Carly Graham is a master's student in the Psychological Science program with a concentration in developmental psychology. Prior to joining the lab in the summer of 2019, she received her B.A. in Anthropology and in Gender Studies and then a J.D. from Washington University. Following graduation, she worked as an attorney specializing in estate planning and legal ethics.
Broadly, her research focuses on the ways in which neurological and cognitive differences between individuals might change how the same environmental influences may cause differing developmental outcomes.