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CorrinaFrye
Corrina Frye
Senior Research Specialist, Center for Healthy Minds

Corrina helps to coordinate and run sessions for a longitudinal study on the impact of early life experiences on brain development and child well-being. She also runs sessions with participants who have asthma for a study looking at the relationship among airway inflammation, stress, emotion and brain function.

Corrina has more than 12 years of research experience collecting physiological, imaging, neurological and behavioral data with participants of all ages.

Education

B.S., Psychology, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Certificate, Women’s Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison

What does well-being mean to me?

"Feeling at peace physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually."

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