Gitta Lubke

Aaron Smith | February 19, 2015 

Notre Dame psychologist Gitta Lubke will serve as one of the senior statisticians in an international research consortium investigating the genetics and environmental contributions to the development of childhood aggression, which will provide the basis to develop more personalized treatment and intervention strategies.
 
“Gitta’s research is on the cutting edge of quantitative psychology, and it is no surprise that she would be tapped to design new analytical procedures to study genetic data for this renowned research consortium,” said Professor Daniel Lapsley, chair of the Department of Psychology.
 
Lubke, Associate Professor of Psychology, directs the “Genetics and Statistical Learning Lab”: and the Psychology Program/Quantitative Area at Notre Dame.

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