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Arnold School of Public Health

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Abigail Hogan, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders
Arnold School of Public Health
Phone: 803-777-6050
Resources: Google Scholar
Curriculum Vitae
Abigail Hogan

Research and Teaching Interests

Dr. Hogan's research focuses on characterizing the developmental emergence, trajectories, and predictors of anxiety in young autistic children and children with FMR1-associated conditions such as fragile X syndrome and the FMR1 premutation. Dr. Hogan's research utilizes multiple biobehavioral methods (e.g., observational assessment, diagnostic interviewing, eye tracking, heart activity) within a developmental framework to investigate how, when, and why anxiety develops in autism and FMR1-related conditions and to clarify how anxiety impacts broader functioning. Dr. Hogan is also interested in understanding the relationship between anxiety symptoms and social communication difficulties in young children across early development. The ultimate goal of Dr. Hogan's work is to inform targeted treatments that will reduce the negative impacts of anxiety and improve quality of life in children and their families.

If you are an undergraduate student interested in working in Dr. Hogan's lab, please complete this form.

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