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Hannah Morton



Hannah is a clinical research assistant working on the Building Up Food Flexibility and Exposure Treatment (BUFFET) project, which targets food selectivity in high-functioning adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Hannah also works on the Promoting Perceptual Learning with Oxytocin in Autism study and will join the Study to Explore Early Development (SEED) team in September 2014. Hannah graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2009, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a neuroscience focus and minor. Hannah also earned a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Mississippi State University in 2012. Her graduate research culminated in a master?s thesis entitled ?Current Trends in Researcher Methodology Regarding the Asperger?s Disorder Diagnosis?; this project evaluated the appropriateness of the methodologies researchers use to evaluate individuals with Asperger?s disorder and the consistency with how best-practice methodologies are implemented.

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