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Christina Hogan, MA 

Christina Hogan is a 6th year graduate student mentored by Dr. Jennifer McDermott in the Learning Lab. She is in the Clinical Psychology PhD program, training to be a licensed clinical psychologist, with the goal of providing evidence-based intervention with children and families. Her research has focused on individual and contextual risk factors for internalizing and externalizing in children and adolescents, spanning factors such as family context, neural markers, and epigenetics. She is currently preparing her dissertation, which focuses on how early exuberant temperament and self-conscious emotion expression predict longitudinal risk for internalizing and externalizing disorders. She currently lives in Worcester, MA and loves to read, hang out with her two cats, and hike the beautiful Northeast mountains!

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences 

Tobin Hall 603

Amherst, MA 01003

Lab: (413) 577-3777

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