Maria Stacy | Psychology | SIU

Southern Illinois University



Maria Stacy

Doctoral Student, Clinical (Child) Psychology


East Providence, RI

Undergraduate Institution:

St. Olaf College, BA English; Towson University, BS Psychology

Current Program:

PhD in Clinical Psychology, Child Track

Year of Matriculation:


Research Interests:

Developmental Neuropsychology, biological basis of learning disabilities

Publications and Presentations: 

Stacy, M. E., Zablotsky, B., Yarger, H. A., Zimmerman, A., Makia, B., & Lee, L. C. (2013). Sex differences in co-occurring conditions of children with autism spectrum disorders. Autism, 1362361313505719.

Stacy, M., Close, H., Zablotsky, B., Makia, B., Zimmerman, A. and Lee, L. “Sex Differences in Co-Occurring Conditions of ASD”.  Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), May 2012, Toronto, ON, CA.

Teaching Experience:

TA for Introduction to Psychology (Psych 102)

Future Career Plans:


What Attracted Me to SIU:

Research conducted by Dr. Michelle Kibby