Aslıhan is a second year Cognitive Psychology PhD student at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her current work focuses on episodic memory impairments in individuals genetically at-risk for schizophrenia. She completed her B.S. in Psychology at George Mason University and dipped her toes into several research areas, including implicit biases, theory of mind, psychological flexibility, depression, and anxiety disorders. When she is not buried under a mountain of work, she enjoys rock climbing, painting, and woodworking.