Julia Boehm is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Chapman University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Riverside and was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Boehm’s research examines whether positive psychological characteristics such as optimism are associated with improved cardiovascular health. She is also interested in the behavioral and biological processes that are relevant for cardiovascular health. Dr. Boehm has received grants from the National Institute on Aging and the American Heart Association to investigate these topics. Her work has been featured in many news outlets including the New York Times and Washington Post.


Jolie BinstockJolie Binstock is currently a junior at Chapman University. She is majoring in health science and minoring in psychology. Jolie’s goal is to obtain a doctorate in physical therapy. She is interested in health and sports, with both gymnastics and music as her long time hobbies.





HannahHannah Fereday is currently a junior majoring in psychology and minoring in law, justice, and social control. Following graduation from Chapman University, Hannah plans on getting a doctoral degree in psychology to become a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist. When she is not on campus or focusing on school you can find her at Disneyland!





Amber Rahim is a senior psychology major, minoring in leadership studies, and a proud first generation college student. After graduating from Chapman University, she plans on attending law school, where she hopes to pursue a career in immigration law. In her free time when she is not working at In-N-Out, she enjoys trying new foods, going on adventures with her cousin, and going to Disneyland.





KimiKimi Uenaka is a junior applied human physiology major and psychology minor. She plans on pursuing a career in optometry after graduating from Chapman. When she isn’t getting overly excited about a dog she just saw, she likes to do color guard, go on boba runs, and listen to good music.





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