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Morgan Botdorf

Morgan Botdorf is a doctoral student in the Cognitive and Neural Systems program of Psychology at the University of Maryland, College Park and NSF Fellow. She also received her Master of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland. Morgan’s research interests include brain and cognitive development in early childhood. Specifically, she is interested in how structural and functional changes in the brain relate to the development of memory in young children. She is also interested in how factors, such as early life stress and parenting, influence brain and cognitive development.

How Does The Brain Relate To Working Memory In Young Children?

Have you ever repeated a phone number over and over in your mind in order to remember it, yet forgot it anyway while dialing? This common occurrence reflects a failure of working memory, a type of memory that can be […]