Past Lab Members

Rhema Baissa

Rhema Baissa was a research assistant in CAMP lab until Spring of 2018 and plans on graduating in the fall of 2019. He plans on starting a Master's for Marriage & Family Therapy in the fall of 2020. He was the Psychology Student of the month in September of 2018 as well. He is interested in marriage and family literature and hopes to gain more research and clinical experience within this field at his time at OSU.  He is looking forward to gaining experience working with and further exploring family units, while pursuing his future career goals.

Anisah Beasley

Anisah Beasely is a senior pursuing an undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Sciences with minor in Psychology. She has a passion for the social work field and plans to pursue a career as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker after graduate school. Anisah is particularly interested in mental health and disordered eating and is excited to see what she can learn as a part of Dr. Ciciolla's lab team.

Jessi Beebe

Jessica (Jessi) Beebe recently graduated with a Bachelors of Science from the Department of Human Development and Family Science as a Top 10 senior. I am now currently enrolled as a graduate student at Oklahoma State University. I decided that sticking around Stillwater was a great decision. I am now acting as an RA/lab manager for OSU's Child Trauma lab in the Human Development and Family Science program. Being involved in a research lab helped me to find opportunities to meet faculty and spread my wings at OSU. I developed many relationships which led me to my decision to stay. I hope to graduate with a Masters in Human Development and Family Science - Applied Human Services in a couple of years and then may pursue more professional school.

Sierra Fouts

Sierra Fouts was a CAMP Lab research assistant for three semesters before completing her degree and graduating with a BA in Psychology in December of 2017. Following graduation, Sierra received acceptance into Oklahoma State University's Marriage & Family Therapy graduate program, as well as a position at Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services as a Shelter Advocate working with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Sierra is grateful to Dr. Ciciolla and the CAMP Lab for creating a supportive environment which helped to foster professional competence, individual research aspirations/interests, and an increased understanding of parent-child attachments, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and their implications. Sierra plans to use the knowledge and skills she gained while working in the lab to serve her as a graduate student and eventually as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. 

Courtney Hartman

Courtney Hartman joined the CAMP Lab in Fall 2016. As part of the lab, she explored numerous and varied interests, including parent-child relationships and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) from infancy to adolescence, as well as pressure to pursue an “ideal” body in adolescence. Elements of these interests appear in her current work examining the development of gender and gender norms in childhood. Courtney graduated from OSU with honors in May 2017, receiving a BS in Psychology. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology (Developmental Psychology Concentration) at Saint Louis University. The CAMP Lab has equipped her with tools to begin building her brand of research in developmental psychology, and has strengthened her desire to work with children and parents. In addition, her contributions to the PMAST and exploration of ACEs have sparked an interest in public health. She is a member of Women’s Voices Raised, an advocacy group for women, and volunteers with organizations dedicated to providing aid and support to women and children, including the St. Louis Area Diaper Bank and The Women’s Safe House.

Hannah Scott

Hannah Scott is a fourth year Psychology student receiving her Bachelor’s at Oklahoma State University. Hannah is interested in maternal mental health studies,  parent child relational studies in cases of domestic violence within the immediate family, and Personal Construct Psychology. Hannah hopes to gain further experience studying maternal mental health, and risk factors that affect the mental health of women during pregnancy while working in Dr. Ciciolla's lab. After completion of her undergraduate degree in May 2019, Hannah hopes to attend a postgraduate program for a Master of Social Work abroad. Hannah is incredibly enthusiastic about the opportunity to work in the CAMP lab under Dr. Ciciolla and her staff for the 2018-2019 Academic Year.
 

Shelbie Seney

Shelbie Seney is a third-year undergraduate student at Oklahoma State University studying Psychology. She is studying Psychology because of how interesting it is, and what the knowledge can bring to this world. She is particularly interested in children that undergo family transitions in early development. She plans on attending graduate school to further her education, specifically in counseling for mental health. She loves learning new things and was very excited to participate in Dr. Ciciolla's lab!

Mel Sokolowski

Melanie Sokolowski is a 2019 graduate of OSU’s Psychology Department. She assisted in CAMP lab for two years and now plans to attend the University of Oklahoma to continue her education in the Masters of Social Work program on the Norman campus. Melanie wants to continue to assist in research labs and also do her own research, her interests include: the effects maternal miscarriage has on the development of surviving siblings, Client-centered therapy as a treatment for clients that have been exposed to trauma, specifically domestic violence and sexual assault, Children's psychophysiology and stress reactivity in regard to their exposure to adverse life circumstances, specifically domestic violence, sexual assault, and fatal diagnoses. Her goal is to work in the social work field as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and then return to school to earn her PhD in social work.

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