The Holtzman Lab focuses on psychological phenomena at the intersection of social and personality psychology, informed by a multi-method quantitative approach. Although Dr. Holtzman is not a clinician, much of this research has clinical relevance, and several students have gone on to enroll in doctoral programs in clinical psychology.
Past and present grad student members of the Holtzman Lab (updated: Spring break 2021):
Julie (Odom-Dixon) Chrysosferidis (member from 2013-2017, pictured above) began working in the lab her Junior year of undergrad in 2013 and entered the M.S. program in Fall of 2015. After graduating from the M.S. program in Spring 2017, Julie began attending Washington State University for her Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Julie can be reached at: email@example.com
Logan C. Delgado (member from 2021-2023). After graduating from Texas A&M, Logan joined the lab in Fall 2021. He is interested in social-personality and clinical psychology, and is writing an invited chapter for The Routledge Handbook of Pronouns–a chapter focusing on manipulating pronouns to alter psychological states, traits, and disorders. He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To’Meisha S. Edwards (member from 2014-2016). After graduating with her M.S., Meisha entered the clinical doctoral program at Georgia Southern University in Fall 2016. She published her M.S. thesis as an article in the Journal of Research in Personality. She also co-authored a paper in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Logan F. Folger (member from 2020-2022, pictured above). After graduating from University of Georgia, Logan began in the lab in Fall 2020. She is interested in deviant traits. Logan is a co-author on a forthcoming chapter about narcissism in the Oxford Handbook of Evolution and the Emotions. She be reached at: email@example.com
Clint E. Johnson (member from 2017-2019). After graduating from Armstrong State University, Clint began working in the lab as an M.S. student in Fall 2017. In 2019, Clint successfully defended his thesis about hyper-masculinity and then began attending Saint Louis University for his Ph.D. in developmental psychology. He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bradly A. McGinnis (member from 2019-2021, pictured above). In 2019, Brad graduated from Columbus State University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology; he joined the lab in fall of 2019. His M.S. thesis concerns dramatic personality traits and how they are perceived across development. He enters the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology at University of South Dakota in Fall 2021. Brad can be reached at: Bradly.Mcginnis@coyotes.usd.edu
Jorge Noguera-Sepulveda (member from 2017-2019). After obtaining a B.S. in psychology from Georgia Southern, Jorge began working in the lab as an M.S. student in Fall 2017. He successfully defended his thesis regarding mind perception in the summer of 2019. After graduating, Jorge served as an adjunct at Georgia Southern.
Mia Tharp (member from 2013-2015, pictured above) graduated with her M.S. in 2015 and published her thesis on mind perception as an article in Basic and Applied Social Psychology. Mia can be reached at: MiaTharp@gmail.com