Katrina Lashinger is a psychology major on the general track. As a previous undergraduate research assistant in the lab, she has contributed to various research projects, including collecting information on pain perception and the effects of autonomous systems on unmanned aerial vehicles. This semester, she will assist in the Online vs. In-Person vigilance study. Katrina is passionate about mental health and hopes to attain her Master’s in School Psychology. She also serves as an officer on the UCF Psychological Society executive board and is a member of Psi Chi International Honor Society and Student Professionals for Industrial/Organizational Psychology.