Phone: (919) 843-4362
B.A., Psychology, Lehigh University
Ph.D., School Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Clinical Psychology Intern, Department of Psychology and Psychiatry, Children’s Village, Dobbs Ferry, NY
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, Center for Development and Learning, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
Dr. Mankowski is a psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor at the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities. Clinical duties include interdisciplinary evaluations of children and adolescents with or at risk for developmental disabilities. She is the lead psychologist for interdisciplinary Hearing and Development Team, specializing in children who are deaf and hard of hearing. Dr. Mankowski currently provides psychological services for several community agencies. She provides neuropsychological consultation and diagnostic evaluations for the child and adolescent acute psychiatric units at Central Regional Hospital in Butner, NC as well as neuropsychological assessment for The Whitaker Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility. Dr. Mankowski is involved in a number of different research projects, including an epidemiological study of children with and without autism. Her professional and research interests include the study of autism, fragile X syndrome, psychiatric symptoms or illness within individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders, and neuropsychological assessment of children with psychiatric illness. Her teaching responsibilities include clinical training of psychology graduate students, interns, and fellows.
1. Roberts, J.E., Mankowski, J.B., Sideris, J., Goldman, B.D., Hatton, D.D., Mirrett, P.L., Baranek, G., Reznick, S., and Bailey, B.D. (2009) Trajectories and Predictors of the Development of Very Young Boys with Fragile X Syndrome, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34 (827-836).
2. Roberts, J.E., Bailey, D.B., Mankowski, J.B., Ford, A., Sideris, J., Weisenfeld, L.A., Heath, T.M., Golden, R. (2009). Mood and anxiety disorders in females with the FMR1 premutation, American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B, Neuropsychiatric Genetics, 150B, (130-139).
3. Hatton, D.D., Skinner, M.L., Sideris, J., Mankowski, J.B., Bailey, D.B., Roberst, J.E., Mirrett, P. (2006). Autistic Behavior in Children with Fragile X Syndrome: Prevalence, Stability, and the Impact of FMRP, American Journal of Medical Genetics, 140A, 17 (1804-1813).