Andrew Weinstein, M.A.
M.A., Psychology, University of Houston
B.S., Political Science, State University of New York the College at
B.S., Psychology, University of New Mexico
A.S., Criminal Justice, Jamestown Community College
Andrew is currently a fifth-year doctoral student in the social psychology doctoral program at the University of Houston. His research interests focus on understanding cannabis use, the social norms of cannabis use among diverse populations, and motivations for and against cannabis use in order to develop brief interventions to reduce cannabis-related harms.
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrew_Weinstein3
Nicole Hall, B.A.
B.A., Psychology, Westminster College
Nicole is currently in her third year in the Social, Personality, and Health Psychology program. Broadly, her research interests include the intersection between moral psychology and health psychology. She is interested in how constructs like moral injury develop after traumatic events (e.g., intimate partner violence, occupational-related trauma) and influence mental health and risky behaviors. She is also interested in gender roles and women's health issues.
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicole-Hall-15