Natalie Corbett, BA
I graduated from Temple University in 2018 with a BA in Psychology and minors in Cognitive Neuroscience and English. During my time at Temple, I worked as an undergraduate research assistant on multiple projects within the Child and Adolescent Development of Emotion, Personality, and Psychopathology (CADEPP) Lab, including a longitudinal study examining the developmental correlates between changes in reward responsiveness and depression in adolescents. My research interests include the developmental, neurobiological, and personality mechanisms that underpin child psychopathology, with an emphasis on psychopathy and callous-unemotional traits.
Yuheiry Rodriguez, BA
I graduated from Temple University in May 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. During my undergraduate career, I worked on an honors thesis in Dr. Peter Marshall's Developmental Science Lab as part of the Psychology Honors Program. My thesis examined the relationship between socioeconomic status and executive function, as well as language abilities in children and adults. I am interested in studying how environmental factors influence socioemotional development, antisocial behavior in children, and how we can implement effective interventions to reduce behavioral problems. In the future, I hope to obtain my PhD in Clinical Psychology and work with children and adolescents from under-resourced communities.