executive function; social cognition; intervention
Nicole is a second-year doctoral student working with Dr. Sabine Doebel in the Developing Minds Lab. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a bachelor of science in Developmental Psychology and Neuroscience in 2015. She studies how children develop executive function (neurocognitive skills involved in self-control) and how these skills are related to key developmental outcomes, including school readiness and achievement, behavior and emotion regulation, as well as social cognition. She is also interested in how these skills can be trained and improved to promote adaptive functioning.
B.S. Developmental Psychology & Neuroscience; University of Minnesota
Stucke, N., Doebel, S., Carlson, S. M., & Zelazo, P. D. (2019, October). Exploring Socioeconomic Status Differences in Executive Function Across Development. Poster presented at the Annual Cognitive Development Society Conference, Louisville, KY.
Stucke, N. (2016, November). University of Minnesota Developmental Psychology Departmental Brown Bag Seminar; PowerPoint Presentation: Developmental Change in Brain Rhythms from Early to Middle Childhood: Links to Executive Function. (Also presented at the Developmental Social Cognitive Neuroscience Lab Meeting, Oct 2016).
2019 – Cognitive Development Society
2019 – Society for Research in Child Development
2018 – American Psychological Association | Division 17