Mallorie Carroll Mallorie is a fourth year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. She received her B.A. in psychology from Auburn University and her M.A. in psychology with a specialization in substance abuse treatment from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Mallorie explored the links between hazardous alcohol and marijuana use, alcohol protective strategies and negative consequences. She also explored the potential for marijuana protective strategies to buffer the relationship between marijuana use and negative consequences. Mallorie is a pre-doctoral intern at the Tuskegee VA.
Hallie Jordan Hallie is a third year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. She received her B.S. in Psychology and Religion from Birmingham-Southern College. For her thesis she is investigated the moderating role of alcohol protective strategies on the relationship post-traumatic stress has with alcohol consumption and alcohol-related negative consequences. Her dissertation will explore the degree to which drinking motives and alcohol protective strategies help explain the relationship between alcohol misuse and alcohol-related negative consequences.
Kray Scully Kray is a fourth year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. He received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi. For his master's thesis, Kray examined the associations among the dimensions of positive alcohol-related expectancies, alcohol-related negative consequences, and protective behavioral strategies in hazardous college drinkers. His dissertation will explore the degree to which drinking refusal self efficacy helps explain the relationship between alcohol protective strategy use and alcohol outcomes.
Robert Whitley Robert is a second year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology Program. He received his B.S. in psychology from Louisiana State University and received his M.S. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi. His master’s project explored the impact that conformity to masculine gender norms had on the association between protective behavioral strategy use and hazardous alcohol use among college men. For his dissertation, Robert is exploring the degree to which drinker identity and alcohol protective strategies help explain the relationship between masculine gender norm adherence and alcohol outcomes.