Amy Lee Wagner

Amy Wagner

Major Professor: Craig McDonald/Erik Henricson


Social-Emotional, Special Needs, Early Identification and Intervention

Life Phases
Infancy, Early Childhood

Research Profile


Research Interests
Early identification of developmental delays in boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy; Treatment of infants and toddlers with Autism Spectrum Disorder; Early intervention

Selected Publications

Wagner, A.L., Wallace, K.S., & Rogers, S.J.  (2014).  Developmental treatment approaches for young children with autism spectrum disorders.  In P. Sturmey, D. Dixon, J. Matson, & J. Tarbox (Eds.)  The Handbook of Early Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders:  Research, Practice, and Policy.  New York:  Springer.

Rogers, S.J., Vismara, L.A., Wagner, A.L., McCormick, C., Young, G., Ozonoff, S.  (2014).  Autism treatment in the first year of life:  A pilot study of Infant Start, a parent-implemented intervention for symptomatic infants.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 44, 2981-95.

Vismara, L.A., McCormick, C., Wagner, A.L., Monlox, K.  (in review).  Telemedicine as a means of autism intervention.

Wagner, A.L. & Rogers, S.J. (2011). The Early Start Denver Model: An intervention for toddlers with autism. Pedagogisk Profil, 18, 12-15.

Mangione, P.L., Lally, J.R., Smithberger, M., Tsao, C., Greenwald, D., Wagner, A., Webb-Schmitz, S., & Kriener-Althen, K. (2006). California’s Infant/Toddler Learning and Development System. Bridges, Fall, 4-10.