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.