Jonathan Rodgers

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Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Counseling and School Psychology, University at Buffalo, 2012
B.A., Sociology and Philosophy, Cornell University, 2001

rodgers1@canisius.edu 2815 Office: HS 211; SH 1016B

Dr. Rodgers is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences and a member of the Institute for Autism Research. His research interests include neuropsychological, behavioral, personality, and social-emotional characteristics of children and adults with autism spectrum disorder. He teaches courses in School Psychology and Developmental Psychology. He pursues a number of research studies including development and validation of outpatient, home-based, and school-based comprehensive treatment programs for children with ASD; emotion processing characteristics of children and adults; social-emotional function of siblings and children with ASD; and longitudinal changes in behavior, personality and clinical features.