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Ph.D. University of Rochester, 2007 (Clinical Psychology)
M.A. University of Rochester, 2004 (Psychology)
A.B. Princeton University, 2000 (Psychology, Linguistics)
Diehl, J.J., Watson, D., McDonough, J., Gunlogson, C., Young, E.C., & Bennetto, L. (in press). An acoustic analysis of prosody in high-functioning autism. Applied Psycholinguistics.
Diehl, J.J. & Paul, R. (in press). Commentary on the neurobiological bases of prosodic disorders and their assessment. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Invited manuscript.
Arnold, J.A., Bennetto, L., & Diehl, J.J. (in press). The cat vs. he: How adolescents with and without autism choose referential expressions. Cognition. Manuscript in press.
South, M., Diehl, J.J., & Schultz, R.M (in press). Neurobiology: fMRI. In E. Hollander, A. Kolevzon, and J. Coyle (Eds.,) Textbook of Autism Spectrum Disorders. American Psychiatric Publishing: Arlington, VA.
Diehl, J.J., Bennetto, L., Watson, D., Gunlogson, C., & McDonough, J. (2008). Resolving ambiguity: A psycholinguistic approach to prosody processing in high-functioning autism. Brain and Language, 106, 144-152.
Palumbo, D., & Diehl, J.J. (2007). Managing attentional disorders. In Hunter & Donders (Eds.), Pediatric Neuropsychology Interventions (pp. 253-286). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Diehl, J.J., Bennetto, L., & Young, E.C. (2006). Story recall and narrative coherence of high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 34, 83-98.
Young, E.C., Diehl, J.J., Morris, D., Hyman, S.L., & Bennetto, L. (2005). The use of two language tests to distinguish pragmatic language problems in children with autism spectrum disorders. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 36, 62-72.