Before joining the IHP, Kelsey worked at a psychiatric hospital, and spent a year doing volunteer research on children's social and cognitive development, specifically, how children learn biological information in informal settings, and how children conceptualize power and status. Her academic interests include child/adolescent development and risks psychopathology. In her free time she enjoys yoga and learning about Eastern religions and philosophies. 

  • B.A, Psychology and Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC

Yuly-Youngblood, A., Boseovski, J., Black, K., Barrett, K. (2022, June). How do social power and social status impact children’s social preferences?, Jean Piaget Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA 2022 

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