Graduate Student

Indiana University

Clinical Science Psychology program


Research Interests: human sexual behavior, relationships, nonverbal cue processing

During my time in the CEBUS lab, I assisted with the capuchin and gorilla inequity studies and had the opportunity to work at the Language Research Center during the summer of 2013 after receiving my B.S. degree in psychology from GSU. I am currently a graduate student in the Clinical Science psychology PhD program at Indiana University working with the former director of the Kinsey Institute, Dr. Julia Heiman. My primary areas of interest include the study of human sexual behavior and how nonverbal cue processing influences decision making and relationships. In the future, I plan on working with couples experiencing sexual difficulties related to depression and anxiety as well as continuing to conduct research that will inform therapies targeted towards couples.