New York University
Macarena Kruger is a senior in the Applied Psychology undergraduate program at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. She is a research assistant at NYU-LFELD (Latino Family Engagement and Language Development) and has participated in data collection by videotaping semi-naturalistic interactions for the MEAL Project. She is currently transcribing and coding data using ELAN, both for the MEAL Project and for her honors thesis. She is interested in Latino family values and its association with dyadic parent-child interactions.