Dr. Maggie Guy
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, 2014
Postdoc, University of South Carolina, 2014-2017
My research interests are in the area of developmental cognitive neuroscience with an emphasis on the development of attention, information processing, and recognition memory in typically developing infants and infants at increased risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). My primary research aims are to define the developmental trajectory of social and nonsocial information processing in infancy, to identify neural mechanisms contributing to differences in responses to social and nonsocial stimuli, and to determine overlap and divergence within the development of information processing across infants at low and high risk for ASD.
Graduate Research Assistant
I am a first year student in the developmental psychology program at Loyola University Chicago. My research interests consist of, but are not limited to, executive functions and their neural bases, as well as how these functions affect the progression of ASD. In my free time I enjoy traveling, exploring the city of Chicago, reading and spending time with friends.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
I am a sophomore undergraduate student at Loyola University Chicago pursuing a bachelor's of science degree in Psychology while also on the pre-medical track. After graduation, I plan to attend medical school and hopefully travel to Europe. Some of my hobbies include painting, baking, traveling, and interior design!
I am studying Cognitive Behavioral Neuroscience and Psychology at Loyola University Chicago. I am Albanian American, and a first generation student. I enjoy reading, biking, traveling, and journaling. My career goal is to become a speech language pathologist that specializes in children. I look forward to volunteering in the infant cognition lab and learning about research methods in the lab firsthand. I am most interested in learning how to use EEG and ERP and gaining experience working with infants and children.
I am a junior undergraduate student studying Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience at Loyola University Chicago. I was born in Israel and I speak Russian. I am passionate about developmental neuroscience and the neurobiology of disease. In the future, I hope to attend medical school.
I am a senior undergraduate student at Loyola University Chicago majoring in Psychology with a minor in Neuroscience. I am from Cleveland, Ohio and enjoy spending time with my dogs and watching Cleveland Sports. After graduation, I plan on attending a one-year Master’s program before medical school. My interests include clinical neurology, neuropsychology and developmental neuropsychology.
I am an undergraduate student at Loyola University Chicago, majoring in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience. After graduation, my goal is to go to Medical school to become a pediatrician. I am really excited to be part of CRCD (Center for research in Child development), and work alongside Dr. Guy in her research. My hobbies include hiking, exploring new food places and binge-watching Netflix.
I am a junior undergraduate student at Loyola Chicago, majoring in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience with a double minor in Bioethics and Spanish. After graduation, I hope to pursue a doctoral degree, specializing in learning disabilities in children. My hobbies include photography, exploring the coffee shops of Chicago, and binge-watching TV.