Madeline graduated from the University of Minnesota in May 2015 with a BA in Speech-Language Hearing Sciences and a minor in Neuroscience. While pursuing a post-baccalaureate education in Psychology, she joined the lab in the summer of 2015. As a research coordinator, Madeline primarily worked on a study collecting eye-tracking data to answer questions concerning attention and anxiety. Her primary research interests include affective disorders, biological components of language and language development, and personality. In the future, Madeline plans on attending a graduate program in Cognitive Neuroscience and conducting neuroimaging research of her own. Aside from research, she enjoys cooking, yoga, traveling, and getting outdoors with her dog.