Carly Champagne, PhD.
Carly is a postdoctoral scholar in the SNAP lab. Carly’s graduate degrees are in Educational Psychology, with a PhD from Temple University in 2019 and an MA from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln in 2015. Carly’s research focuses on the development of children’s self-perceptions, with a particular interest in how aspects of the environment (e.g., parents and teachers) contribute to children’s perceptions, affect and behavior in achievement contexts. At the SNAP lab, Carly works as part of the FOI measurement and evaluation team and assists in the development of the Prenatal to 5 Measures Repository.