After graduating from Southpointe in 2010, Inderpreet went on to attend Queen’s University. While completing her undergraduate studies, she worked as a Research Assistant in various developmental psychology labs, including Queen’s Bully Lab, the Queen’s Infant Cognition Group, and the University of British Columbia Centre for Infant Cognition. She completed her Bachelor of Sciences (Honours) in Psychology in 2016, after which she went on to join the UBC for Cognitive Development as a Summer Research Intern, and stayed on after the internship to continue working on the research study, in addition to returning to the Centre for Infant Cognition. Under the supervision of the Graduate Researcher and Principle Investigator at the Centre for Cognitive Development, she helped complete the study and co-authored the research paper from her internship.
In 2017, she joined the Yale University Infant Cognition Centre as a Summer Intern to further explore her research interests. Since then, she has been working as a Research Coordinator at the Centre for Cognitive Development, and as a Research Assistant with the Centre for Infant Cognition. Currently, she is designing a new research study, and further exploring her research interests in infant and children’s understanding of their social environments.