I am second year clinical psychology graduate student in the Psychology and Law concentration, working under the mentorship of Dr. Andrea Glenn, and under the clinical supervision of Dr. Stanley Brodsky.
I grew up in Wisconsin and received my B.A. magna cum laude in Psychology from Marquette University in May 2013. My master's thesis is exploring the relationship between psychopathic traits and moral decision-making in adolescents.
My current major research project, the Brain and Behavior Development Study, is examining the development of the neural correlates of moral decision-making over a three-year period in adolescence. This project is the first of its kind, and will work both to replicate research previously done in adults and to give an insight into specifically how the brain changes over a significant portion of adolescence.
For information about the Brain and Behavior Development Study, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (205) 920-1821.