One of Breanna’s professors remarked that she was "one of the best in class--always early, always participated, and really cares about learning." During her time with us, Breanna has been involved in the department in a variety of ways. She has worked in Dr. Chris Ferguson’s Psychotechnology Lab as a research assistant for some time and according to him, "she has done a lot!" As such, she is listed as a coauthor on one of the lab’s manuscripts currently under review and will be listed on another. In addition, she was selected to serve as a teaching assistant for Behavioral Statistics. For her senior research project, Breanna explored parents' and peers' influences on risky drinking behaviors. She specifically examined whether parenting styles moderated the relationship between peer influences and risky drinking. She presented this work both at the Stetson Showcase and at the Southeastern Psychological Association Meeting in April. After her gap year, Breanna will apply to the University of Georgia with the goal of obtaining a PhD in industrial/organizational psychology, specializing in personnel psychology.