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Hello! I'm Arcadia

I'm passionate about preparing children of all backgrounds to succeed and meet their cognitive potential. Broadly, my research interests involve the effects of early adversity and chronic stress on neurocognitive development with the intent on improving long-term cognitive and academic outcomes for underserved populations. As a scientist, I am eager to leverage data to make lasting real-world impacts.

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Arcadia Ewell

Third-Year PhD Student Studying Developmental Science

Intended Dissertation Research:

Relations between strain on the family associated with COVID-19 and neurocognitive development.

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EDUCATION

2020- Present

Doctoral Degree

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Intended Dissertation Topic: Relations of family strain associated with COVID-19 with children's neurocognitive functioning.

2020-2022

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Master's Degree

Research Topic: Early biological and environmental correlates of school readiness.

2014-2018

Bachelor's Degree

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND

Thesis Topic: Consequences of unsolicited advice in psychodynamic psychotherapy.

 
 

SKILLS

Microsoft ExCel - Advanced

Microsoft Word - Advanced

Power Point - Proficient

SPSS - Advanced

R Studio - Intermediate

Adobe - Proficient

Methods