I am a second-year student majoring in Psychology and minoring in Special Education at the University of Minnesota Duluth. I am currently participating in Dr. Thompson’s Lab researching variations in judgments of spousal and romantic partner infidelity related to the experimental manipulation of internal and external causes. Beyond this, my research interests remain broad as I continue to further my education in the field of psychology. However, after being introduced to social psychology by Dr. Thompson, I developed an interest in the field and would love to continue my education in social psychology.
I recently graduated from UW Oshkosh and am now enrolled in a School Psychology Graduate Program at Fresno Pacific University. My research interests center around the psychosocial aspects of effective counseling as well as the genetic basis of psychiatric and neurological diseases. While at UW Oshkosh, I was involved in research examining the effectiveness of campus counseling centers across the University of Wisconsin System, environmental effects on phenotypic expression in plant models, and penetrance of clinical symptomatology in individuals with Huntington’s disease.
I am a research a graduate from UW Oshkosh majoring in Psychology and Anthropology. My primary research interest relates to consensual nonmonogamy and the endorsement of a sexual double standard. I also have additional research interests related to forensic anthropology.