Invited Commentary on "Memory Functioning for Personally Experienced and Witnessed Events in Children with Autism and the Implications for Educators, Mental Health Professionals, and the Law".
Dr. Robin Goin-Kochel is a research psychologist at Baylor College of Medicine and the Associate Director for Research at the Texas Children's Hospital Autism Center. She has studied autism spectrum disorder (ASD) for more than 12 years, with particular interests in phenotypic presentation and symptom onset, developmental regression. and parent perception and management of ASD. Dr. Goin-Kochel is PI at the Baylor/TCH site for several network-based studies on ASD, including the Simons Simplex Collection, the Simons Variation in Individuals Project, and the SynapDx Autism Spectrum Disorder Gene Expression Analysis Study.
Goin-Kochel, Robin P.
"Determining Emotional Perceptions of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Experienced vs. Observed Scenarios,"
Journal of Applied Research on Children: Informing Policy for Children at Risk: Vol. 4
, Article 14.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/childrenatrisk/vol4/iss2/14
A Response To:
Memory Functioning for Personally Experienced and Witnessed Events in Children with Autism and the Implications for Educators, Mental Health Professionals, and the Law by Kelly A. Cornett, Deborah S. Miora, Tracy Fass, and Dennis Dixon.