CAT Lab Researcher Named Strumpf Scholar

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Congratulations to Alicia Vallorani who was named a 2018 Strumpf Scholar!

The Linda Brodsky Strumpf Liberal Arts Centennial Graduate Endowment recognizes outstanding performance and excellence in graduate studies in areas of research aligned with the mission of the Penn State Child Study Center. The award is designed to promote graduate research productivity and provides selected students with additional support to enhance their research and professional development.

As a Strumpf Scholar, Alicia will further her training in methods for longitudinal data analysis as well as methods for neuroimaging data collection, processing and analysis. She will use her training to examine relations between attention and social engagement in infants and adolescents as well as neural processes underlying social engagement in children at risk for social anxiety.