My research focuses on the use of electroencephalography (EEG), event-related potentials (ERPs), eye tracking, and behavioral measures to study how infants, children, and adults learn about their environment, and how that learning is impacted by developmental disruptions. My projects represent an effort to understand the neural circuits that contributing to and underlie atypical development, resulting in biomarkers that may be used to understand the course of development and treatment response in children.
Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Illinois, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science, 2001
Clinical Electrophysiology, University of Washington, Center on Human Development & Disability, 2001-2004
PhD, Child Psychology, University of Minnesota, Institute of Child Development, 1996-2001
BA, Psychology, Yale University, 1992-1996
Seattle Children’s Research Institute
Center on Child Health, Behavior, & Development
- Gender Exploration of Neurogenetics and Development to Advanced Autism Research (GENDAAR 2.0)
- A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of Arbaclofen in subjects with 16p11.2 deletion (16p del)
- Connectivity in the Brain and Autism (COBRA) Study
- Autism biomarkers consortium for clinical trials
(2021 Mar 15)
McQuaid GA, Pelphrey KA, Bookheimer SY, Dapretto M, Webb SJ, Bernier RA, McPartland JC, Van Horn JD, Wallace GL
Autism Res 14(1): 156-168
Harrop C, Libsack E, Bernier R, Dapretto M, Jack A, McPartland JC, Van Horn JD, Webb SJ, Pelphrey K, GENDAAR Consortium.
Autism Res 14(2): 369-379
Neuhaus E, Bernier RA, Webb SJ
Res Autism Spectr Disord 77():
Clawson A, Strang JF, Wallace GL, Gomez-Lobo V, Jack A, Webb SJ, Pelphrey KA
(2020 Jun 2)
Transl Psychiatry 10(1): 178
Lawrence KE, Hernandez LM, Eilbott J, Jack A, Aylward E, Gaab N, Van Horn JD, Bernier RA, Geschwind DH, McPartland JC, Nelson CA, Webb SJ, Pelphrey KA, Bookheimer SY, Dapretto M, GENDAAR Consortium.
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