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Kelsey Corallo, M.S.

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PhD Student
Behavioral and Brain Sciences Program

Kelsey Corallo is a doctoral candidate in the Behavior and Brain Sciences Ph.D. program at the University of Georgia. Kelsey received her B.S. in Psychology with a Justice Studies minor from Arizona State University in 2015, and spent the following two years teaching pre-kindergarten through the Teach for America program. She is now a member of the Health and Development Laboratory (advisor: Dr. Katherine Ehrlich) at UGA, and is broadly interested in the study of how social experiences influence health and development across the lifespan.

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