Elizabeth is an Assistant Professor in Psychology at Temple University. She received her doctoral degree from the Department of Psychology in 2012. Elizabeth won the prestigious IES Outstanding Pre-Doctoral Fellow Award for 2012-13. Her research includes analyzing the ways in which children’s academic trajectories are influenced by the input provided by parents and teachers, individual differences in early number knowledge, taking into account variation in the learner and the learning environment, and the role of teachers’ anxieties and gender stereotypes in elementary school students’ mathematics learning. Elizabeth received her undergraduate degree from Yale University.