Dates of Employment: January 2013 - August 2018; Honorary Fellow: August 2018 - August 2019
Kaley was a member of the experimental team for the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health-funded Well-Being Study. This study investigates the effects of a well-being intervention on the brain and body. Kaley conducted data collection sessions using fMRI, psychophysiological, and behavioral measures. In addition to this, she evaluated inclusion/exclusion data for participant enrollment. Kaley is primarily interested in the relationships between stress, emotions, and the brain.
Kaley is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Clinical Research Methods at Fordham University.
B.A., Psychology, University of Wisconsin–Madison