Tyler K. Hunt, B.S.

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Tyler is a graduate student in the Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology program. Her research interests lie in the individual differences related to eating disorders. Tyler is a recent graduate from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychological Sciences from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Tyler has been working in Dr. Forbush’s lab since January 2012. Tyler also received a Graduate Research Award from the Ingestive Behavior Research Center at Purdue.  She eventually wants to work at a university teaching and conducting research. In her free time, Tyler enjoys reading books and watching foreign films.

Contact Ms. Hunt at hunttk@ku.edu.


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