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Anne Pradella Inge, PhD

Programs
Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD)





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Service LocationsChildren's National Medical Center - Sheikh Zayed Campus for Advanced Children's Medicine
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20010
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Phone: 202-476-5000

Children's Outpatient Center of Montgomery County
*Note: GPS and online direction tools such as MapQuest or Yahoo Maps do not work for this location. Please use "Driving Directions" provided below:

Shady Grove Medical Park
9850 Key West Avenue
Rockville, MD 20850
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Phone: 301-765-5400 or 800-787-0243
Fax: 301-765-5497
*Ambulatory Surgery Center 301-765-5500

Children's Outpatient Center of Montgomery County (Neuropsychology)

15245 Shady Grove Road, Suite 350 (South Building)
Rockville, MD 20850
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Phone: 301-765-5430
Fax: 301-765-5497

Driving Directions: From points south:
  • I-270 North towards Frederick
  • Take exit 8, stay in left lane
  • Turn left onto Shady Grove Road. Stay in the left-hand lane
  • After crossing over I-270, turn left at second light onto Corporate Boulevard
  • Take the first or second left turn into the parking area.
    You will want to enter the building at the South Entrance (the end of the building closest to the parking lot entrance). When inside the lobby, take the elevator to the Third Floor. As you exit the elevator, our office will be immediately to your left.
From points west:
  • I-270 South
  • Take exit 8 for Shady Grove Road
  • Stay in the left of the two right-hand turn lanes
  • After turning right onto Shady Grove Road, get in the far left lane and make a left onto Corporate Boulevard at the first light
  • Take the first or second left turn into the parking area
    You will want to enter the building at the South Entrance (the end of the building closest to the parking lot entrance). When inside the lobby, take the elevator to the Third Floor. As you exit the elevator, our office will be immediately to your left.


The division of Neuropsychology includes the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, which can be reached directly at the following numbers:
To make an appointment:

Contact Christine Amerasinghe
301-765-5432

To participate in research:
Contact Autism Research Staff
301-765-5425
e-mail: autism@childrensnational.org

Center Manager: Frances Lewandowski


Biography

Anne Inge, PhD, specializes in diagnostic evaluation and developmental and cognitive assessment of children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD. Dr. Inge received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Miami in 2009. She completed her clinical internship at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine/Kennedy Krieger Institute, during which she specialized in early detection of ASDs in high-risk infant sibling cohorts. Her research interests have focused on examining individual differences in child characteristics associated with motivational bias and their relations to timing of diagnosis and outcomes among children with ASDs.
Education
TypeSchoolLocationDegreeField of StudyYears
Undergraduate Education Georgetown University Washington, DCBachelor of Arts 1998 -2002
Graduate Education University of Miami Coral Gables, FLDoctor of Philosophy 2004 -2009
Affiliations and Memberships
TitleInstitutionCommittee / SectionYears
MemberInternational Society for Autism Research2008 - 2013
MemberAmerican Psychological Association2004 - 2013
Publications
Journal Article, Burnette, C., Henderson, H., Inge, A., Zahka, N., Schwartz, C., & Mundy, P. (2011), Anterior EEG Asymmetry and the Modifier Model of Autism, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41, 1113-1124.

Journal Article, Schwartz, C. B., Henderson, H. A., Inge, A. P. Zahka, N. E., Coman, D. C., Kojkowski, N. M., Hileman, C. M., & Mundy, P. C. (2009), Temperament as a predictor of symptomotology and adaptive functioning in adolescents with high-functioning Autism, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 39, 6, 842-855.

Journal Article, Henderson, H. A., Zahka, N. E., Kojkowski, N. M., Inge, A. P., Schwartz, C. B., Hileman, C. M., Coman, D. C., & Mundy, P. C. (2009), Self-referenced memory, social cognition, and symptom presentation in autism, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 50, 7, 853-861.

Journal Article, Mundy, P. C., Henderson, H. A., Inge, A. P., & Coman, D. C. (2007), The modifier model of autism and social development in higher functioning children with autism, Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 32, 2, 1-16.

Journal Article, Henderson, H.A., Schwartz, C.B., Mundy, P.C., Burnette, C.P., Sutton, S.K., Zahka, N.E, & Pradella, A.G. (2006), Error monitoring, the anterior cingulate cortex and differences in social behavior and autism, Brain and Cognition, 61, 1, 96-109.

Journal Article, Henderson, H., Schwartz, C., Mundy, P., Burnette, C., Sutton, S., Zahka, N., & Pradella, A. (2006), Response monitoring, the error-related negativity, and differences in social behavior in autism, Brain and Cognition, 1-14.

Journal Article, Towbin, K.E., Pradella, A., Gorrindo, T., Pine, D.S., & Leibenluft, E. (2005), Autism spectrum traits in children with mood and anxiety disorders., Journal of Child and Adolescent of Psychopharmacology, 15, 452-464.

Journal Article, Dickstein, D.P., Rich, B.A., Binstock, A.B., Pradella, A.G., Towbin, K.E., Pine, D.S., & Leibenluft, E. (2005), Comorbid anxiety in phenotypes of pediatric bipolar disorder, Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 15, 534-548.

Journal Article, Dickstein, D.P., Garvey, M., Pradella, A.G., Greenstein, D.K., Sharp, W.S., Castellanos, F.X., Pine, D.S., & Leibenluft, E. (2005), Neurologic examination abnormalities in children with bipolar disorder or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, Biological Psychiatry, 58, 517-524.

Journal Article, Ernst, M., Dickstein, D.P., Munson, S., Eshel, N., Pradella, A., Jazbec, S., Pine, D.S., & Leibenluft, E. (2005), Reward-related processes in pediatric bipolar disorder: A pilot study, Journal of Affective Disorders, 82, 89-101.
 


   
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