Emily is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology. Prior to entering graduate school, she earned her B.A. in Psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia and worked for two years as a volunteer in the Temple Infant and Child Lab. Emily is interested in the relations between bilingualism, math and memory development, and the ways in which children learn through informal learning activities.
Nicole is a third-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology. Prior to returning to school, Nicole earned her Ed.M. in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard and worked for two years as a research and evaluation analyst at Abt Associates in Bethesda. Nicole is interested in tools and interventions that can enhance children's early understanding of number, including informal learning activities like number games.
Eva is the lab manager for the Early Childhood Interaction Lab. She received her bachelor’s in Psychology from Barnard College, Columbia University. She served as a Hughes Scholar and research assistant in the Barnard Cognitive Development Center, as well as lab manager in the Barnard Social Psychology lab. Her research interests include children and infants’ normal and abnormal development patterns, as well as how relationships impact those patterns.