Gabrielle Johnson graduated from Boston University in 2020 with a B.A. in Psychology. As an undergraduate, she worked as a research assistant for Dr. Casey Taft at the National Center for PTSD, Veteran Affairs, where she aided in the implementation and roll-out of Strength at Home (SAH), an evidence based group therapy program to target intimate partner violence among veterans and their partners. Gabrielle also worked as a research assistant for Dr. Nicholas Wagner at the Biobehavioral and Socioemotional Developmental Lab (BASE), conducting family-child interaction research on the self-regulatory processes of children with varying attachment and temperament. Under the supervision of Dr. Wagner, she conducted an honors thesis using electrocardiogram and eye-tracking technology to investigate the moderating role of positive parenting on the relation between attention bias to threat and anxiety in middle childhood. Currently, Gabrielle works with Dr. Daniel Geller on pediatric OCD and Tourette’s studies. After her time at MGH, she hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in developmental psychology or clinical psychology. Her research interests include psycho-physio assessment and eye tracking as methods to investigate adolescent internalizing psychopathology, specifically targeting constructs such as resilience, parenting, emotion regulation, and attention bias to threat.