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Lab Members

CAMP Lab Members


  imageJoe LaTorre - I am currently a sophomore at Merrimack college and am a member of the Psychology Department’s research team, C.A.M.P. My interests in psychology are primarily topics in clinical and more specifically, how and where mental health intervenes in law and the Justice system. In my pursuit of fulfilling a career in this area, I plan on attending graduate school in one of those fields upon receiving my Bachelor’s.

This semester I am working in a home which helps individuals with developmental disorders learn to be more independent. I will also be fulfilling multiple roles around campus, such as a Writing tutor and Italian tutor. Besides psychology, disciplines which interest me include applied linguistics, archaeology and anthropology. I speak German and Italian, and after having been in China for 3 months this summer, have learnt a bit of Chinese.
  imageChristina Moreira - I am a senior psychology major with a minor in criminology at Merrimack College. My interests are running, going to the beach, music, and spending time with friends. My research is focused on how to improve student learning. After completing my internship, I became very interested in counseling and I am planning to attend graduate school for mental health counseling.
  Tyler Szymanski - I am a senior Psychology major and a sports medicine minor at Merrimack College.  I am also a member of the Merrimack Women’s lacrosse team. Because of my athletic background I am hoping to integrate my love for psychology and sports. I am particularly interested in psychopathology. I hope to attend graduate school for exercise sports psychology and eventually work with competitive athletes.  
  imageRoger Vaganis - I am a junior psychology major and business minor at Merrimack College. I’ve always had an interest in psychology, but I am particularly interested in how psychology affects business. Therefore, I hope to attend graduate school to study industrial-organizational psychology so that I may one day apply my psychology knowledge to the workplace.