Marta Korom, Graduate Student
University of Delaware
850 Library Avenue, Suite 206
Newark, DE 19716
I am a first year graduate student in the Clinical Science PhD program at the University of Delaware. I received my B.A. from the University of Szeged, Hungary, in Human Behavior Analysis, and my M.A. in Personality and Psychopathology from Teachers College, Columbia University. During my studies at Columbia, I worked with Dr. Nim Tottenham in the Developmental Affective Neuroscience lab where I examined the impact of parental neglect on the structural development of the brain. My graduate research centers around behavioral, cognitive, and physiological indicators of risk and resilience, and the effect of the ABC intervention on the neurobiological development and mental health outcomes of adversity-exposed children.
BA, Human Behavior Analysis, University of Szeged, Hungary, EU
MA, Psychology (Clinical and Health Psychology Concentration), University of Szeged, Hungary, EU
MA, Personality and Psychopathology, Teachers College, Columbia University, NY
Courses Taught as a TA
Publications and Presentations:
Korom, M., Callaghan, B., VanTieghem, M., Silvers, J., Choy, T. & Tottenham, N. The power of self-generated emotions: effects of educators' instructions and dyadic interactions on children's experiences at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In progress.
VanTieghem, M., Korom, M., Flannery, J., Varman, L., Choy, T., Caldera, Ch., Gabard-Durnam, L., Goff, B., Gee, D., Humphreys, K., Telzer, E., Shapiro, M., Louie, J., Fareri, D., Bolger, N., & Tottenham, N. Altered developmental trajectories of stress physiology and subcortical neurobiology following early caregiving adversity. In progress.
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