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Mel Rutherford, Ph.D. is a professor in the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour, and Canada Research Chair in Social Perception. He graduated from Yale University and earned a Ph.D. in Psychology with an emphasis in Human Development from the University of California at Santa Barbara. A Fulbright Fellowship allowed Dr. Rutherford to study and collaborate with well-known Simon Baron-Cohen in Cambridge, England. Dr. Rutherford also worked with Bruce Pennington and Sally Rogers at the University of Denver as a postdoctoral fellow. He now heads a dynamic research laboratory at McMaster University. Dr. Rutherford is well-known for research in the field of psychology and has been interviewed and quoted in The Globe and Mail, The London Times, The Chicago Times, CBC Radio, Quirks and Quarks, and The Discovery Channel as well as many AP newspapers around the world.
Broader autism phenotype; Infant siblings; Social orienting; Eye tracking
Research Article: J Psychol Psychother 2013, 3: 125