Ashleigh Kellerman

Fall 2015

Research Interests

Early developmental trajectories of children at risk for neurodevelopmental disorders; parent-child interactions; characterizing the broader autism phenotype

Education

BA, 2012, Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

Current Research

I primarily work with Dr. A. J. Schwichtenberg on an early autism identification study monitoring development in infant siblings of autism. I’m also involved in an early phenotyping project with Dr. Bridgette Tonnsen from the Psychology Department.

Presentations

  • Kellerman, A. M., Robinson, D. S., Jameyfield, B. A., & Schwichtenberg, A. J. (May, 2017). Does Eye-Tracking During Dynamic Videos Relate to Social Interactions in High-Risk Infants? Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) conference, San Francisco, CA.

  • Schwichtenberg, A. J., Kellerman, A. M., Abu-Zhaya, R., Miller, M., Young, G. S., & Ozonoff, S. (May, 2017). Does Dyadic Synchrony and Responsiveness in the First Year Inform Later Autism Diagnoses? Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) conference, San Francisco, CA.

  • Kellerman, A. M., Abu-Zhaya, R., Young, G. S., Miller, M., Ozonoff, S., & Schwichtenberg, A. J. (April, 2017). Dyadic Synchrony and Responsiveness in the First Year – Associations with Autism Risk and Later Diagnoses. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD), Austin, TX.

  • Suma, K., Kellerman, A. M., Vogt, S. E., Bakeman, R., & Adamson, L. B. (May, 2016). Assessing Auditory Joint Attention Skills in Toddlers. Poster presented at the International Congress of Infant Studies (ICIS), New Orleans, LA.

  • Schwichtenberg, A. J., & Kellerman, A. M. (September, 2015). Early Behavioral Markers of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Talk presented at the Indiana Infant Toddler Institute, Indianapolis, IN.

  • Adamson, L. B., Robins, D. L., Bakeman, R., Kellerman, A. M., & Hasni, A. A. (May, 2014). Do Two-Year Olds with ASD Orient to Sounds They do not Share? Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Atlanta, GA.

Advisor: Dr. A. J. Schwichtenberg

Ashleigh Kellerman

Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant

Human Development and Family Studies

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