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Sarah M. Lyle

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Graduate Student
Behavioral and Brain Sciences Program

Sarah is a fourth-year graduate student in the Brain and Behavioral Sciences Program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Georgia. She completed her M.S. in Experimental Psychology from Nova Southeastern University (Fort. Lauderdale, Florida) and a B.A. in Psychology from Ohio Northern University (Ada, Ohio). Sarah is interested in the biological and cognitive consequences of early life stress and adversity. She is further interested in how individual differences (i.e. genetics, sleep, age, physiology, and sex) may moderate these effects. Sarah is a member of the Health and Development Lab, working with Dr. Katie Ehrlich.

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