ABC Intervention | Autumn Brown
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Autumn Brown is a project coordinator and Clinical Supervisor in the Attachment & Biobehavioral Catch-up Lab, but has been involved as a research assistant in the lab since 2020. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. As an undergraduate, she was involved in various research labs including the Aphasia & Rehabilitation Outcomes lab focusing on the effects of stress on aphasia patients, as well as the Measure What Matters Lab focusing on establishing clinical cut points for neurological conditions. Autumn is interested in how early life experiences of adversity affect child development and psychopathy later in life.