Yasmine Griffin (she/her) is a first-year master’s student in the Clinical Psychology program at Ball State University. Broadly, she is interested in investigating externalizing behaviors in youth and assessment of children and adolescents. She is also interested in culturally fair assessments. Yasmine graduated with highest honors from Ball State University in 2021. She has previously worked as an intern at the Youth Opportunity Center and as an undergraduate research assistant in the P2 Lab. 

Currently, as a Graduate Research Assistant in the P2 Lab, Yasmine works under the supervision of Dr. Tayla Lee. She is excited to begin developing an understanding of project conceptualization and data management. Yasmine is assisting undergraduate research assistants with their own research projects and is involved in day to day operations of the lab. She is also working to develop her master’s thesis, which will be related to understanding developmental differences in the use of the MMPI-A-RF. In the fall, Yasmine will be applying to Clinical Psychology Ph.D. programs and would like to pursue a career in academia.

In her spare time, Yasmine enjoys watching psychological thrillers, reading, and enjoying live music.