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Raymond G. Romanczyk

Distinguished Service Professor; Co-Director

Psychology; Institute for Child Development


Romanczyk's laboratory is primarily focused on research concerning the etiology, assessment, and treatment of childhood disorders, in particular: autism spectrum disorders, developmental, attention and learning disorders, as well as family variables and issues. The Institute for Child Development maintains a state certified, full-day school serving children 12 months to 12 years of age), as well as child clinics (The Children's Units) that provide "in-house" opportunities for clinical training and research. A large, full-time professional staff is employed by the Units, composed of individuals in clinical psychology, school psychology, neuropsychology, special education and speech pathology. The laboratory has extensive state of the art research equipment.


  • PhD, MS, Rutgers University
  • BA, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Research Interests

  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • attention deficit and learning disabilities
  • applied behavior analysis
  • behavior therapy
  • technology application to human services
  • large scale service delivery systems


  • Associate Director
  • Center for Development and Behavioral Neuroscience (CDBN); Executive Director
  • Institute for Child Development (ICD)