• Previous Graduate Students

    BSU Clinical Psychology Master’s Program Alumni associated with the P2 Lab.

    • Andrew Kremyar, MA

      Andy earned his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at Ball State University in July 2018. While at Ball State, Andy was a graduate assistant in the Personality and Psychopathology Lab. Andy’s thesis, completed under Dr. Lee’s supervision, examined the construct validity of affect sensitivity and its components, anxiety sensitivity and distress intolerance. Andy and Dr. Lee also collaborated on another project examining the assessment of positive health behaviors. This paper was accepted for publication in the Journal of Personality Assessment in 2018. After completing his degree at Ball State, Andy began working on his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Kent State University under the mentorship of Dr. Yossef Ben-Porath.

       

    • Eva Argyriou, MA

      Eva earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at Ball State University in July 2018. Eva worked closely with Dr. Lee while at Ball State and this collaboration led to the publication of a paper in the journal Addictive Behaviors in 2017Eva also completed her thesis, which examined emotion regulation decision making processes in internalizing disorders, under Dr. Lee’s supervision. A manuscript based on Eva’s thesis work was published in 2020 in the Journal of Affective Disorders. After completing her degree at Ball State, Eva began working on her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Indiana University – Purdue University – Indianapolis under the mentorship of Dr. Wei Wu and Dr. Melissa Cyders.

       

    • Jordan Hall, MA

      Jordan earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology at Ball State University in July 2018. While at Ball State, Jordan was a graduate assistant in the Personality and Psychopathology lab, as well as the Psychophysiological Attention, Cognition, and Emotion (PACE) lab. Her thesis, supervised by Dr. Lee, was an examination of the construct validity of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2-Restructured Form’s (MMPI-2-RF) Demoralization (RCd) scale. Dr. Lee and Jordan co-authored a manuscript on the assessment of adaptive functioning with the MMPI-2-RF, which was published in the Journal of Personality Assessment in 2019. After completing her degree at Ball State, Jordan began working on her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Kent State University under the mentorship of Dr. Yossef Ben-Porath.

    • Nicholas Mundell, MA, MS

      Nicholas (Nick) Mundell (he/him) graduated in July 2021 from the Clinical Psychology M.A. and Quantitative Psychology M.S. programs at Ball State University. Nick completed his thesis, which examined the role of demoralization in college students’ risky drinking, under Dr. Lee’s supervision. While at Ball State, Nick also served as a Graduate Assistant for Dr. Evette Simmons-Reed in the Department of Special Education and completed an internship as a statistician with Dr. James Jones and Dr. Kianre Eouanzoui in the Department of Research and Academic Effectiveness. Nick plans to continue his education in the future. He is interested in studying the utility of dimensional personality models in psychological assessment, as well as the etiology and treatment of substance use.

    • Megan Keen, MA, MS

      Megan Keen (she/her) graduated in 2021 from Ball State’s master’s programs in Clinical Psychology and Quantitative Psychology. As a master’s student, Megan served as a graduate assistant in the P2 lab and conducted investigations on underreporting response styles and the assessment of internalizing phenomena. She and Dr. Lee currently have a paper on the assessment of underreporting based on some of this work under review at Assessment. Megan also completed her master’s thesis, “Understanding Compulsivity: Exploring & Defining A Construct,” under Dr. Lee’s supervision. Megan’s research interests center around assessment, dimensional models of personality and psychopathology, clinical utility and interventions, and underserved populations. She is currently earning her PhD in Counseling Psychology at Texas Tech University under the mentorship of Dr. Paul Ingram.

    • Katelyn Kasula, MA, MS

      Katelyn Kasula earned her Master’s Degrees in Clinical Psychology and Quantitative Psychology in July 2020. During her time at Ball State, Katelyn worked as a graduate assistant for Dr. Lee and completed her thesis under Dr. Lee’s supervision. Katelyn’s thesis examined the potential for gender bias on scales of the MMPI-A using data from a local residential treatment center. Katelyn is now working in the data analytics field.

    • Jaiden Butler, MA, MS

      Jaiden Butler earned her Master’s Degrees in Clinical Psychology and Quantitative Psychology in July 2020. During her time at Ball State, Jaiden worked as a graduate assistant for Dr. Lee and completed her thesis under Dr. Lee’s supervision. Jaiden’s thesis examined the validity of a widely used measure of psychopathy in a large sample of men from a mid-western correctional facility. A manuscript based on her thesis work was recently accepted for publication at Assessment. Jaiden currently works in the data analytics field.

    • Nicole Lemaster, MA, MS

      Nicole Lemaster was a graduate assistant for Dr. Tayla Lee’s Personality and Psychopathology Lab. She graduated from Ball State University in July of 2019 with Master’s degrees in Clinical and Quantitative Psychology. She is currently obtaining her PhD in Counseling Psychology at Texas Tech University where she will continue to pursue her interests in  the conceptualization and assessment of personality and psychopathology, detecting invalid responding, and forensic assessment.