My name is Kendall McMillen, MA student in Forensic Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. I graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania last May with a double baccalaureate in Psychology and Criminology and minors in Information Assurance and Music. In pursuing my masters, I want to apply for a PhD in Clinical Psychology, ultimately becoming a professor and am going to do my Master's Thesis on memory and internalized false confessions. Currently, I am working in two separate research groups, one on the effects of memory in jury deliberations, and the other in wrongful convictions of sexual assault. Besides my career aspirations, I enjoy reading and music, as well as listening to podcasts and knitting.