Jasmine Martínez received her B.S. in psychology and major in Spanish and Hispanic Studies from Texas Christian University (GO FROGS!) in December 2015. During her years as an undergraduate she worked in a Social Psychology Research laboratory, focusing on health intentions and behavior. Jasmine wrote an Honors Thesis, which involved looking at the connection between nostalgia and physical activity, to examine if nostalgic reverie directly led to changes in health behaviors (e.g., exercise). Jasmine is interested in applied social problems that affect the Latino community. Specifically, psychology and law issues that may cause biased outcomes in the legal system. Additionally, she is interested in health issues that may arise based on immigration status of Hispanic/Latino immigrants. In her limited spare time, Jasmine enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, playing volleyball, and going on adventures.