New to the SNRF family, Sarah Maylott is entering her fourth year of the Ph.D. program in Developmental Psychology, at the University of Miami. Sarah’s research focuses on infants’ social cognitive development, using eye tracking technology. She hopes to create a baseline of healthy social cognitive development that will bring about earlier detection of developmental disorders, such as autism spectrum disorder. Sarah also studies cognitive changes in women during pregnancy, as well as the implications for subsequent behavioral changes occurring in mothers. She seeks to provide new insight for women who are experiencing this unique period of development. In her free time, Sarah enjoys being outdoors with her two dogs, Dooley and Dakota.