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Kate Lindig

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 Kate Lindig is a first-year student in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences program. She is a member of the UGA Infant Lab and is working under the mentorship of Dr. Janet Frick. She is interested in parental caregiving behaviors, such as sensitivity, and their links with developmental outcomes in infants and young children. Additionally, she is interested in finding valid physiological measures for constructs (e.g., emotional regulation) in infants and children that have traditionally relied entirely on parental report. 


B.S., Psychology, Texas Christian University (2023)

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