Leyla Boyar (she/her/hers) is a third-year undergraduate student at UCLA majoring in Psychology and minoring in the Study of Religion. She absolutely loves helping out in the lab, and is interested in exploring the diversity of experience within psychological disorders alongside the variety of environmental factors that uniquely affect every individual. She hopes to investigate these topics in adolescents experiencing psychotic disorders by utilizing a blend of biological and behavioral measures, as used in the CCNL. Eventually, Leyla would like to obtain her PhD in Clinical Psychology in order to synthesize her research interests and her aspirations to effectively treat individuals in a clinical setting. When she is not in the lab, she enjoys helping out with the UCLA Undergraduate Research Journal of Psychology, riding horses for the UCLA Equestrian Team, and reading books!