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The Department of Clinical and Health Psychology

New CHP faculty member paves the way to make UF a leader in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) research.

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(Above) Dr. Cynthia Johnson with her daughter.

  • Hired under UF’s preeminence initiative, Cynthia R. Johnson, Ph.D., is exploring parent training as an approach to treat disruptive behaviors, as well as sleep and feeding problems in young children with ASD.
  • Dr. Johnson attracted national attention when her groundbreaking research was featured in the Journal of the American Medical Association in April.
  • Dr. Johnson hopes that the findings of her research will be disseminated and have an impact in communities, especially those that do not have trained therapists or centers that specialize in ASD.

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