Gregor Horvath

Fall 2017

Research Interests

Social development, learning in childhood and adolescence, genetic factors in development and behavior

Education

BS with honors, Psychology, North Dakota State University

Current Research

I am currently working with Dr. Kristine Marceau, investigating genetic effects on the timing and tempo of pubertal development. This is helping work up to a larger polygenic scoring task in the lab, in which I will be trying to think of new ways to combine data from multiple genes to come to statistically sound and biologically relevant scores indicating specific genetic influences that will be used to predict the development of behavior and relationships.

 

Advisor: Dr. Kristine Marceau

Gregor Horvath

Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant

Human Development and Family Studies

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Phone: 496-9605
Fax: 496-1144
ghorvath@purdue.edu

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