Hannah is a recent graduate from York University, where she received a Specialized Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Hannah completed an honours thesis project under the supervision of Dr. Maxwell Barranti, in which she explored the conspiratorial mindset from several psychological angles, including personality and political belief. In addition to York's TULiP lab, Hannah continues to contribute to psychological research as an assistant at York’s Teen Relationships Lab and York's Trauma and Attachment lab. Through her lab work and thesis project, Hannah has developed a combined interest in adolescent psychology and personality. Specifically, Hannah is interested in researching how personality pathology manifests in adolescence, and how early interventions can affect the progression of those pathologies. Hannah aspires to a career as a therapist and wishes to pursue graduate studies in clinical or counselling psychology.