Department of Psychiatry

Penn Behavioral Health

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Julia Parish-Morris

Research Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
Center for Autism Research
3535 Market Street, Suite 860
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 267-426-3522
Education:
BA (Psychology)
Smith College, 2003.
PhD (Developmental Psychology)
Temple University, 2011.
Post-Graduate Training
Penn-PORT Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, 2011-2013.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Autism Research, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 2014-2016.
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Selected Publications

Parish-Morris, J., Fein, D., Naigles, L: Growth trajectories of longitudinal naturalistic verb use in ASD: Verb category matters. Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA November 2015 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Clements, C.C., Bartley, G.K., DePolo, L., Bateman, L., Morton, H., Parish-Morris, J., Stein, N., Schultz, R.T: An online verbal IQ test: Development, validity, and standardization of an adaptive vocabulary test for remote phenotyping of parents. International Meeting for Autism Research, Salt Lake City, UT June 2015 Notes: Poster Presentation.

*De Polo, L., Parish-Morris, J., McCleery, J., Bateman, L., Thomas, S., Paterson, S.J., Pandey, J., Kostanopoulos, P., Estes, A., Hazlett, H., Botteron, K., Piven, J., Schultz, R.T., the IBIS Network: Say what?: Toddlers’ vocabulary growth trajectories differ by word features. International Meeting for Autism Research, Salt Lake City, UT May 2015 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Parish-Morris, J., Yerys, B., Antezana, L., de Marchena, A., Chevallier, C., Sasson, N. Schultz, R.T: “Scattered attention” in face perception: The case of co-morbid ASD+ADHD. International Meeting for Autism Research, Salt Lake City, UT May 2015 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Parish-Morris, J., Chevallier, C., de Marchena, A., Schultz, R.T: Using infrared eye tracking to explore the “face deficit” in youths with autism spectrum disorder. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Poster Day, Philadelphia, PA February 2015 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Preston, S: Are E-Books Too Distracting for Kids? Parenting Magazine, http://www.parenting.com/blogs/children-and-technology-blog/shelley-preston/e-books-reading-comprehension 2015 Notes: Parish-Morris, J. – research featured in article.

Quenqua, D.: Is E-Reading to Your Toddler Story Time, or Simply Screen Time? The New York Times Page: A1, October 2014 Notes: Parish-Morris, J. – research featured in article.

Wenger, T., Parish-Morris, J., Yerys, B., Schultz, R.T: Medical history predicts phenotypic differences in autism spectrum disorder. Teratology Society 2014 Annual Meeting, Bellevue, WA June 2014 Notes: Poster Presentation.

*McVey, A., Schultz, R.T., Parish-Morris, J., Rump, K., Pandey, J., Chevallier, C.: Studying social attention in autism spectrum disorders: Stimulus type matters. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA May 2014 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Parish-Morris, J., Chevallier, C., de Marchena, A., Schultz, R.T: The “face deficit” in visual attention: Parsing heterogeneity in ASD. International Meeting for Autism Research, Atlanta, GA May 2014 Notes: Poster Presentation.

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