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Research Expertise & Professional Interests My clinical expertise is in the diagnosis and assessment (including neuropsychological evaluation) of children and young adults with neurodevelopmental disorders. My scholarly and research interests are in child development and developmental psychopathology, particularly brain-behavior relationships in developmental disorders. My research is aimed at defining the brain bases of social-communicative dysfunction as well as special abilities in autism spectrum disorder as a way of elucidating differences in brain architecture in autism. I use multiple methodologies to investigate neurocognitive function in autism, including computerized measures of behavioral response time, eye-tracking, and magnetic resonance imaging.
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Self-Described Keywords developmental cognitive neuroscience

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Concept Child Development
Concept Developmental Disabilities
Concept Child Development Disorders, Pervasive
Concept Language Development
Concept Language Development Disorders
Academic Article Intention and knowledge in preschoolers' conception of pretend.
Academic Article Current directions in research on autism.
Academic Article Brief report: cognitive correlates of enlarged head circumference in children with autism.
Academic Article Brief report: developmental change in theory of mind abilities in children with autism.
Academic Article A replication of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) revised algorithms.
Academic Article Reduced cognitive control of response inhibition by the anterior cingulate cortex in autism spectrum disorders.
Academic Article Autism spectrum disorders according to DSM-IV-TR and comparison with DSM-5 draft criteria: an epidemiological study.
Academic Article Disconnectivity of the cortical ocular motor control network in autism spectrum disorders.
Academic Article Clinical characteristics of children with autism spectrum disorder and co-occurring epilepsy.
Academic Article Structural asymmetries of language-related gray and white matter and their relationship to language function in young children with ASD.
Academic Article Neurocognitive and Academic Outcomes at Age 10 Years of Extremely Preterm Newborns.
Academic Article Early postnatal illness severity scores predict neurodevelopmental impairments at 10 years of age in children born extremely preterm.
Academic Article Antecedents of the child behavior checklist-dysregulation profile in children born extremely preterm.
Academic Article The Relationship of Maternal Prepregnancy Body Mass Index and Pregnancy Weight Gain to Neurocognitive Function at Age 10 Years among Children Born Extremely Preterm.
Academic Article Neurocognitive Outcomes at 10 Years of Age in Extremely Preterm Newborns with Late-Onset Bacteremia.
Grant White Matter Structure as a Neurobiological Marker for Language Acquisition and Development in Autism
Academic Article Cognitive functioning at the age of 10?years among children born extremely preterm: a latent profile approach.
Academic Article Neurodevelopment at Age 10 Years of Children Born <28 Weeks With Fetal Growth Restriction.
Academic Article Co-occurrence and Severity of Neurodevelopmental Burden (Cognitive Impairment, Cerebral Palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Epilepsy) at Age Ten Years in Children Born Extremely Preterm.
Academic Article Socioemotional dysfunctions at age 10?years in extremely preterm newborns with late-onset bacteremia.
Academic Article Cognitive Development and Quality of Life Associated With BPD in 10-Year-Olds Born Preterm.
Academic Article Accuracy of the Bayley-II mental development index at 2 years as a predictor of cognitive impairment at school age among children born extremely preterm.
Academic Article Among Children Born Extremely Preterm a Higher Level of Circulating Neurotrophins Is Associated with Lower Risk of Cognitive Impairment at School Age.
Academic Article Neurocognitive function of 10-year-old multiples born less than 28 weeks of gestational age.

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