Alyssa is an amazing student, researcher and leader who is also in the Honors Program. She not only is a member of Psi Chi, but served as its president, leading successful events to promote the organization’s mission. She is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi Beta Kappa. Alyssa served as a Research Assistant for Dr. Michael Eskenazi in his Reading, Eye‐tracking and Individual Diﬀerences Lab and for Dr. Sarah Garcia in the Stetson Clinical Neuropsychology Lab. Currently, she serves as the Research Coordinator of the Brain Fitness Academy (BFA), a cognitive rehabilitation program at Stetson. For her own independent senior research project, she is exploring action-faking, a novel concept in research, and comparing it to procrastination. A faculty member described her project as "strong and innovative" and noted that she created her own methods for the project. Alyssa works as a Registered Behavioral Technician at BASS Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy, has shadowed a psychiatrist as an intern for Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, and is facilitating and creating activities and working one‐on‐one with participants in the BFA to help them during cognitively stimulating activities. During her gap year, Alyssa hopes to work in a research lab, a prospect that seems imminent as she is currently interviewing for a research assistant position at the Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory Clinical Translational Research at the University of Florida.