Paige’s primary role at the Well Living Lab is assisting in the design and execution of research studies investigating the impact of indoor environments on health & well-being. She participates in the collection and analysis of behavioral data.
Paige is proficient in developmental psychology. She has done extensive studies on the relationship between parenting strategies and academic achievement. She presented her work at the 29th Association for Psychological Science annual conference.
She received her Bachelors in Psychology and French from the University of Michigan. Before joining the Well Living Lab team, Paige worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Social Research in Ann Arbor, Michigan. There, she conducted developmental research that focused on understanding the role that the built environment plays in a child’s day-to-day family life.