B.A. 2007, Rutgers University; Psychology, Mathematics
M.A. 2008, Boston University, Psychology
I am a currently pursuing a Psychology Ph.D. in Human Development at Boston University and I also work on the Infant Sibling Project. I completed my undergraduate degree at Rutgers University where I majored in psychology and mathematics and conducted an honors thesis that investigated infants’ perception of quantity. While I have always enjoyed learning about development in general, I am especially interested in looking at how it occurs differently in atypical cases, such as in individuals with autism. I hope that by closely studying the development of autism over the first two years of life, we can determine where the developmental trajectory begins to differ and use this information to apply earlier and more effective treatment.