Social communication through touch and mutual grooming has a crucial role on the socio-emotional developments (Ainsworth, 1979). Previous studies have shown that individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), who have difficulties in social interaction and communication, impaired neural and behavioral responses to interpersonal touch (i.e., social touch) (e.g., Peled-Avron & Shamay-Tsoory, 2017; Scheele et al., 2014). However, it has been poorly understood whether and how the severity of ASD symptoms associate with individual's general attitudes towards social touch. Our study will address this issue to examine the relationship between the level of autistic traits and attitudes toward social touch, by online questionnaire. We apply an analog design to study ASD symptoms in a typically developing sample, based on the dimensional model of ASD (e.g., Baron-Cohen, 1995; Frith, 1991).