Experimental Lab Support
Shayna Fleming is a third year undergraduate student majoring in psychology at Angelo State University. She is mentored by Dr. Kreitler under the faculty-mentored grant fellowship and is currently investigating the relationship between attention perception and attentional ability. Shayna plans to graduate with her BA in Psychology in May of 2016 and pursue a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience.
Mason Price is a fourth year undergraduate student majoring in biology at Angelo State University. He is a representative of Tri Beta and serves as a member of Alpha Chi and Phi Kappa Phi. He has a particular interest in how the mind and body work together and will be participating with Dr. Kreitler in the research project: Pain and memory on eye-witness testimony. Mason plans to apply to medical school in the spring semester.
Vikash Ramnanan is in his 3rd year at ASU and he has a double major in psychology and philosophy. He has served as Psych Club’s president, serves as a member of Angelo States Honors College, Alpha Chi, and Phi Kappa Phi. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of West Texas CREO and affiliated with other non- profits. He has presented at both honors and philosophy conferences and plans to pursue a doctorate degree after graduation.
Courtney Shields is a senior undergraduate student majoring in psychology and minoring in Biology. She is currently investigating the relationship between impulsivity and perceptions of victimization. Courtney plans to graduate in May of 2018. She hopes to pursue a doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology with a forensic specialization.
Luke Soloman is a second year graduate student in the Industrial/Organizational Psychology program who works in the cognitive lab as a graduate student assistant under Dr. Kreitler. He plans to investigate how a leader’s ethical decision making impacts employees’ perceptions of managerial effectiveness. Luke also assists with data collection of two other projects conducted in the lab. Luke plans to graduate in May of 2018 and after graduation he will pursue a career as a consultant in the Metroplex area.
Kendall Wadsworth is a first year Graduate student in the Counseling Psychology program. She is serving under Dr. Kreitler in the GA program and assisting in various projects, both research and classroom oriented. Kendall received her Bachelor’s degree from Tarleton State University and looks forward to becoming a licensed LPC upon completion of her ASU graduate program.