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Andrew Koepp

Ed.M., Harvard University

PRC Graduate Research Trainee
Andrew Koepp



Andrew is a quantitative researcher who studies child development. His work examines children's self-regulation: new ways to measure it, what aspects of it matter most for later development, and ways to enhance it across development. He is especially interested in how young children manage their attention and behavior in educational settings. As a T32 (NICHD) trainee in population studies, Andrew also studies contextual influences on children and families in the United States and Brazil using nationally representative data. Andrew holds degrees in Human Development from Vanderbilt University (B.S.), Harvard University (Ed.M.), and the University of Texas at Austin (M.A.).

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