Mallory N Jenkins

Mallory N Jenkins

Mallory N Jenkins

Graduate Research Assistant

Applied Developmental Psychology

Mallory is a first-year Master’s student working in Dr. Winsler’s lab. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Psychology with a concentration in Human Services from Appalachian State University in May 2023. As an undergraduate, she studied how children expressed typical/atypical gender roles through play using observations from Appalachian State’s Child Development Center. During this time, she served as a Research Assistant supporting Master’s and PhD students thesis and dissertation projects. Her current research interests include language development, executive function, and how gender stereotypes impact various developmental processes. 

Recent Presentations

Jenkins, M., & Winsler, A. (2024, March). Gender differences in parent- and preschool teacher-reported child social skills: Do they differ by child race/ethnicity? Presented at the preconference for the Cognitive Development Society. Pasadena, CA.