autism spectrum as well.
This questionnaire is designed for individuals, caregivers, educators, and professionals interested in understanding more about monotropic attention and how it affects everyday activities, relationships, and overall well-being.
The insights gained from your responses will contribute to a better understanding of how attention is allocated and may help individuals recognise their attentional preferences. Additionally, for professionals and caregivers, this questionnaire may offer valuable perspectives on supporting individuals with a monotropic attention style better.
Please note that this questionnaire is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended to replace professional medical advice or diagnosis.
Garau, V., Woods, R., Chown, N., Hallett, S., Murray, F., Wood, R., Murray, A. & Fletcher-Watson, S. (2023). The Monotropism Questionnaire, Open Science Framework.