Julia Paramore (she/her) is a Senior at Ball State University majoring in Psychology and minoring in Interpersonal Relations, Psychology of Human Development, and Women’s & Gender Studies. This is Julia’s second year in the lab, but her first year working on the project at Muncie’s Youth Opportunity Center. Last year in the lab she collected data for two different projects. One project examined the effects of mood on alcohol related decisions in college students who frequently drink. The other study examined the role of demoralization in predicting risky drinking among college students. Julia is an active member of NAMI at Ball State, Psi Chi, and her sorority. She has experience working as a teaching assistant and as a volunteer in the Resource Room of the Ball State Counseling Center. In her free time, Julia enjoys traveling, being outdoors, and spending time with her friends. In the future, she plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology.