Monique LeBourgeois's research interests are in sleep, circadian rhythms, and emotion in early childhood. Her focus includes understanding developmental changes in homeostatic and circadian regulation of sleep, as well as the impact of sleep restriction on young children's ability to regulate and express their emotions.

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Dr. LeBourgeois received her Ph.D. in experimental psychology from The University of Southern Mississippi in 2003. She subsequently completed a NIMH T-32 postdoctoral fellowship in Child Mental Health at the Brown Medical School Sleep and Chronobiology Research Laboratory. She joined the faculty at Brown University (Human Development) and Brown Medical School (Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior) in 2005.

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Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior (Research)
Human Development, Psychiatry & Human Behavior
Phone: +1 401 863 7532

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Sleep and Development Lab
Center for the Study of Human Development

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