Lauren Brande has dedicated her life to psychological research. She started off her career with a scholarship from the Western Psychological Association for her undergraduate work in perceptual processing. In 2014, she achieved her master of arts in psychology from Boston University, harnessing a particular interest in the effects that drugs and trauma have on the functioning brain.
She believes that all research should be accessible and digestible, and her passion fuels her desire to share important scientific findings to improve rehabilitation.
About the AAC Helpline
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