Indrani is a second-year student at Marquette University’s Clinical Psychology graduate program. She graduated from HELP University College and Upper Iowa University with a B.S. in Psychology and Management in 2006, and received her Master in Clinical Psychology from University of Northern Iowa in 2011. Her Master’s thesis was centered on the relationship between personality and risk-taking behaviors. Her experiences working in a psychology clinic in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia piqued her interests in assessments. Specifically, she is interested in studying the psychometric properties of various neuropsychological, cognitive, and personality assessment instruments and investigating the utility of these assessments across different populations. Her current research focuses on using item response theory to evaluate and improve the utility of neuropsychological measures. She is also researching the role of spirituality in influencing sexual behaviors, attitudes, and knowledge among college students. In her free time, Indrani enjoys cooking, watching soccer, and reading.