Carlin Beskrone is a fourth-year undergraduate student at Northeastern University studying Psychology with a minor in Behavioral Neuroscience. During his time as an undergraduate, Carlin has worked at the Boston College Canine Cognition Lab examining canine social correlates to human behavior. He also worked in Northeastern University’s Interdisciplinary Affective Science Lab where he helped investigator David Melnikoff with his studies examining a computational theory of flow states. His most recent research position was in Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders where, under researcher A.J. Rosellini, he worked on a study examining EEG biomarkers for anxiety with the end goal of improving diagnostic criteria. Long term, Carlin hopes to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology.