Savannah Neves

Savannah Neves is a returning lab member of Child Language Interactions and Memory (CLIaM) research lab. She joined CLIaM lab in the Spring of 2021 to further her research experience in preparation for her future. Savannah graduated from California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) with a major in Human Development and two minors in Psychology and Sociology in Spring 2021. In her two years at CLIaM Lab and first time working with research, Savannah learned a variety of critical research skills by participating in data coding, data analysis and reading/analyzing literature reviews. Savannah gained many other skills such as professionalism, technical writing, executive functioning, public speaking and creativity through individual and collaborative work. She attended, helped create and presented research posters for the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) and Western Psychological Association (WPA) research conferences. She worked jointly with her fellow lab members to create a CLA and CHHS report from high impact practices (HIPs) data collected from a survey administrated by CLIaM Lab. Savannah has also co-authored on a journal article, published in Frontiers in Psychology. Savannah is currently applying for PhD school to continue her educational career to later become a clinical psychologist. Savannah currently works as an Assistant Program Manager at a residential treatment center for adolescents with a high risk of suicide. She has a passion for helping others and strives to make a positive and ever-lasting impact on people’s lives. In Savannah’s free time, she enjoys reading psychology books and being active!