Crowe, Katherine, BA

Clinical Research Assistant, Department of Psychiatry, MGH


Katherine Crowe graduated in 2010 from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. At Dartmouth, she worked on research studying the cross-cultural differences of children's sociomoral development and additionally in a social psychology lab studying self-awareness. She is particularly interested in working with youth populations and studying psychopathologies. At MGH, she will be assisting with a cross-sectional study of families with OCD. After working at MGH, she hopes to pursue graduate degrees in clinical psychology and human development.


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Last updated: 7/27/2010


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