Annamarie Clobuciar (she/her) is a senior at Ball State University and has majors in Pre-Law and Psychology and minors in Foundations of Business Management, Philosophy, and Fashion. This will be her second year in the P2 lab and first year working with the Youth Opportunity Center in Muncie, IN through the P2 lab. Annamarie’s research interests include how substance misuse affects personality development and how different parenting styles affect the development of personality and psychopathology. In addition to Annamarie’s lab involvement on Ball State’s campus, she is the head Math 125 tutor and tutors 13 different psychology courses through Ball State’s Learning Center. She is also the Lead TA for Dr. Rohrer’s Psychology 100 course, is a Co-President of Ball State’s chapter of Psi Chi, and is the Vice President of Student Animal Activists. 

After she graduates in the spring of 2021, Annamarie plans on attending law school with specializations in the fields of International Law and Animal Law. Outside of the academic field, Annamarie spends most of her free time by volunteering with A & S Rescue, tending to her ever-growing collection of plants, experimenting with vegetarian and vegan recipes, and designing and sewing garments.