Education and Training
Child Clinical Psychology Internship, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas
Clinical Psychology and Developmental Psychology, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla.
Titles and Academic Titles
Posters and Presentations
Guy, L, Campbell, J, Glass, D, Cermak, T, Ousley, O, Rockers, K, Pakula, A. Measuring social perception of individuals with ASD using the NEPSY-II. Presented at the 118th convention of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, Calif.
Guy, L, Glass, D, Cermak, T, Campbell, J, Ousley, O, Rockers, K, Pakula, A. Comparing face and object recall with clinical instruments for individuals with ASD. Presented at the 9th annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Philadelphia, Pa.
Guy, L, Cermak, T, & Glass, D. Parent and teacher report of EF skills in ASD and ADHD utilizing the BRIEF. Presented at the 117th convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Guy, L, Glass, D, Rockers, K, Ousley, O, Kulka, K, & Pakula, A. Facial affect recognition measured by the NEPSY-II in individuals with ASD. Presented at the 8th annual International Meeting for Autism Research, Chicago, Ill.
Moreno De Luca, D, Rossi, M, Adam, M, Pakula, A, Myers, S, Uhas, K, Weik, L, Guy, L, Aradhya, S, Martin, C, Ledbetter, D. Recurrent 17q12 deletions identified in autism males. Presented at the annual clinical genetics meeting of the American College of Medical Genetics, Tampa, Fla.
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