Brenda Lundy Jackson, Ph.D
Dr. Brenda L. Lundy is a developmental psychologist and professor. She completed her PhD in developmental psychology at the University of Toledo. She then spent time in Miami, FL. as a post-doctoral research fellow at both Florida
International University, where she investigated infant memory and
preschool children's memory for traumatic events, and at the University
of Miami Medical School, where she studied the impact of maternal
depression on infant cognitive, social and emotional development.
At Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Dr. Lundy is
the director of the Child Development and Family Research Lab.
Her research focuses on mothers' and fathers'
contributions to children's early cognitive and
social-emotional development, including infant attachment and
children's social understanding.