Kristen Laulette (she/her/hers) graduated from UCLA in 2021 with a B.A. in Psychology and is currently the CCNL Lab Manager. As a prior undergraduate research assistant in the lab and UCLA PROPS student, she developed her own independent project researching the neural basis effects of anxious attachment on the development of subclinical paranoia. Kristen intends to pursue her doctorate in clinical psychology researching the predictors and neural mechanisms involved in the development of adolescent psychosis, with an emphasis in understanding how these factors might change in underrepresented populations. Outside of the lab, you can find Kristen trying new restaurants around LA, enjoying live music, or hanging out at the beach.