Sylvie Goldman

Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology


Sylvie Goldman, PhD is a clinician and researcher in the division of Child Neurology and Cognitive Neuroscience at Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. Goldman is a developmental psychologist who studies young children with neurodevelopmental disorders. She has a training in child psychodynamic psychotherapy and developmental neuropsychology with a focus on brain development and early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). She is interested in sex/gender factors that affect parents and children’s behaviors as well as clinician’s diagnostic process. More specifically she studies how early gendered parenting practices may delay the diagnosis of young girls with ASD. Dr. Goldman's research also focuses on motor phenotypes and repetitive behaviors in ASD. She is a current awardee of the Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience and the Center for Science and Society. She teaches early language development in the Columbia Parent-Infant Psychotherapy Program.
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Columbia University Medical Center - Presbyterian Hospital
622 West 168th Street, PH18-331
New York, NY 10032
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