Hatty Lara

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Child Cognition Lab Faculty Advisors: Rebecca Gomez & Heidi Hamann

Hatty Lara

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology Child Cognition Lab Faculty Advisors: Rebecca Gomez & Heidi Hamann

Hatty is a Graduate Student studying Clinical Psychology. She graduated with a B.S. in Psychology at the University of Texas at El Paso, and a M.S. in Psychological Sciences at the University of Texas at Dallas. In between school, she worked as a Research Assistant at UTSouthwestern Medical Center - then Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso for cancer prevention programs. Hatty's research interest is word learning using EEG data in infants and young children. In her free time, Hatty enjoys hiking and traveling.

Research Interests: 

  •  Word learning using EEG data in infants and young children

Selected Publications: 

  • Lara, H., Ralph, Y.K., Maguire, M. J. (2017, October). Word Learning with and Without Visual Cues in Children. Poster session presented at the Cognitive Development Society Biennial Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Lara, H., Schneider, J.M., & Maguire, M.J. (2018, April). Neural differences between Nouns and Verbs in Children. Poster for the Master’s in Psychological Science program at the University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX.
  • Ralph, Y.K., Maguire, M. J., Lara, H., Rojas, R. (2017, October). The influence of gender and language on Spanish-English bilingual kindergarten and first grade children's use of social words and clout. Poster session presented at the Cognitive Development Society Biennial Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Calderón-Mora, J., Lara, H., Hernandez, B., Alvarado, L., & Molokwu, J. Who is More Likely to be Vaccinated? Uptake by Gender Among Latinos Along the US-Mexico Border. Oral presentation at 2021 ASCCP Scientific Meeting on Anogenital & HPV-Related Diseases, Virtual Meeting.

Updated: 07/20/22

Degrees

  • B.S. Psychology, University of Texas: El Paso
  • M.S. Psychological Sciences, University of Texas: Dallas
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