PhD Student under the supervision of Prof. Claire Hughes
I received a BS in Psychology from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in May 2016. At UNC, I worked in a lab focused on social and classroom interventions for high school students with ASD and a lab that compared MRI scans with cognitive abilities of babies at various developmental points. I received a grant to do independent summer research that focused on relationships between extracurricular activities, especially dramatic arts, and expressive reading and storytelling.
My PhD will focus on relationships between screen time, content, and context with instrumental and empathetic prosocial behavior in children as they develop from 14 months to 3 years of age.
Empathy ; antisocial behaviour ; psychology