Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Psychology, and Psychiatry; Director of Training, UCEDD; Associate Director, VKC LEND Training Program; Psychological Assessment Coordinator, Participant Recruitment and Assessment Core
405B One Magnolia Circle
Evon Lee, Ph.D., has expertise in the assessment of children with a variety of developmental disabilities, including children on the autism spectrum. She has served as primary psychologist in clinics serving neonates, infants and young children, children with cochlear implants, and pediatric AIDS. Dr. Lee assists Center investigators with psychological testing for discrete, time-limited needs or when intensive testing efforts are necessary. She is available to conduct direct testing for pilot data purposes, with a discrete number of participants, or to demonstrate test feasibility for grant proposals. She assists with training research assistants in testing protocols. Dr. Lee organizes and leads training workshopson new tests and test re-standardizations, especially for tests widely used by Center investigators. She consults on a broad range of psychological and behavioral measures. She has assisted investigators with the selection of tests during the planning phases of projects and on the interpretation of psychological test data. She is available to provide reliability checks and supervision of tests used in longitudinal studies. Finally, she has oversight of the Center's psychological test library.