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Koraly Perez-Edgar, Ph.D.

McCourtney Professor of Child Studies and Professor of Psychology

Accepting graduate students for fall 2022

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Office Phone: (814) 865-9272

Curriculum Vitae

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Education:

  1. Ph. D., Harvard University, 2001

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Research Interests

Koraly Pérez-Edgar is interested in the relations between temperament and psychopathology. In particular, children with the extreme temperamental trait of behavioral inhibition and shyness show increased risk for social anxiety. However, individual differences in attention mechanisms may play an important role in ameliorating or exacerbating these underlying vulnerabilities. In conducting her work, Dr. Pérez-Edgar has taken a multi-method approach involving direct observation of behavior and cognitive functioning, psychophysiology (EEG & ERP), and neuroimaging (fMRI).  Her next projects  examine the emergence of attention to threat in the first two years of life and use mobile eye-tracking technology to observe social behavior in young children.

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