Valerie Miller

  • Graduate Student

Department Information

Anthropology // Graduate Student
Anthropology // Teaching Assistant

Office Information

  • Office: STON 321
  • Office Hours: Spring 2018: Friday 9:00 am-11:00 am or by appointment
  • E-mail:
  • Current research: postpartum cognition, attentional changes throughout pregnancy and motherhood, effects of culture on postpartum health, lasting effects of reproduction on memory and attention, and investigating current the biocultural and anthropological perspectives on motherhood cross-culturally.

    I'm more broadly interested in epigenetic factors in early childhood development, quantitative statistics, attentional neural networks, risk factors for postpartum depression, culturally prescribed illnesses, protective factors, attention deficit disorder, psychological anthropology, and evolutionary psychology.  

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