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Adam Naples, PhD

Assistant Professor in the Child Study Center

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Adam Naples, PhD



Adam Naples, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Child Study Center at the Yale School of Medicine. As a researcher at Yale he has co-authored papers on autism, reading disability and genetics and developed novel experimental methods for studying brain activity during live and simulated social interactions. Dr. Naples received his B.S from Cornell University, his Ph.D. in psychology from Yale University, and post-doctoral training at the Yale Child Study Center. He has also been active in the mentoring and training of graduate and undergraduate students and post-doctoral fellows. His primary research interests are understanding the neural and cognitive mechanisms that lead to variability in developmental disorders.

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  • PhD
    Yale University (2009)
  • MS
    Yale University (2004)

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