Paige graduated from Baylor University in 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in dance. In 2020, she received a grant from the American Psychological Association to study embodiment and emotions. In her publication, she found that the meaning attributed to arm movements impacted positive emotions. It is her goal to earn a PhD in a social-affective neuroscience concentration and continue researching the impacts of the brain and the body on affect as well as the ways emotions influence our social connections and health.
Brylee graduated from the University of Florida in May 2022 with a degree in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience. While at UF she completed her senior Honors Thesis examining the debate on rich versus sparse theories of consciousness; specifically, color diversity judgments in peripheral vision. Brylee was involved in various experiences in the local community, including working as a Haven Hospice volunteer and directing TOPS, an outreach organization for children with disabilities. She is interested in using brain imaging to better understand learning mechanisms in children with developmental disorders.
Grace graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in women, gender, and sexuality studies. She is seeking to publish her honors thesis, which investigates the efficacy of a violence risk screening tool in predicting violent recidivism in severely mentally ill and criminal-justice-involved sample. Grace is primarily interested in research at the intersection of gender, law, and psychology.