Anne B. Arnett, Ph.D. is a clinical child psychologist who completed her graduate training at the University of Denver and post-doctoral training at the University of Washington. Dr. Arnett conducts research on cognitive, neurophysiological, and genetic factors associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). When she is not working, Dr. Arnett enjoys skiing, biking and camping with her family.
Tara Rutter, M.S. a fifth-year doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Seattle Pacific University. Her research interests primarily focus on biological markers of neurodevelopmental disorders. She is particularly interested in investigating endophenotypes of ASD and ADHD. Her clinical work focuses on treating OCD and affective disorders for neurodiverse youth. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, going to local concerts, and writing poetry.
Christina Sargent graduated from Seattle University with a B.S. in Psychology & Biology. As an undergraduate, she interned with the RAB Lab at UW, in the Neuro-ICU at Swedish Medical Center, as well as in Seattle U’s Psychology Department as an undergraduate research assistant. Christina’s research interests lie in the cognitive and behavioral neurosciences, aiming to pursue a Ph.D. in one of these fields one day. In the RAB Lab, she helps coordinate multiple research studies and collect EEG data. Outside of lab, Christina enjoys live music, spending time outdoors, and finding the best happy hour deals in Seattle!