The Team

Lab Managers

Jasmin Humble, B.A.
She/Her

Jas is a second-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Master’s program at Ball State University. Jas’ research interests include the intersection between traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as it relates to memory deficits in a veteran population. In her spare time, she enjoys watching scary movies, caring for her many house plants, eating delicious foods, and playing board games with friends.

jmhumble@bsu.edu
Krista Price, B.S.
She/Her

Krista is a second-year Grad student in the Clinical and Quantitative Psychology program at Ball State. Her interests include neural connectivity, neuroplasticity, and preventive measures for neurocognitive disorders. In her spare time, she loves to play video games and hang out with her 3- and 1-year old nephews. She also enjoys playing and coaching volleyball with her sister.

kmprice5@bsu.edu
Chloe Woodling, B.A.
She/Her

Chloe Woodling is a second-year graduate student in the Clinical and Quantitative Psychology Master programs. Her interests broadly include the connection and bidirectionality between sleep and psychopathology, atypical gender roles, emotion regulation in children, chronic illness, work-family conflict, and the interconnection between these topics. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her puppies, going for bike rides, and drinking coffee!

cmwoodling@bsu.edu

Graduate Students

Arash Assar, M.S.
He/Him

Arash  is a first-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Master’s program at Ball State University. His research interests include self-compassion and mindfulness-based interventions’ therapeutic capacity in helping individuals manage anxiety and stress reactivity, self-efficacy, resilience in post-failure performance, and sleep behavior in both athlete and non-athlete populations. In his free time, Arash likes to play basketball, go hiking, play board games, and spend time with family and friends.

 

Alexa Pellegrino, B.A.
She/Her

Alexa is a second-year student in the Clinical Psychology Master’s Program at Ball State. Her research interests include developmental disabilities, childhood maltreatment, and emotion dysregulation. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her two cats and her puppy, cooking, and binge-watching bad TV.  

 

Allison Sederlund, B.S.
She/Her

Allison is a first-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Master’s program at Ball State University. Her research interests include sleep and emotion regulation, linguistics, childhood maltreatment, and risk and parent capacity assessments. In her free time, she enjoys baking, jigsaw puzzles, and rock climbing.

 


Undergraduate Students

Grace Ericson
She/Her

Grace Ericson is a psychology major who double-minors in interpersonal relations and Spanish. She loves to paint, read, or pretty much do anything artsy. Regarding research, she is very interested in emotion and group dynamics. 

 

 

Ramat Isolagbenla
She/Her

Ramat is a Psychology/Pre-med Senior. She is interested in researching the effect of trauma on emotional expression, and the effect of PTSD in social interaction. In her spare time, she likes to binge-watch criminal minds and play soccer.  

 

Ijeoma Okere
She/Her

Ijeoma Okere is currently a senior, double majoring in Psychology and Criminal Justice. Some of her hobbies include karaoke and hanging out with my friends and watching movies and shows together.  

 

 

Ann Ramsey
She/Her

Ann Ramsey is a Social Studies Teaching major with a concentration in historical perspectives  and psychology; she also minors in Spanish. Ann hopes to eventually teach history or psychology at the high school or college level. She is especially interested in adolescent development and behavioral neuroscience.