Relationship between Executive Functioning and Weight Management in Early Childhood; Educational Trajectories of Children with Emotional Disability (ED)
My name is Amber Shriver and I am a fifth year PhD student in the Applied Developmental Psychology program at George Mason University. I hold a Bachelors of the Sciences degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park; a Master's degree in Special Education from George Mason University; and a Master's degree in Applied Developmental Psychology from George Mason University. My research focuses on the relationships between executive functioning, socio-economic status, language, bilingualism, acculturation, parenting stress, and weight management; as well as the educational trajectories of students labeled as having an Emotional Disability (ED) in the public school system. I am also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
BS in Psychology, University of Maryland, College Park, May 2013
MEd in Special Education, George Mason University, August 2015
MA in Applied Developmental Psychology, George Mason University, May 2016