Mary Jackson (she/her) is a junior at Ball State University. She is pursuing a major in Psychology and minors in the Psychology of Human Development, Interpersonal Relations, and Applied Behavior Analysis. This is Mary’s second year working in the P2 lab. She will be assisting Colette Delawalla with her thesis, “Positive and Negative Urgency: To Lump or to Split? An Investigation into Affect Specific Impulsive Behavior.” Mary joined this lab to better understand personality and to gain hands-on research experience. After she graduates, Mary intends to get her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in the hopes of getting into a profession that helps other people.


In her free time, Mary enjoys creating art, reading, taking care of her numerous house plants, crocheting, and playing with her dog.