Kate is pursuing a post-baccalaureate degree in Psychology, with expected graduation in December 2016. She is the coordinator for the lab's Attention and Fear Learning study, which uses eye-tracking technology to investigate the relationship between attention and anxiety. Her research interests include affective disorders, especially generalized anxiety disorder, and health psychology, particularly factors that contribute to stress resilience. In addition to working in the lab, Kate volunteers at the Walk-In Counseling Center, coordinating client flow and participating in case consultations. After finishing her degree, she plans to apply to graduate school and pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology. In her free time, Kate enjoys playing video games, traveling, writing poetry, and petting dogs.