Andrew is a 5th year in the Clinical Child concentration working with Dr. Randall Salekin on various projects related to psychopathy, conduct disorder, and various things that contribute to antisocial behavior in kids. His thesis was based around the neurological basis of psychopathy and how incarcerated youth perceive themselves. His planned dissertation will focus around the psychometric properties of a measurement tool for psychopathic traits. He has a wide variety of research interests which include ADHD, psychometrics, and social network analysis techniques among others. When he’s not in the lab, he likes baking, working out to compensate for the baking, traveling both in and out of the U.S. (though not recently), and introducing his friends to new board games.