Tatum Freeman Tatum is a second year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi. She is studying the degree to which drinking motives mediate the association overparenting has with hazardous drinking and negative consequences.
Lauren Greenspoon Lauren is a first year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga where she played D1 volleyball and her M.S. in Kinesiology with an Emphasis in Sport Psychology from the University of North Texas. She is interested in exploring ways college student athletes can deal with pressures (i.e., sport related) without resorting to substance use, as well as substance use prevention and intervention approaches for student athletes. Lauren is also interested in studying marijuana use, protective behavioral strategies, negative consequences, and reducing negative alcohol-related consequences among student athletes. Skyler Hoover Skyler is a second year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. She received her B.S. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Central Florida. Her thesis is exploring the degree to which alcohol protective behavioral strategies mediate the relationship psychosocial maturity has with hazardous drinking and alcohol related negative consequences. Skyler, is also interested in implementing the experimental vignette research design to study college student substance use.
Nick Militello Nick is a third year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. He received his B.S. in Psychology from Loyola University New Orleans. For his thesis Nick explored the degree marijuana protective behavioral strategies and marijuana use frequency mediated the association depressive symptoms had with cannabis use disorder risk and negative consequences. For his dissertation Nick plans to study the links between daily variation in depressive symptoms and simultaneous alcohol and marijuana use.