Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center

FACULTY

Green, Shulamite A.

Research

Functional neuroimaging, psychophysiology, and behavioral observation to understand sensory processing differences among children particularly at risk (e.g., autism, ADHD, early life stress, prenatal drug exposure)

Appointments

  • Assistant Professor

Biography

Dr. Green’s current research combines functional neuroimaging, psychophysiology, and behavioral observation to understand sensory processing differences among children particularly at risk (e.g., autism, ADHD, early life stress, prenatal drug exposure). Research goals include 1) identify the neurobiological and physiological mechanisms underlying sensory processing difficulties; 2) determine whether these mechanisms are shared or distinct across risk groups; 3) examine how sensory processing affects higher-level cognition such as attention, social functioning, and executive functioning; and 4) use this information to inform identification and treatment of children at high risk for sensory processing difficulties.

Publications

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