Kathryn Suzanne Scherf

Associate Professor of Psychology

Kathryn Suzanne Scherf

Research Summary

Development of face and object representation in typically developing children and children with developmental disorders.

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Publication Tags

Autistic Disorder Ocular Fixation Cues Brain Emotions Magnetic Resonance Imaging Child Puberty Aptitude Databases Mothers Language Autism Spectrum Disorder Facial Recognition Amygdala White Matter Temporal Lobe Technology Research Personnel Picture Naming Phenotype Learning Ocular Vision Caregivers Naming

Most Recent Papers

Measuring sensitivity to eye gaze cues in naturalistic scenes

Gordon Bill, Elisabeth Whyte, Jason W. Griffin, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2020, International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research on p. 1-9

I know that voice! Mothers’ voices influence children's perceptions of emotional intensity

Tawni B. Stoop, Peter M. Moriarty, Rachel Wolf, Rick O. Gilmore, Koraly Perez-Edgar, K. Suzanne Scherf, Michelle C. Vigeant, Pamela M. Cole, 2020, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

Does decreased visual attention to faces underlie difficulties interpreting eye gaze cues in autism?

Jason W. Griffin, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2020, Molecular Autism

The complex emotion expression database: A validated stimulus set of trained actors

Margaret S. Benda, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2020, PLoS One

Puberty and functional brain development in humans

Junqiang Dai, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2019, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

Evaluating the organizational structure and specificity of network topology within the face processing system

Daniel B. Elbich, Peter Molenaar, Kathyrn Suzanne Scherf, 2019, Human Brain Mapping on p. 2581-2595

Young children's neural processing of their mother's voice

Pan Liu, Pamela M. Cole, Rick O. Gilmore, Koraly E. Pérez-Edgar, Michelle C. Vigeant, Peter Moriarty, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2019, Neuropsychologia on p. 11-19

Using Serious Game technology to Improve Sensitivity to Eye Gaze Cues in Autism: The protocol for an exploratory clinical trial

2018, BMJ Open on p. 11

Gaze Following Is Related to the Broader Autism Phenotype in a Sex-Specific Way

Elisabeth M. Whyte, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2018, Clinical Psychological Science on p. 280-287

Improving sensitivity to eye gaze cues in autism using serious game technology

Kathyrn Suzanne Scherf, Jason W. Griffin, Brian Judy, Elisabeth M. Whyte, Charles Geier, Daniel Elbich, Joshua Morrison Smyth, 2018, BMJ Open

Most-Cited Papers

Facing changes and changing faces in adolescence

K. Suzanne Scherf, Marlene Behrmann, Ronald E. Dahl, 2012, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience on p. 199-219

Designing Serious Game Interventions for Individuals with Autism

Elisabeth M. Whyte, Joshua M. Smyth, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2015, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders on p. 3820-3831

A Two-Hit Model of Autism

Giorgia Picci, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2015, Clinical Psychological Science on p. 349-371

The amygdala

K. Suzanne Scherf, Joshua M. Smyth, Mauricio R. Delgado, 2013, Hormones and Behavior on p. 298-313

Connecting developmental trajectories

K. Suzanne Scherf, Lisa S. Scott, 2012, Developmental Psychobiology on p. 643-663

What precedes which

K. Suzanne Scherf, Beatriz Luna, Galia Avidan, Marlene Behrmann, 2011, Cerebral Cortex on p. 1963-1980

A theoretical rut

Giorgia Picci, Stephen J. Gotts, Kathyrn Suzanne Scherf, 2016, Developmental Science on p. 524-549

The visual white matter

Ariel Rokem, Hiromasa Takemura, Andrew S. Bock, K. Suzanne Scherf, Marlene Behrmann, Brian A. Wandell, Ione Fine, Holly Bridge, Franco Pestilli, 2017, Journal of Vision on p. 4

Two faces, two languages: An fMRI study of bilingual picture naming

Yunqing Li, Jing Yang, K. Scherf, Ping Li, 2013, Brain and Language on p. 452-462

From Caregivers to Peers

Giorgia Picci, K. Suzanne Scherf, 2016, Psychological Science on p. 1461-1473