Angelina is a fourth-year Psychology major. She is very passionate about psychological research pertaining to clinical psychology, cognition, cognitive development, sleep, sleep deprivation, neural activity, and neuropsychology. She is currently working at the Gopnik Cognitive Development Lab, focusing on causal learning among young children, the Golden Bear Sleep and Mood Clinic focusing on mood and sleep disorders, and the Walker Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab focusing on sleep deprivation. She is also a peer counselor for Student-to-Student Peer Counseling, an organization that provides free, confidential, one-on-one counseling available to all students of UC Berkeley. Outside of labs and school, Angelina is an avid indoor gardener and a coffee enthusiast driven to find the perfect cup of coffee in the Bay Area. In her spare time she loves to find new hiking trails. journal her adventures, and cuddle up with a nice book. After graduating from UC Berkeley, she hopes to attend medical school.