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Alexandra “Sasha” Key, Ph.D.

Research Associate Professor, Hearing & Speech Sciences Department
Director, Psychophysiology Services


My lab uses psychophysiological measures (EEG/ERP, eye tracking) to understand mechanisms of sensory and cognitive processes in developmental disabilities, to identify markers of risk for adverse outcomes, and to document treatment effects. A related line of research concentrates on the development of brain-based cognitive assessments that do not require behavioral responses for use in infants and individuals with limited verbal and/or motor functioning.