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Dr. Stone’s primary research interests are in early identification and early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder. Work is focused on identifying the early-emerging behavioral features of autism, with the goals of understanding the developmental processes that contribute to the tremendous variability in social, learning, and behavioral outcomes for these children, and designing targeted interventions to optimize their outcomes. Research with young children led to the development of the Screening Tool for Autism in Toddlers (STAT) and a book for parents entitled, Does My Child Have Autism? Current research projects include a parent-implemented intervention for infant siblings of children with ASD and a community-based intervention to improve access to services for young children with autism.
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