Graduate Students

Lab

 

Faith              

Faith Stoneking, M.A.

Faith Stoneking is a first-year clinical psychology student in Dr. Copeland's lab. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Randolph College and her Master of Arts in Psychology from American University, where she completed her MA thesis on the effects of viewing thinspiration and fitspiration media content. Faith is interested in comorbid, maladaptive eating and substance use behaviors, specifically within sexual and gender minority populations. Additional interests include body image, the impacts of social media on mental health, and oncology. Outside of school, Faith enjoys traveling, taking her rescue dog Baylor to the dog park, and searching for the best iced coffee in town.


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Nina Glover, B.A. 

Nina Glover is a second-year graduate student in Dr. Copeland's lab. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Houston in 2018. Her research interests include examining the causality of co-morbid substance use and emotional psychopathology, particularly within racially diverse populations, identifying barriers to treatment for the aforementioned populations, and improving quality and access to mental health care and resources for underserved communities. 


Hannah

Hannah Chapman, M.A.

Hannah Chapman is a second-year clinical psychology student in Dr. Copeland’s lab. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and her Master of Arts degree in Psychology from American University. Hannah is interested in the relationship between smoking behaviors and disordered eating. She is also interested in researching how body acceptance and self-compassion may impact negative body image and disordered eating, specifically Orthorexia Nervosa. 

 


cristina  Cristina Abarno, M.A. 

Cristina Abarno is a third-year in Dr. Copeland's lab. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from the University of Florida in 2013 and her Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2015. Her research interests include identifying transdiagnostic processes associated with mood and co-occurring substance use disorders to inform treatment and prevention strategies. Cristina is in her second year in the Clinical Psychology program.   

 


Shelby Stewart

Shelby Stewart, M.A.

Shelby Stewart is a fourth-year clinical psychology student in Dr. Copeland's lab. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology as well as her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from Louisiana State University. Shelby is interested in research regarding the Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students Program (BASICS) as well as exploring the underlying mechanisms of drinking motivations in relation to sleep quality.