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Department of Psychology Personality, Psychopathology, and Assessment Lab

Graduate students

Stephen Paup, M.S.

Stephen is currently on internship at Minneapolis, MN. He is a long-time resident of Washington state, and received his B.S. in Psychology, B.A. in Anthropology, and M.S. in Psychology from Washington State University. His research interests involve the development of personalized therapeutic interventions and methodologies and the clinical applications of personality assessment. His current research projects focus on the development of a new personality assessment model informed by social cognitive research with Dr. Scott and the Personality, Psychopathology, and Assessment Lab.

Jamie (Xingzi) Li, M.S.

Jamie is a fifth-year student in the clinical psychology program. She received her B.S. in psychology at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is broadly interested in personality assessment and how personality factors contribute to behavioral difference.

Callan Lujan, M.A.

Callan is a forth-year in the clinical psychology doctoral program. Callan completed her BA and MA in psychology at San Francisco State University. Following this she worked as a research coordinator at the SFVA working on various clinical trials involving fear conditioning as well as trauma and sleep treatments. She has a primary interest in the impact of trauma and the efficacy of trauma treatments.

Delaney Adams, B.S.

Delaney is a second-year student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program. She received her B.S. in Psychology at Washington State University. Her research interests include trauma and stress-related conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), how traumatic events and PTSD symptoms relate to personality change and interpersonal relationships, and therapeutic interventions for PTSD.

Patrick Sangeorzan, B.A.

Patrick was born in Romania and grew up in California. He received his BA in psychology from California State University, Sacramento in 2022. He is currently a first year graduate student in the clinical psychology Ph.D. program at Washington State University. Patrick’s broad research interests include the role of personality factors (particularly long-term goals) in depression, anxiety, and meaning in life. Patrick enjoys reading, writing, and playing chess.