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Shir Rozenblat

Shir is a PhD student whose doctorate focuses on the role of RRBs and family accommodation in understanding and supporting the development of young autistic children. Prior to her doctorate, Shir graduated from the MA program in educational and clinical child psychology at the Hebrew University, having received her BA from Ben Gurion University in the Negev in education, with a specialty in educational psychology, and politics & government. A recipient of the Hebrew University Presidential Fellowship, Shir has experience working with children with intellectual disabilities, autism, and at-risk youth. While born in Israel, Shir spent most of her childhood in the US before returning with her family and enlisting in the IDF. She enjoys long walks with her dog Johnny, traveling the world, and re-watching sitcoms

Recent Presentations and Publications

Rozenblat, S., Netzer-Hellman, S., Zachor, D., Rudko, N., Zaidman-Zait, A., & Koller, J. (in preparation). The association between RRBs and adaptive functioning

Rozenblat, S., Shimshoni, Y., Lebowitz, E., Perez, M., & Koller, J. (2023). A pilot trial of SPACE (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions) in autism. Child Psychiatry & Human Development

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