College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Graduate Research Assistant
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|B.S||Psychology||Arizona State University||2019|
My research interests are centered around parent-child relationships. Specifically, I am interested in researching how various parent practices influence child stress reactivity throughout the developmental transition from childhood to adolescence. Furthermore, I am interested in research pertaining to parent practices, and which of these practices can be promotive or protective for child socioemotional development.
Prior Professional Positions
|Organization||Title||Years of Service|
|Arizona State University - Department of Psychology | Arizona Twin Project||Research Assistant||2|
|Arizona State University - Department of Psychology | Adolescent Stress and Emotion Lab||Research Assistant/Intern||1|
I am currently working under the supervision of Dr. Kalsea Koss. The research I am utilizing in this lab is from the Fragile Families Project. This project is a longitudinal study that investigates the development of low-income families. This project utilizes a diverse sample, and investigates familial dyads to determine how placement in a risky environment can influence developmental trajectories.