My research interests generally focus on cognitive and brain development in individuals with autism spectrum disorder. I am particularly interested in exploring differences in executive function and sensorimotor abilities and related brain mechanisms in ASD through inhibitory control tasks, eye movement tasks, and electroencephalography (EEG).
Armstrong, T., Kelly, S., Beard, C., Rifkin, L., & Björgvinsson, T. (2017). Parsing sensitivity to negative affect in borderline personality disorder: A comparison of anxiety and disgust. Personality and Individual Differences, 119, 24-29.
Kelly, S. E., Schmitt, L. M., Sweeney, J. A., Mosconi, M. W. (2018). Inhibitory control of prepotent eye movements in autism spectrum disorder. Poster presented at the annual Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training Autism Across the Lifespan Conference, Overland Park, KS.
Neumann, A. A., Iverson, S. L., Kelly, S., Rosen, I. M., Biermann, A. L., & Gartstein, M. A. (2016). Knowing Your Baby Matters: A temperament education intervention study. Poster presented at the 21st meeting of the Occasional Temperament Conference, Seattle, WA.
Robertson, K., Kelly, S., Schmitter-Edgecombe, M (2016). Recovery of event-based prospective memory following traumatic brain injury. Poster presented at the National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.
Armstrong, T., Engel, M., Press, T., Sonstroem, A., Turner, H., & Kelly, S (2016). Conditioning disgust through spatial rather than temporal contiguity: Validation of a new paradigm. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Long Beach, CA.