Interested in learning more about typical and atypical development of social and affective brain systems? Want to learn more about studying brain behaviors through behavioral and neuroimaging techniques?
Dr. Guyer has appointments in both the Human Development program (her primary department) as well as the Psychology department, and is free to mentor students from both programs.
to learn more about the studies underway, sit in on a lab meeting, or how you can join the lab.
Already a graduate student and interested in gaining more research experience?
We are currently looking for Spanish-speaking graduates interested in gaining behavioral testing skills to volunteer for our study. Must be able to read and speak in Spanish fluently. Previous research experience preferred, but not required. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
If you’re a prospective applicant to the Human Development or Psychology graduate programs, please visit the links below for more information about both departments: