Clare Harrop

Clare Harrop



Education

PhD, Developmental Psychopathology, University of Manchester (UK), 2011

MSc, Reading, Language and Cognition (Psychology), University of York (UK), 2007

BSc, Psychology, University of Durham (UK), 2006

Awards and Honors

Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Travel Award (2016)

International Society For Autism Research Travel Award (2015)

Autism Speaks Toddler Treatment Network Young Investigator (2015) 

Selected Publications

Harrop, C., Hudry, K., Green, J., & the PACT Consortium (online first). Play Complexity and Toy Engagement in Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Do Girls and Boys Differ? Autism 

Harrop, C., McBee, M., & Boyd, B (2016). How Are Child Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors Associated with Caregiver Stress Overtime? A Parallel Process Multilevel Growth Model. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46(5), 1773-1783

Harrop, C., Gulsrud, A., Shih, W., Hovsepyan, L*., & Kasari, C. (2016) Characterizing caregiver responses to restricted and repetitive behaviors in toddlers with autism spectrum disorder. Autism, 20(3), 330-342.

Harrop, C., Gulsrud, A., & Kasari, C. (2015) Does gender moderate core deficits in ASD? An investigation into restricted and repetitive behaviors in girls and boys with ASD. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45(11), 3644-3655.

Harrop, C. (2015) Evidence-Based Caregiver Mediated Interventions for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Case of Restricted and Repetitive Behaviors. Autism, 19(6), 662-672.

Harrop, C., Shire, S., Gulsrud, A., Chang, Y., Ishijma, E., Lawton, K., & Kasari, C (2015). Does gender moderate core deficits in ASD? An investigation into social-communication and play. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 45(3), 766-777.

Research interests 

  • Restricted and repetitive behaviors in ASD
  • Sex differences in ASD
  • Early intervention
  • Translational research methods 

Research funding

  • Grabbing the Attention of Girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Autism Science Foundation Accelerator Grant (PI: Harrop)
  • Attention in Girls with Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Eye-Tracking Approach to Gender Specific Circumscribed Interests. NC TRaCS Pilot 2k (PI: Harrop) 

Affiliated groups and grants 

  • Behavioral Inflexibility in Developmental Disabilities (PI: Boyd)
  • CIDD Autism Journal Club

        

 

 

 

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