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Toward neurobehavioral metrics of social function: Examples from autism
Pearl Chiu, researcher at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, describes the use of behavioral economic games and functional magnetic resonance imaging in the exploration of social symptoms of autism and lists ...
Emotion socialization and socio-emotional development
Julie Dunsmore of the social development lab discussed family attitudes toward emotion and emotional communication, child outcomes, and relevant research findings, and suggests applying basic developmental research to ...
Cognition, Affect, and Psychophysiology Lab at Virginia Tech
Martha Ann Bell in the department of psychology describes how research into typical childhood development informs the study of atypical development, and a psychobiological conceptual framework and its applications to the ...
Virginia Tech Center for Autism Research Conference - John Richey perspective
John Richey from the department of psychology described research in the functional macrocircuitry of social learning and emotion regulation, and findings related to autism spectrum disorders.
Emotional and Social Functioning in ASD
The slides describe potential areas of research related to Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), especially those areas involving emotional and social functioning. A clinical program for stress and anger management (STAMP) is ...
Virginia Tech Center for Autism Research - Susan White perspective
Highlights of the autism research of Susan White, Psychology professor and the co-director of the VT Autism clinic, are explained. Topics include anxiety, treatment development, ASD in adults, and biomarker pursuit. Fit ...
Supporting Adaptive Brain and Behavior: The Abecedarian Approach to Social, Educational, and Health Disparities
(Virginia Tech, 2017-11-30)
This paper places the Abecedarian Approach in theoretical and historical context and reviews the results from 3 randomized controlled trials that have tested an experimental protocol designed to prevent cognitive disabilities ...