Heather C. Lench, PhD
Associate Professor & Department Head
Department of Psychology
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-4235
Faculty Profile: https://psychology.tamu.edu/heather-c-lench-associate-professor-associate-head/
I welcome contact from anyone interested in the lab or with similar research interests. I would also appreciate any comments about the site or recommendations about information that is useful to students.
Howdy, I am a third year graduate student in the Emotion Sciences Lab at Texas A&M University! My undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Economics were completed at University of Connecticut, Storrs. My research interests primarily revolve around the emotion of awe: its causes, outcomes, and implications for applied contexts.
Hello! I am a second year PhD student. I finished my undergraduate degree at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I was born and raised in China. My research interests include emotions, decision making, and cultures.
Zari K. Haggenmiller | she/her/hers
Lab Manager and Research Assistant
Dr. Lench’s Emotion Science Lab
Lab email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I graduated from Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, MI with a B.A. in Human Development and Social Relations. I’ve worked as Dr. Lench’s full time research lab manager for one year now and I love it. We have a strong lab team, and there is always something new to learn if you are interested. I will be applying to a range of psychology PhD programs this fall.
Abigail Ramos: Howdy, my name is Abigail Ramos and I am a psychology major with an interest in sociology. My goal is to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology with a concentration in child development.
Cameron McCann: I am a junior psychology major and statistics minor. My interests include decision making, incentives, biases, and human behavior in general. Upon graduating, I plan to pursue a Master’s degree in public policy.
Carlos Aleman: My name is Carlos Aleman. I am a Junior psychology major hoping to obtain a PhD in clinical psychology. I am excited to be working with the emotion science lab team this year.
Carolina Jimenez: Hi, I am a senior psychology major and will be joining the research team for the fall of 2017! I aim to earn a doctoral degree in clinical psychology after graduating from Texas A&M!
Cienna Hancock: I am a senior psychology major and philosophy minor. I am interested in all branches of psychology, especially the overlap between social, cognitive and organizational psychology. I plan to pursue a PhD upon graduation.
Erin Cloud: I am a senior psychology major. I transferred to Texas A&M University after earning an A.S. in psychology at Navarro College. My interests focus on severe/chronic mental illness and counseling. I plan to graduate from A&M in 2018 and pursue a PhD in clinical psychology.
Hadiya Mahmood: Howdy! I am a senior psychology major and art minor. My intention is to apply my psychology knowledge in the HR field, and to obtain a license in counseling.
Haley Hester: Howdy! I am a Senior working on obtaining my B.A. in Psychology with minors in Performance Studies and Communications. I hope to learn a lot from this lab that will help me with my future endeavors! I hope to attend a graduate program in Counseling Psychology once I graduate with my Bachelor’s degree.
Mariana Vazquez: Howdy! I am a senior psychology major and sociology minor. This will be my fourth semester as a RA in Dr. Lench’s lab. I will be applying to school psychology graduate programs this fall.
Stephanie Espinal: I am a senior psychology major. My interests include therapy with a mindful therapeutic approach. I plan on pursuing a PhD in clinical psychology after graduating from Texas A&M University.
Sydney Alford: Howdy! My name is Sydney Alford and I am a junior psychology major with an interest in counseling. My goal is to pursue my LPC with a concentration in trauma victims.
Sydney Stevens: Howdy! My name is Sydney Stevens and I am a sophomore psychology major with a minor in business. After graduation, my goal is to pursue a medical degree for psychiatry.