Ashley Peck

Ashley Peck is a 1st year graduate student working with Dr. Lauren Kois. She received her B.A. from Texas Tech University.


Haley Potts

Please use this bio: “Haley Potts is a second-year doctoral student in the law and psychology program working under Dr. Lauren Kois. She completed her undergraduate degree in anthropology and women’s studies at Sewanee: The University of the South. After working in publishing for a few years, she went on to earn a master’s degree in forensic psychology from the University of Denver. Her research interests include forensic assessment, competency to stand trial, mental state at the time of the offense, and competency restoration.”

Lauren Meaux Advisor: Jennifer Cox

Lauren Meaux is a 3rd year graduate student working with Dr. Jennifer Cox. She is originally from southeast Louisiana and earned her B.S. in psychology and B.A. in anthropology from Louisiana State University. In Spring 2018, she received her M.A. in psychology from the University of Alabama. Her research focuses on psychology and the law, specifically, forensic assessment, the “insanity defense,” and legal decision-making. Outside of research, she enjoys hiking, cooking, and binge-watching Netflix.

Student Rheanna Remmel

Rheanna Remmel Advisor: Andrea Glenn

Rheanna is a 3rd year student working with Dr. Andrea Glenn. She received her B.A. from Marquette University. Her research focuses on psychopathy and its biological correlates, neuropsychology, and morality. Her thesis research is looking at the differences in brain activity between adolescents with and without behavior disorders during a moral decision making task, using fMRI.

Student Alexandria Johnson

Alexandria Johnson Advisor: Andrea Glenn

Al is a 4th year student working with Dr. Andrea Glenn. She earned her BA at the University of St. Thomas (MN). Al’s master’s thesis focuses on the associations between personality traits and externalizing behavior among college students. Her research interests include personality traits and their measurement, externalizing and antisocial behavior, and personality disorders.