Colette Delawalla (she/her) graduated in 2022 from Ball State University with master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology and Quantitative Psychology. While at Ball State, Colette worked as a Graduate Research Assistant in the P2 Lab and completed her thesis, “Positive and Negative Urgency: To Lump or to Split? An Investigation into Affect Specific Impulsive Behavior,” under Dr. Lee’s supervision. Colette and Dr. Lee also pursued several additional projects related to the conceptualization and assessment of impulsivity while Colette was a student at Ball State and have submitted manuscripts based on this work to peer-reviewed journals for potential publication. After graduating, Colette joined the Clinical Science PhD program at Emory University and is studying the behavioral genetics of externalizing disorders with Dr. Rohan Palmer.