Graduate Students

Roseanna Hatton, M.A., Ed.S.

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Roseanna is earning her Ph.D. in Brain and Cognitive Development. She was initially trained as an elementary school teacher before earning her Masters degree in Psychology and Educational Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Middle Tennessee State University. Roseanna is a licensed school psychologist with research interests in child development, assessment of children with autism spectrum disorders, development of academic efficacy in children, and school-based academic intervention


Seyma Inan

screen-shot-2017-02-25-at-3-34-36-pmSeyma is a first year graduate student in the Brain and Cognitive Development program. She joined the lab in Fall 2016 after graduating from Eastern Michigan University with a major in Psychology and minors in Social Work and Religion. Seyma enjoys researching human interactions, observing behaviors, and listening to the world views of individuals. In addition, she has special interests in the quality of parent child relations and the future effects on child’s emotional and language development under the effects of cultural, ethnic, and minority issues.



Seham Almutairi