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2007: 1527) This might mean that our work could function positively as an ‘intervention’ in the autistic consciousness, as a form of sensorimotor experience and training, enabling participants to develop kinesthetic empathy through their participation in and learning through the sensory environment of contemporary performance. The project investigators were Nicola Shaughnessy (Drama), Melissa Trimingham (Drama), Julie Beadle-Brown (Tizard Centre) and David Wilkinson (Psychology). The pilot project was funded through Kent University’s Innovation and Enterprise ‘Ideas Factory’ scheme.