Social-Emotional Development and Intervention
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I am a third year undergraduate student pursuing a Specialist degree in Psychology. I have previously worked as a volunteer research assistant at SEDI Lab and am currently a ROP student at the Social Neuroscience Lab on a project examining the neuroendocrine mechanisms underlying socio-behavioural differences in eusocial mammals. My research interests broadly encompass the interplay of neurobiological and social factors that contribute to developmental and psychopathological disorders. Specifically, I am interested in how brain neurocircuity and social diversity contribute to abnormal development, and how neurobiological systems regulate the formation of social bonds.