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Sarah is a rising senior majoring in neuroscience at William & Mary and has been a member of the Raposa lab for the past two years. In May 2018, she presented a poster on parental influences on adolescent stress reactivity at the 30th Association for Psychological Science (APS) annual convention and won the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP) Distinguished Contribution for a Student Poster award. She plans to continue researching stress reactivity and emotion regulation in a clinical psychology PhD program.

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Thomas graduated from William & Mary in May 2017, where he worked in the Raposa lab for three semesters. In February 2018, his first-authored paper on Asian and European Americans’ acculturation and social relationships was published in the Asian American Journal of Psychology. He is currently a doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he researches how gender and race influence substance abuse and disordered eating in marginalized populations.