UW-Madison Department of Kinesiology - Mary Schneider

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Professor Mary Schneider

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Professor Mary Schneider


Kinesiology
Occupational Therapy (OT)

110 Primate Lab, Harlow  binoculars icon
22 North Charter street
Madison, WI 53715
Office: 608/265-5118
Fax: 608/262-6020

schneider@education.wisc.edu

Personal Biography

Dr. Schneider is an occupational therapist with extensive clinical experience with individuals with FASD, ADHD, sensory processing disorder (SPD), autism spectrum disorder, and alcohol/substance abuse. Her research career began as a doctoral student in developmental psychology, studying under Dr. Stephen Suomi at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Under Suomi’s direction, she adapted the Brazelton Newborn Assessment Scale for Infants to assess early neurobehavior and temperament in monkeys (Schneider & Suomi, 1992), now a widely used test battery in primate laboratories. As an assistant professor at UW-Madison, she was mentored as a WT Grant Faculty Scholar from 1992-1997. Her PET team uses cutting edge neuroimaging techniques to assess neural processing related to 5-HT and DA functioning prior to and after chronic alcohol consumption.


Education

Ph D, Developmental Psychology, Animal Behavior
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison WI

MS, Developmental Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison WI

BS, Occupational Therapy
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison WI


 

 

Research Interests

Dr. Schneider’s research integrates psychobiological approaches to prenatal alcohol and stress exposure with research on brain function using high resolution PET methodology. The overarching goal of her research is to investigate relationships between prenatal risk factors, temperamental characteristics, sensory processing function, neurotransmitter function and vulnerability to excessive alcohol consumption

Grants and Sponsorships

  • 9/14/2016 - Amount: $2,496,124.00, "Fetal Alcohol Effects In Monkeys: Dopamine And Behavior," Awarded By: NIH, Sponsor Type: Federal, Mary L. Schneider, Principal.
  • 7/31/2012 - Amount: $228,681.00, "Supplement For Moderate Prenatal Alcohol In Primates," Awarded By: NIH, Grant Institution: NIH, Sponsor Type: Federal, Mary L. Schneider, Principal.
    Abstract: his supplement adds a component to the existing study of the effects of moderate level prenatal alcohol exposure on alcohol self-administration in adulthood. The supplement plans to collect in vivo PET radioligand measures of 5-HT1A system to examine levels of biogenic amines in brain regions in monkeys exposed parentally to alcohol prior to and after chronic alcohol consumption.
  • 7/31/2012 - Amount: $3,387,474.00, "Moderate Level Prenatal Alcohol Exposure In Primates," Awarded By: Department of Health and Human Services, Grant Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Sponsor Type: Federal, Mary L. Schneider, Principal.
    Abstract: This R01 project evaluates the effect of timing of gestational alcohol exposure on offspring behavior and brain function. Dopaminergic receptor function is characterized using in vivo PET imaging techniques. Risk for excessive alcohol consumption during adulthood is assessed using an operant conditioning paradigm.
  • 5/31/2011 - Amount: $3,467,628.00, "Fetal Alcohol Effects In Monkeys: Dopamine And Behavior," Awarded By: Department of Health and Human Services, Grant Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Sponsor Type: Federal, Mary L. Schneider, Principal.
    Abstract: This R01 project investigates the association between behavior, cognition, and molecular mechanisms of neuronal function in fetal alcohol-exposed nonhuman primates. We are characterizing dopaminergic receptor function using in vivo PET imaging techniques. We are assessing D1R binding in prefrontal cortex, nucleus accumbens, putamen and caudate and cognitive performance dependent on DA function. We also assess DA transporter (DAT) in prefrontal cortex, nucleus accumbens, putamen and caudate as well as cerebral glucose metabolism in prefrontal cortex after cognitive testing versus a control state. Finally, pre-pulse inhibition (assessing sensorimotor gating via well-characterized neural circuit connecting limbic cortical regions and sub-cortical DAergic systems) and and tactile habituation will be assessed.
  • 3/31/2011 - Amount: $125,000.00, "[f-18]mefway Pet To Measure 5-Ht1a Receptors X Envronment Interactions," Awarded By: NIMH, Sponsor Type: Federal, Mary L. Schneider, Other.
  • 3/31/2011 - Amount: $125,000.00, "A 5ht Pet Biomarker For Studying 5ht Gene-Environment Interactions In The Nhp," Awarded By: National Institute of Mental Health, Mary L. Schneider, Other.
    Abstract: This project will examine the potential relationship between 5-HTTLPR polymorphisms, prenatal stress and 5-HT1A binding indices via PET imaging methods in the rhesus monkeys. This study uses prenatally stressed monkeys supported by M Schneider (AA 12277)
  • 9/15/2010 - Amount: $50,000.00, "A Novel Radiotracer To Study 5ht1a Receptors In Fetal Alcohol Exposure," Awarded By: NIAAA, Sponsor Type: Federal, Mary L. Schneider, Other.

Publications

  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Adkins, M., Barr, C.S., Larson, J.A., Resch, L.M., & Roberts, A. (2016). Sensory Processing in Rhesus Monkeys: Developmental Continuity, Prenatal Treatment, and Genetic Influences.
  • Converse, A.K., Moore, C.F., Holden, J.E., Ahlers, E.O., Moirano, J.M., Larson, J.A., Resch, L.M., DeJesus, O.T., Barnhart, T.E., Nickles, R.J., Murali, D., Christian, B.T., & Schneider, M.L. (2014). Moderate-level prenatal alcohol exposure induces sex differences in dopamine d1 receptor binding in adult rhesus monkeys. 38(12), 2934-43.
  • Hillmer, A.T., Wooten, D.W., Tudorascu, D.L., Barnhart, T.E., Ahlers, E.O., Resch, L.M., Larson, J.A., Converse, A.K., Moore, C.F., Schneider, M.L., & Christian, B.T. (2014). The effects of chronic alcohol self-administration on serotonin-1A receptor binding in nonhuman primates. 144, 119-26.
  • Hillmer, A.T., Tudorascu, D.L., Wooten, D.W., Lao, P.J., Barnhart, T.E., Ahlers, E.O., Resch, L.M., Larson, J.A., Converse, A.K., Moore, C.F., Schneider, M.L., & Christian, B.T. (2014). Changes in the α4β2* nicotinic acetylcholine system during chronic controlled alcohol exposure in nonhuman primates. 138, 216-9.
  • Wooten, D.W., Hillmer, A.T., Murali, D., Barnhart, T.E., Thio, J.P., Bajwa, A.K., Bonab, A.A., Normandin, M.D., Schneider, M.L., Mukherjee, J., & Christian, B.T. Initial in vivo PET imaging of 5-HT1A receptors with 3-[(18)F]mefway. Unpublished Manuscript, University of Wisconsin, Madison. 4(5), 483-9.
  • Hillmer, A.T., Wooten, D.W., Slesarev, M.S., Ahlers, E.O., Barnhart, T.E., Schneider, M.L., Mukherjee, J., & Christian, B.T. (2013). Measuring α4β2* nicotinic acetylcholine receptor density in vivo with [(18)F]nifene PET in the nonhuman primate. 33(11), 1806-14.
  • Schneider, M.L., Larson, J.A., Rypstat, C.W., Resch, L.M., Roberts, A., & Moore, C.F. (2013). Moderate-level prenatal alcohol exposure enhances acoustic startle magnitude and disrupts prepulse inhibition in adult rhesus monkeys. 37(10), 1729-36.
  • Converse, A.K., Moore, C.F., Moirano, J.M., Ahlers, E.O., Larson, J.A., Engle, J.W., Barnhart, T.E., Murali, D., Christian, B.T., DeJesus, O.T., Holden, J.E., Nickles, R.J., & Schneider, M.L. (2013). Prenatal stress induces increased striatal dopamine transporter binding in adult nonhuman primates. 74(7), 502-10.
  • Wooten, D.W., Hillmer, A.T., Moirano, J.M., Tudorascu, D.L., Ahlers, E.O., Slesarev, M.S., Barnhart, T.E., Mukherjee, J., Schneider, M.L., & Christian, B.T. (2013). 5-HT1A sex based differences in Bmax, in vivo KD, and BPND in the nonhuman primate. 77, 125-32.
  • Christian, B.T., Wooten, D.W., Hillmer, A.T., Tudorascu, D.L., Converse, A.K., Moore, C.F., Ahlers, E.O., Barnhart, T.E., Kalin, N.H., Barr, C.S., & Schneider, M.L. (2013). Serotonin transporter genotype affects serotonin 5-HT1A binding in primates. 33(6), 2512-6.
  • Murali, D., Barnhart, T.E., Vandehey, N.T., Christian, B.T., Nickles, R.J., Converse, A.K., Larson, J.A., Holden, J.E., Schneider, M.L., & Dejesus, O.T. (2013). An efficient synthesis of dopamine transporter tracer [¹⁸F]FECNT. 72, 128-32.
  • Hillmer, A.T., Wooten, D.W., Slesarev, M.S., Ahlers, E.O., Barnhart, T.E., Murali, D., Schneider, M.L., Mukherjee, J., & Christian, B.T. (2012). PET imaging of α4β2* nicotinic acetylcholine receptors: quantitative analysis of 18F-nifene kinetics in the nonhuman primate. 53(9), 1471-80.
  • Hillmer, A.T., Wooten, D.W., Moirano, J.M., Slesarev, M., Barnhart, T.E., Engle, J.W., Nickles, R.J., Murali, D., Schneider, M.L., Mukherjee, J., & Christian, B.T. (2011). Specific α4β2 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor binding of [F-18]nifene in the rhesus monkey. Synapse, 65, 1309-1318.
  • Wooten, D.W., Hillmer, A.T., Murali, D., Barnhart, T.T., Schneider, M.L., Mukherjee, J., & Christian, B.T. (2011). An in vivo comparison of cis- and trans-[18F]Mefway in the nonhuman primate. Nuclear Medicine and Biology 38:925-932, 38, 925-932.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Barr, C.S., Larson, J.A., & Kraemer, G.W. (2011). Moderate prenatal alcohol exposure and serotonin genotype interact to alter CNS serotonin function in rhesus monkey offspring. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 35, 912-920.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2011). The Effects of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure on Behavior: Rodent and Primate Studies. Neuropsychology Review, pp. 1-18.
  • Wooten, D., Hillmer, A., Murali, D., Barnhart, T., Schneider, M.L., Mukherjee, J., & Christian, B.T. (2011). An in vivo comparison of cis- and trans-[18F]mefway in the nonhuman primate. 38(7), 925-32.
  • Coe, C.L., Lubach, G.R., Crispen, H.R., Shirtcliff, E.A., & Schneider, M.L. (2010). Challenges to maternal wellbeing during pregnancy impact temperament, attention, and neuormotor responses in the infant rhesus monkey. Developmental Psychobiology, 52(7), 625-637.
  • Wilbarger, J.L., Pollak, S., Gunnar, M., & Schneider, M.L. (2010). Sensory processing in internationally adopted, post-institutionalized children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 51(10), 1105-1114.
  • Vandehey, N.T., Moirano, J.M., Converse, A.K., Holden, J.E., Mukherjee, J., Nurali, D., Nickles, R.J., Davidson, R.J., Schneider, M.L., & Christian, B.T. (2009). High-affinity dopamine D2/D3 PET radioligands 18F-fallypride and 11C-FLB457: A comparison of kinetics in extrastriatal regions using a multiple-injection protocol. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, pp. 1-14.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Larson, J.A., Barr, C.S., DeJesus, O.T., & Roberts, A.D. (2009). Timing of moderate level prenatal alcohol exposure influences gene expression of sensory processing behavior in rhesus monkeys. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 3, 1-9.
  • Moore, C.F., Gajewski, L.L., Laughlin, N.K., Luck, M.L., Larson, J.A., & Schneider, M.L. (2008). Developmental lead exposure induced tactile defensiveness in Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Environmental Health Perspectives, 116, 1322-1326.
  • Kraemer, G.W., Moore, C.F., Newman, T.K., Barr, C.S., & Schneider, M.L. (2008). Moderate level fetal alcohol exposure and serotonin transporter gene promoter polymorphism affect neonatal temperament and LHPA axis regulation in monkeys. Biological Psychiatry, 63, 317-324.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., DeJesus, O.T., & Converse, A.K. (2008). Prenatal stress influences on neurobehavior, stress reactivity, and dopaminergic function in rhesus macaques. In T. Burbacher, G.P. Sachett, & K.S. Grant (Eds.), Primate Models of Children’s Health and Developmental Disabilities, (pp. 231-258). Elsevier Press.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Gajewski, L.L., Larson, J.A., Roberts, A.D., Converse, A.K., & DeJesus, O.T. (2008). Sensory processing disorder in a primate model: Evidence from a longitudinal study of prenatal alcohol and prenatal stress effects. Child Development, 79, 100-113.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Gajewski, L.L., Laughlin, N., Larson, J.A., Gay, C., Roberts, A., Converse, A., & DeJesus, O.T. (2007). Sensory processing disorder in a nonhuman primate model: Evidence for occupational therapy practice. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61, 247-253.
  • Schneider, M.L., Champoux, M., & Moore, C.F. (2006). Neurobehavioral assessment of nonhuman primate neonate. Nursery Rearing of Nonhuman Primates in the 21st Century, (pp. 215-247). New York: Springer Science-Business Media, Inc.
  • Moore, C.F., & Schneider, M.L. (2006). Prenatal development. In N. J. Salkind (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Development, (pp. 1018-1020). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Barnhart, T.E., Larson, J.A., DeJesus, O.T., Mukherjee, J., Nickles, J.R., Converse, A.K., Roberts, A.D., & Kraemer, G.W. (2005). Moderate level prenatal alcohol exposure alters striatal dopamine system function in rhesus monkeys. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 29(9), 1685-1697.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., & Kraemer, G.W. (2004). Moderate level alcohol during pregnancy, prenatal stress, or both and limbic-hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis response to stress in rhesus monkeys. Child Development, 75, 96-109.
  • Converse, A.K., Barnhart, T.E., Dabbs, K.A., DeJesus, O.T., Larson, J.A., Nickles, R.J., Schneider, M.L., & Roberts, A.D. (2004). PET measurement of rCBF in the presence of a neurochemical tracer. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 132, 199-208.
  • Roberts, A.D., Moore, C.F., Barnhart, T.E., DeJesus, O.T., Larson, J.A., Mukherjee, J., Nickles, R.J., Schueller, M.J., Shelton, S.E., & Schneider, M.L. (2004). Prenatal stress, moderate fetal alcohol exposure, and dopamine system function in rhesus monkeys. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 26, 169-178.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., & Kraemer, G.W. (2003). On the relevance of prenatal stress to developmental psychopathology: A primate mode. In D. Cicchetti & E. Walker (Eds.), Neurodevelopmental mechanisms in psychopathology, (pp. 155-186). Cambridge University Press.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2003). Prenatal stress and offspring development in nonhuman primates. In Tremblay RE, Barr, RG, Peters, Rde V (Eds.), Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development.
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  • Schneider, M.L., Coe, C.L., & Lubach, G.R. (2002). Prenatal disturbance alters the size of the corpus callosum in young monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology, 41(2), 178-185.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Kraemer, G.W., Roberts, A.D., & DeJesus, O.T. (2002). The impact of prenatal stress, fetal alcohol exposure, or both on development: Perspectives from a primate model. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 27, 285-298.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., & Kraemer, G.W. (2001). Moderate alcohol during pregnancy: Learning and behavior in adolescent rhesus monkey. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 25(8), 1383-1392.
  • Jacobs, S.E., & Schneider, M.L. Neuroplasticity, and the environment: Implications for sensory integration. Unpublished Manuscript, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Therapy Skill Builders.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Roberts, A.D., & DeJesus, O.T. (2001). Prenatal stress alters early neurobehavior, stress reactivity, and learning in nonhuman primates: A brief review. Stress: The International Journal on the Biology of Stress, 4, 183-193.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., & Becker, E.F. (2001). Timing of moderate alcohol exposure during pregnancy and neonatal outcome in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 25(8), 1238-1246.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2000). Effect of prenatal stress on development: A nonhuman primate model. The Minnesota Symposium on Child Psychology. pp. 201-243.
  • Schneider, M.L., Roughton, E.C., Koehler, A.J., & Lubach, G.R. (1999). Growth and development following prenatal stress in primates: An examination of ontogenetic vulnerability. Child Development, 70, 263-274.
  • Coe, C.L., Lubach, G., & Schneider, M.L. (1999). Neuromotor and socioemotional behavior in the young monkey is presaged by prenatal conditions. In M. Lewis & D. Ramsay (Eds.), Soothing and Stress, (pp. 19 - 38). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Roughton, E.C., Schneider, M.L., Bromley, L.J., & Coe, C.L. (1998). Maternal endocrine activation during pregnancy alters neurobehavioral state in primate infants. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 52, 90-98.
  • Schneider, M.L., Clarke, A.S., Kraemer, G.W., Roughton, E.C., Lubach, G., Rimm-Kaufman, S., Schmidt, D., & Ebert, M. (1998). Prenatal stress alters brain biogenic amine levels in primates. Development and Psychopathology, 10, 427-440.
  • Clarke, A.S., & Schneider, M.L. (1997). Effects of prenatal stress on behavior in adolescent Rhesus monkeys. The neurobiology of affiliation. 807, 490-491.
  • Schneider, M.L., Roughton, E., & Lubach, G. (1997). Moderate alcohol consumption and psychological stress during pregnancy induces attention and neuromotor impairments in primate infants. Child Development, 68(5), 747-759.
  • Clarke, A.S., Soto, A., Bergholz, T., & Schneider, M.L. (1996). Maternal gestational alters adaptive and social behavior in adolescent rhesus monkey offspring. Infant Behavior and Development, 19, 453-463.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1994). Infant primate behavior: A guide to laboratory research. American Journal of Primatology, 31, 231-232.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1994). Long-term effects of prenatal stress on HPA axis activity in juvenile rhesus monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology, 27(5), 257-269.
  • Champoux, M., Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1994). Temperament differences between captive Indian and Chinese-Indian hybrid rhesus macaque neonates. Laboratory Animal Science, 44(4), 351-357.
  • Clarke, A.S., & Schneider, M.L. (1993). Prenatal stress has long-term effects on behavioral responses to stress in juvenile rhesus monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology, 26(5), 293-304.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Coe, C.L. (1993). Repeated social stress during pregnancy impairs neuromotor development of the primate infant. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 14(2), 81-87.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1993). Viewpoint: A nonhuman primate model in pediatric occupational therapy. In C. B. Royeen (Eds.), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Early Intervention. American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
  • Coe, C.L., Kemnitz, J.W., & Schneider, M.L. (1993). Vulnerability of placental antibody transfer and fetal complement synthesis to disturbance in the pregnant monkey. Journal of Medical Primatology, 22(5), 294-300.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1992). Delayed object permanence development in prenatally stressed rhesus monkey infants (Macaca mulatta). Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 12(2), 96-110.
  • Coe, C.L., Lubach, G.R., Schneider, M.L., Dierschke, D.J., & Ershler, W.B. (1992). Early rearing conditions alter immune responses of the developing infant primate. Pediatrics, 90(3), 505-509.
  • Schneider, M.L., Coe, C.L., & Lubach, G.R. (1992). Endocrine activation mimics the adverse effects of prenatal stress on the neuromotor development of the infant primate. Developmental Psychobiology, 25(6), 427-439.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1992). Laboratory assessment of temperament and postrotary nystagmus responses in rhesus monkey infants (Macaca mulatta). Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 12(1), 37-52.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1992). Neurobehavioral assessment in rhesus monkey neonates (Macaca mulatta): Developmental changes, behavioral stability, and early experience. Infant Behavior and Development, 15(2), 155-177.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1992). Prenatal stress exposure alters postnatal behavioral expression under conditions of novelty challenge in rhesus monkey infants. Developmental Psychobiology, 25(7), 141-152.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1992). The effect of mild stress during pregnancy on birthweight and neuromotor maturation in rhesus monkey infants (Macaca mulatta). Infant Behavior and Development, 15, 389-403.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Suomi, S.J., & Champoux, M. (1991). Laboratory assessment of temperament and environmental enrichment in rhesus monkey infants (Macaca mulatta). American Journal of Primatology, 25, 137-155.
  • Schneider, M.L., Kraemer, G., & Suomi, S.J. (1991). The effects of vestibular-proprioceptive stimulation on motor maturation and response to challenge in rhesus monkey infants (Macaca mulatta). Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 11, 135-154.
  • Champoux, M., DiGregoria, G., Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1990). Inanimate environmental enrichment for group-housed rhesus macaque infants. American Journal of Primatology, 22, 61-67.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1990). Sensory Integration: Can an animal model be useful? Sensory Integration Special Interest Section Newsletter, 13(3), 3-4.
  • Levin, E.D., Schneider, M.L., Ferguson, S.A., Schantz, S.L., & Bowman, R.E. (1988). Behavioral effects of developmental lead exposure in rhesus monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology, 21, 371-382.
  • Schneider, M.L., Champoux, M., & Beinert, R.H. (1987). The use of computer-assisted behavior observation in sensory integration practice and research. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 4(2), 129-136.
  • Becker (Schneider), M.L., & Schneider, M.L. (1982). Level of sensory integrative functioning in offspring of Vietnam veterans exposed to agent orange. Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 2, 234-244.
  • Banus, B.S., Kent, C.A., Norton, Y.S., Sukiennicki, D.R., Becker (Schneider), M.L., & Schneider, M.L. (1979). The developmental therapist. New Jersey: Slack.

Presentations

  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2011). A nonhuman primate model of atypical sensory processing: Brain, behavior, stress reactivity and genes, Research Colloquium and Tea, American Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Schneider, M.L., Presenter & Author, & Moore, C.F., Author Only (2010). Prospective longitudinal primate study of prenatal stress and alcohol exposure: brain, behavior, stress reactivity, and genes, Fifth Annual Conference of Epidemiological Longitudinal Studies in Europe, Paphos, Cyprus.
  • Wooten, D., Presenter & Author, Hillmer, A., Author Only, Moirano, J., Author Only, Tudorascu, D.L., Author Only, Murali, D., Author Only, Barnhart, T., Author Only, Davidson, R., Author Only, Mukherjee, J., Author Only, Schneider, M.L., Author Only, & Christian, B.T., Author Only (2010, July 24). 5-HT1A Binding of [18F]MEFWAY in the Rhesus Monkey, Society for Neuroreceptor Mapping, Society for Neuroreceptor Mapping, Glasgow United Kingdom.
  • Wooten, D., Presenter & Author, Moirano, J., Author Only, Murali, D., Author Only, Ahlers, E., Author Only, Hillmer, A., Author Only, Engle, J., Author Only, DeJesus, O.T., Author Only, Todd, B., Author Only, Nickles, R.J., Author Only, Mukherjee, J., Author Only, Schneider, M.L., Author Only, & Christian, B., Author Only (2010, June 9). The in vivo kinetics of three 5-HT1A PET antagonists in the rhesus monkey, Society of Nuclear Medicine, Society of Nuclear Medicine, Salt Lake City Utah.
  • Wooten, D., Presenter & Author, Hillmer, A.T., Author Only, Moirano, J., Author Only, Kalin, N.H., Author Only, Mukherjee, J., Author Only, Schneider, M.L., Author Only, & Christian, B.T., Author Only (2010, May 7). Measurement of 5-HT1A binding with [F-18]MEFWAY in the Nonhuman Primate, Molecular Neuroimaging Symposium, National Institutes of Health, Washington DC.
  • Schneider, M.L., Presenter & Author, & Moore, C.F. (2010). Primate model of atypical sensor responsiveness: Brain, behavior, stress reactivity, and genes, Building bridges between research and practice, R2K: Research 2010, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Christian, B.T., Mukherjee, J., & Schneider, M.L. (2009). A novel radiotracer for assessing serotonin 5-HT1A function in prenatal alcohol exposure, Alcoholism, Clinical & Experimental Research.
  • Christian, B.T., Vandehey, N.T., Moirano, J.L., Murali, D., Wooten, D., DeJesus, O.J., & Schneider, M.L. (2009). An in vivo comparison of two 5-HT1A PET Ligands in the nonhuman primate, Brain PET, Chicago Illinois.
  • Vandehey, N.T., Moirano, J.L., Murali, D., Converse, A.K., Engle, J., Nickles, R.J., Holden, J.E., Mukherjee, J., Davidson, R., Schneider, M.L., & Christian, B.T. (2009). Comparison of in vivo kinetics of 18F-Fallypride and 11C-FLB-457, Brain PET, Chicago Illinois.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2009). Prenatal environment shapes brain development, Brain to Five, Appleton, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Larson, J.A., Thiede, A.J., & Converse, A.K. (2009). Relationship of stress responsivity, serotonin and dopamine function, and alcohol consumption in a prospective longitudinal primate study, Alcoholism, Clinical & Experimental Research.
  • Schneider, M.L., Presenter & Author (2009). Review of current research in sensory processing: foundations and mechanisms, Sensory processing and regulatory disturbances in infants and young children: Evidence- based approaches and intervention in infant mental health, Madison Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., Presenter & Author, Moore, C.F., Larson, J.A., Thiede, A.J., Resch, L.M., & Converse, A.K. (2009). Neurobiological correlates of SPD in a primate model: Habituation, sensitization, and dopamine, Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation 9th International Symposium, Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation, Chicago Illinois.
  • Christian, B.T., Vandehey, N.T., Moirano, J.L., Murali, D., Wooten, D., DeJesus, O.J., Barnhart, T.E., Converse, A.K., Nickles, R.J., Mukherjee, J., Davidson, R., & Schneider, M.L. (2009). An in vivo comparison of two 5-HT1A PET ligands in the nonhuman primate, Society for Nuclear Medicine, Society for Nuclear Medicine, Toronto Canada.
  • Schneider, M.L., Presenter & Author, & Moore, C.F., Author Only (2009, November 8). SPD in a primate model: Neurobiological correlates, Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Conference, Middleton Wisconsin.
  • Ahlers, E.O., Moirano, J.M., Christian, B.T., Holden, J.E., Moore, C.F., Schneider, M.L., & Converse, A.K. (2009). Assessment of PET quantitative accuracy when using a stereotactic head holder for the rhesus monkey, World Molecular Imaging Conference, Montreal.
  • Schneider, M.L., Presenter & Author, & Moore, C.F. (2008). Cross-species studies of a tactile responsiveness measure, American Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Long Beach, California.
  • Murali, D., Vandehey, N.T., Christian, B.T., Nickles, R.J., Houser, E.N., Converse, A.K., Larson, J.A., Holden, J.E., & Schneider, M.L. (2008). An efficient synthesis of F18-FECNT, a PET tracer for dopamine transporter, Society of Nuclear Medicine.
  • Schneider, M.L., Cezar, B.B., Carvan, M., & Smith, S. (2008, April 3). Current FASD Research: Results and Implications, A Time for Change - Evidence-Based Strategies for Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond., National Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Conference, Madison Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2008). Fetal Alcohol effects: Dopamine and Alcohol Consumption, Winter Developmental Psychobiology, Cozumel, Mexico.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., & Larson, J.A. (2007). Prenatal stress alters behavior and dopamine function in Rhesus Monkeys, SRCD Biennial Meeting, Boston Massachusetts.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., & Larson, J.A. (2007). The role of prenatal stress on neurobehavior, stress reactivity and brain function in a primate model, SRCD Biennial Meeting, Boston Massachusetts.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2007). The impact of moderate level fetal alcohol exposure on neurobehavior, sensory processing and dopaminergic function in primates, Developmental Neurobehavior Disabilities and Toxic Exposure in the Integrated Toxicology and Environmental Health Program, Durham, NC.
  • Wilbarger, J., Schneider, M.L., Benedict, R., Larson, E., & Harlowe, D. (2006). Update on current occupational therapy research: Autism, sensory processing, evidence-based practice, disparities in access to services, and care giving for children with disabilities, Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association, Middleton, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2006). Primate model of sensory processing disorder: Neurobiological correlates, genetic influences, and candidate causal mechanisms, The Third Annual Barbara Rider Colloquium, Western Michigan University College of Health and Human Services, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2006). Sensory processing disorder in nonhuman primates: Brain, behavior, and gene, Developmental Psychobiology Research Group (DPRG), University of CO Health Sciences Center, Colorado.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2006). Primate model of sensory processing disorder, 19th Annual Midwest Deans’ Occupational Therapy Research Conferenc, College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2006). The impact of prenatal stress and moderate level fetal alcohol exposure on neurobehavior, stress reactivity, and dopamine function in rhesus monkey offsprin, Developmental Psychobiology Seminar, Neuroscience Program, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Bowman Gray Campus, Winston-Salem, N Carolina.
  • Barnhart, T.E., Converse, A.K., Oakes, T.R., Nye, J.A., Dick, D.W., Murali, D., Ferrarelli, F., Massimini, M., Tononi, G., Schneider, M.L., Larson, J.A., Mukherjee, J., Stone, C.K., DeJesus, O.T., Nickles, R.J., & Roberts, A.D. (2005). Methodological development of dynamic dopamine release using [18F]Desmethoxyfallypride, XXIInd International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow, Metabolism, and Function & VIIth International Conference on Quantification of Brain Function with PET, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Schneider, M.L., Benedict, R., Sudsawad, P., Wilbarger, J., & Larson, E. (2005). Update on current Occupational Therapy Research, Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2005, October 8). Neurobiological correlates of SPD in a primate model: Habituation, sensitization, and dopamine function, Sensory Processing Conference for Clinicians, Washington DC.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2005, October 6). Biobehavioral characteristics associated with SPD in a primate model, Sensory Processing Disorder Scientific Workgroup, Wallace Research Foundation, Washington DC.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2005, September 22). Prenatal alcohol and stress exposure in primates, Waisman Center Board of Visitors, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2005). Assessments of Nonhuman primate behaviors related to mental healt, NIMH Conference on Comparative and Primate Research, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2005, May 25). Maternal stress and prenatal alcohol exposure and development of behavior/dopamine systems postpartu, Development of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Study the Impact of Adverse Fetal and Neonatal Experience on Child and Adolescent Mental Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Larson, J., Gajewski, L., Converse, A., Barnhart, T.E., DeJesus, O.T., & Roberts, A. (2005, April 10). Prenatal stress alters sensory processing and dopamine function in a nonhuman primate model, Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2004, November 2). Prenatal stress and fetal alcohol exposure: Effects on complex systems in a primate model, Chaos system group, UW-Madison.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2004, October 8). Moderate level fetal alcohol exposure and prenatal stress: neurobehavior, dopamine function and gene x environment effects in a non-human primate model, Waisman Center, UW-Madison.
  • Barnhart, T.E., Roberts, A.D., DeJesus, O.T., Flores, L.G., Murali, D., Oakes, T.R., Converse, A.K., Dick, D.W., Mukherjee, J., Nickles, R.J., Larson, J., Moore, C.F., & Schneider, M.L. (2004). Paired[18F]FAL and [18F]FMT PET studies in timing of moderate alcohol exposure in rhesus monkeys during pregnancy, 51st Annual Meeting, Society of Nuclear Medicine, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Parker, C.C., Newman, T.K., Barr, C.S., Lesch, K.P., Schneider, M.L., Higley, S.B., Larson, J.A., Higley, J.D., Goldman, D., & Suomi, S.J. (2004). Allele frequency differences in the serotonin transporter gene promoter in two descendent rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) colonies: Implications for colony management, American Society of Primatologists, Madison Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Newman, T.K., Barr, C.S., Larson, J.A., Roberts, A., DeJesus, O.T., & Kraemer, G.W. (2004). Moderation of fetal alcohol effects by variation in serotonin transporter gene in monkeys, Research Society on Alcoholism, Van Couver, B.C.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2004). Habituation, sensitization and neuroplasticity in a primate model of sensory processing function, R2K: Research 2004, Building Bridges between Research and Practice, Pediatric Therapy Network, Los Angeles, California.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2004). Neurobiological correlates of sensory processing disorders in rhesus monkeys: habituation, sensitization, and dopaminergic system function, The Neurobiology of Sensory Processing Disorders, Wallace Research Foundation, Boulder, Colorado.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2004). Fetal Alcohol Exposure Interacts with Serotonin Transporter Gene Promoter Variation in Rhesus monkeys, Winter Developmental Psychobiology Meeting, St. Croix, Virgin Islands.
  • Landrath, L.L., Laughlin, N.K., Moore, C.F., Luck, M.L., Larson, J.A., & Schneider, M.L. (2003). Postnatal lead alters sensory processing in primates, Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, Florida.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2003). Sensory regulation and it's effects on social dominance and behavior, Social Communication and Sensory Integration, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2002). Biobehavioral Characterisitics Associated with Sensory Regulation Disorders in a Primate Mode, Sensory Research Planning Retreat, Evergreen Colorado.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2002). A Primate Model of Sensory Integration, Sensory Integration: Attachment, Autism, and Praxis, Madison WI.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2002, August 25). Sensory Regulation: Behavior and Dopamine Function in Primate, Sensory Integration Today: Research, Theory, and Practice, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2002). Prenatal stress alters neurobehavior and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis response to stress in rhesus monkey, Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Symposium I. Stress, development, and psychopathology, 26th Annual Meeting of the Neurobehavioral Teratology Society, Scottsdale, Arizona.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2002). Neurobehavioral effects associated with sensory regulation disorders in nonhuman primates: Implications for stress-related effects in children, The Psychobiology of Sensory Processing in Early Development, Boston, MA.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Roberts, A., & DeJesus, O.T. (2002). Prenatal stress, attention, motor maturity, stress reactivity, and dopamine function in primate, International Conference on Infant Studies, Toronto Canada.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2002). Maternal stress increases risk for neurobehavioral deficits and altered stress responses in primate, Enhancing outcomes in women’s health: Translating psychosocial and behavioral research into primary care, community interventions, and health policy, Washington DC.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2002). Sensory Regulation and Its Effects on Behavior, Imitation, Praxis and Sensory Integration. Building Bridges Between Research and Practic, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Roberts, A.D., DeJesus, O.T., Schneider, M.L., Barnhart, T.E., Converse, A.K., Dabbs, K.A., Dick, D.W., Larson, J., Schueller, M.J., & Nickles, R.J. (2001). Paired [18F]FMT and [18F]FAL PET studies in rhesus monkeys exposed in utero to alcohol and maternal stress, 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Nuclear Medicine.
  • Schneider, M.L., Moore, C.F., Roberts, A.D., & DeJesus, O.T. (2001). Moderate fetal alcohol exposure and prenatal stress: Neurobehavior and dopamine function in monkey, International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, San Diego, California.
  • Schneider, M.L., Roberts, A.D., DeJesus, O.T., Larson, J., & Nickles, R.J. (2001). Behavior and Paired [18F] FAL and [18F]FMT PET studies in rhesus monkeys exposed to in utero alcohol and prenatal stres, Research Society on Alcoholism, Montreal Canada.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (2001). Prenatal stress modifies postnatal neurobehavior and stress reactivity in primate, Society for Study of Child Development, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2001). The impact of prenatal stress and/or alcohol exposure on neurobehavior, HPA axis, and dopamine function of offspring, Winter Conference on Current Issues in Developmental Psychobiology, Puerto Aventuras, Mexico.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2000). Prenatal stress and its effects on postnatal development and behavior, The XVIth Biennial Meetings of International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Beijing China.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2000). Long term effects of maternal stress in pregnancy on the behavior in the offsprin, Federation of European Neurosciences Societies (FENS), European Journal of Neuroscience, Brighton, UK.
  • Gay, C.L., & Schneider, M.L. (2000). A nonhuman primate model of sensory defensivenes, 13th Annual Midwest Deans' Occupational Therapy Research Day 2000, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2000). OT Research in the next 100 years, 13th Annual Midwest Deans' Occupational Therapy Research Day 2000, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2000). Building collaboration between researchers and practitioners: Illustrations from contemporary research on prenatal influence, Autism, Social Play, and Sensory Integration: Building Bridges Between Research and Practice, Redondo Beach, California.
  • Schneider, M.L. (2000). The impact of prenatal stress, fetal alcohol exposure, or both on development: Perspectives from a primate model, The Intersection of Stress, Drug Abuse, and Development, National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1999). Prenatal stress and development: Insights from primate studies, Department of Psychiatry Annual Lecture Series, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1999). Prenatal influences on early motor behavior in a rhesus monkey model, 25th Annual Motor Development Research Consortium, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1999). A primate model of moderate level fetal alcohol exposure, Animal Models for the Study of Developmental Toxicology II, Horizons in Developmental Toxicology and Developmental Biology, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (1999). Prenatal stress effects on neonatal neurobehavior and neuroendocrine response to stress, Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1999). Prenatal stress in a primate model, Winter Developmental Psychobiology, Grenada. West Indies.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1998). Primate model of stress and alcohol interaction, Perspectives on FAS research of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Washington DC.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (1998). Prenatal stress induces alterations in social and adaptive behavior in subhuman primates, Origins and levels of vulnerability to behavioral and mental dysfunctions, Institute National De La Sante Et De La Recherche Medicale, Aix Les Bains, France.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Moore, C.F. (1998). Prenatal stress alters neurobehavioral and endocrine responses in rhesus monkey offspring, Collegium Internationale Neuro- psychopharmacologicum, Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1998). Can nonhuman primate research enhance pediatric OT practice?, 11th Annual Dean's Research Day, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Smith, S. (1997). Current research on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Effects, Visions for Success: Substance Abuse Treatment for Women, Children, and Their Families, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Koehler, A. (1997). The effect of moderate alcohol consumption and/or stress during pregnancy on offspring behavior and neuroendocrine responses, Neurobehavioral Teratology Society Twenty-first Annual Meeting, Palm Beach, Florida.
  • Schneider, M.L., Roughton, E.C., Koehler, A.J., & Clarke, A.S. (1997). Growth and development in primates following moderate alcohol and/or prenatal stress exposure, Society for the Research in Child Development, Washington DC.
  • Laughlin, N.K., Lasky, R.E., Luck, M.L., & Schneider, M.L. (1996). Evaluation of a neonatal assessment scale in lead exposed and control rhesus monkeys, International Society for Developmental Psychobiology, Washington DC.
  • Habermas, B., & Schneider, M.L. (1996). Prenatal influences of social behavior in Rhesus monkeys, Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., Lubach, G., Roughton, E.C., & Keohler, A. (1996). Prenatal stress and alcohol exposure induces neurobehavioral and neuroendocrine alterations in rhesus monkey offspring, International Primatology Society/ American Society of Primatology, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L., Clarke, A.S., Soto, A., & Bergholz, T. (1996). Long-lasting effects of prenatal stress on emotional regulation in adolescent rhesus monkeys., International Primatology Society/American Society of Primatology Joint Congress, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Lubach, G.R., Coe, C.L., Karaszewski, J.W., & Schneider, M.L. (1996). Pregnancy conditions influence immune and behavioral development of rhesus monkey infants, International Primatology Society/American Society of Primatology Joint Congress, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1996). Prenatal influences on sensory processing., Broadening the Perspectives: Sensory Processing Aspects of Learning and Behavior, Sensory Integration International 1996 Symposium, San Diego, California.
  • Schneider, M.L., Roughton, E.C., Moore, C.F., & Clarke, A.S. (1996). Timing of prenatal stress affects neurobehavioral and endocrine responses in rhesus monkey offspring, Conference for Advancing Research on Developmental Plasticity, National Institute of Mental Health, Washington DC.
  • Clarke, A.S., & Schneider, M.L. (1996). Effects of prenatal stress on behavior in adolescent rhesus monkeys, The Neurobiology of Affiliation, Annals of New York Academy of Science proceedings of the NYAS/NIMH conference.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1995). Primate model of fetal alcohol syndrome, Topics in Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Abuse Course, Summer Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research and Prevention Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1995). Sensory integration and occupational performance: Linking research and clinical application, American Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Denver, CO.
  • Schneider, M.L., Lubach, G., Roughton, E., & Clarke, A.S. (1995). Prenatal stress and/or low-level alcohol exposure in primates: Early neurobehavior, aggression, and HPA axis regulation, Society for Research in Child Development, Indiannapolis, Indiana.
  • Clarke, A.S., Soto, A.A., Abbott, D.H., & Schneider, M.L. (1994). Long-term effects of prenatal stress on HPA axis activity in rhesus monkeys, Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, Seattle, Washington.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Roughton, E.C. (1994). A primate model of mild psychological stress and low-level alcohol exposure during pregnancy, International Conference on Infant Studies, Paris, France.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1994). Psychological stress and low-level alcohol exposure, Perinatal Substance Abuse Conference: Twenty-one years: FAS comes of Age (1973-1994), Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Coe, C.L., Lubach, G.R., Karaszewski, J., Ershler, W.B., & Schneider, M.L. (1994). Prenatal influences on the development of immune competence, Neuroscience Findings in AIDS Research.
  • Champoux, M., Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1993). Neonatal assessment of Chinese-derived and Indian-derived rhesus macaques, International Society for Developmental Psychobiology Annual Meeting, Alexandria, Virginia.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Roughton, E.C. (1993). Linking Primate Research to Human Occupation, Research Colloquium for the American Occupational Therapy Association, Seattle, WA.
  • Schneider, M.L., Clarke, A.S., Roughton, E., & Rimm, S. (1993). Prenatal stress modifies postnatal stress reactivity in primate infants, Society for Research in Child Development, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Clarke, A.S., Schneider, M.L., Abbott, D.H., Ebert, M.H., & Schmidt, D. (1992). Prenatal stress affects later behavioral and physiological responses to stress in rhesus monkeys, the International Society of Developmental Psychobiology, Newport Beach, California.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Clarke, A.S. (1992). Influence of maternal stress during pregnancy on adrenocortical regulation in nonhuman primate infants, International Society for Infant Studies, Miami, Florida.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1992). Longitudinal consequence of perinatal stress on motor and behavioral development of human and nonhuman primate infants, International Society for Infant Studies, Miami, Florida.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Clarke, A.S. (1991). Effects of prenatal stress on adrenocortical regulation during early development in rhesus monkeys, International Society of Developmental Psychobiology, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1991). Mild maternal stress during pregnancy and developmental delays in rhesus monkey infants, Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, Washington.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1990). The effects of prenatal stress on early behavioral development in rhesus monkeys, Deans Conference for Occupational Therapy Research, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1989). A rhesus monkey model of human infancy: Temperament and enrichment effects, Society for Research in Child Development, Kansas City, Missouri.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1988). A nonhuman primate model of human individual differences, International Society of Developmental Psychobiology, Toronto, Canada.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1987). A study of infant development in rhesus monkeys, Deans Conference for Occupational Therapy Research, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
  • Thompson, W., Schneider, M.L., Higley, D., & Suomi, S.J. (1987). Temperament as a predictor of subsequent heart rate in rhesus monkeys, American Society of Primatology, Madison, Wisconsin.
  • Champoux, M., Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1987). Environmental enrichment and affective responses in infant rhesus monkeys, Society for Research in Child Development, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Kraemer, G. (1986). Behavioral and neurobiological effects of different rearing environments on rhesus monkeys, International Society of Developmental Psychobiology, Annapolis, Maryland.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1986). The effects of vestibular-proprioceptive input on subsequent cognitive and social development in rhesus monkeys, Symposium on Sensory Integration, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Suomi, S.J., Champoux, M., Higley, D., Scanlan, J., & Schneider, M.L. (1986). Infant temperament and maternal influences on rhesus monkey biobehavioral ontogeny, International Primatology Society, Gottingen, Germany.
  • Oetzel, K., Delizio, R., Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1986). The quality of early mother-infant attachment as a predictor of later separation behaviors in rhesus monkeys, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Schneider, M.L., & Suomi, S.J. (1985). Neonatal reflex and temperament assessment in rhesus monkeys, Empirical studies of early emotional development, American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California.
  • Schneider, M.L., Levin, E., Schantz, S., & Bowman, R. (1985). Lead effects on development and temperament in rhesus monkeys, Society for Research in Child Development, Toronto, Canada.
  • Schneider, M.L. (1984). Sensory processing and affective functioning in infant rhesus monkeys, Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Departmental Service

  • Occupational Therapy Program Committee
    Dates of Membership: 1996 - Pres.
    Accomplishments: Graduating 24-25 students each year with MS in OT.
  • Committee Chair. Period of Service: 1996 - 2010

School Service

  • Education Graduate Research Scholars Advisory Board
    Dates of Membership: 2010 - Pres.
    Accomplishments: Provide advisory input to EDGRS program.
  • Member. Period of Service: 2010 - Pres.

Awards and Honors

  • A Jean Ayers
    Organization: American Occupational Therapy Foundation
    Purpose: Scholarship/Research
    Scope: International
    Description: To recognize annually occupational therapy clinicians, educators, and researchers who have demonstrated sustained commitment to the application, development, or testing of theory in occupational therapy. The award is given in honor of A. Jean Ayres, PhD, OTR, whose concentration on developing theory in support of practice was of great significance to the profession of occupational therapy.
    Date(s): June 2010 - 2010
  • WT Grant Faculty Scholars Award
    Organization: WT Grant Foundation
    Purpose: Scholarship/Research
    Scope: National
    Date(s): 1992 - 1997
  • Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award
    Organization: University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education
    Purpose: Scholarship/Research
    Scope: School of Education
    Date(s): 2004
  • Bridges to the Ivory Tower Award
    Organization: Pediatric Therapy Network
    Purpose: Scholarship/Research
    Scope: International
    Date(s): 2000
  • Award of Distinction
    Organization: Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association
    Purpose: Scholarship/Research
    Scope: Regional
    Date(s): 1993

Memberships

  • Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD)
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