Katherine's research interests lie in the neural and psychological mechanisms of well-being during pregnancy and the postpartum period, with a particular interest in stress and emotion regulation during the transition to parenthood.
- Graduate Student
- University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, MS, Psychology
- McGill University, BA, Psychology
Haigler, K., Finnegan, M. K., & Laurent, H. K. (in preparation). Emotion processing and regulation in postnatal mothers.
Finnegan, M. K., Wagh, N., Haigler, K., Laurent, H. K., Koyejo, S., & Rudolph, K. (in preparation). Can dynamic functional connectivity identify cognitively relevant states?
Davis, M. M., Modi, H. H., Skymba, H., Finnigan, M., Haigler, K., Telzer, E. H., & Rudolph, K. D. (in preparation). Thumbs-up or thumbs-down: Neural sensitivity to positive and negative social feedback in adolescent girls.
Sbrilli, M. D., Haigler, K., & Laurent, H. K. (2021). The indirect effect of parental intolerance of uncertainty on perinatal mental health via mindfulness during COVID-19. Mindfulness 12 (8). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12671-021-01657-x.