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2810 Old Main Hill
Logan UT 84322


The Culture & Mental Health Lab is currently comprised of graduate students in the combined Clinical, Counseling, School Psychology doctoral program at Utah State University and undergraduate students in the Psychology Department. Lab members are engaged in independent research in an interdependent context. Project content is in parenting, cultural values, microaggressions, and evidence-based interventions. Students are expected to be productive as a result of independent motivation and commitment, engaged mentoring, and proactive collaboration and support from a talented peer group as well as from family and loved ones.

Nicole Feigt

Nicole Feigt is a second-year student in the School Psychology Ed.S program at Utah State University (USU). She received her B.S. in Psychology at USU in 2015, and she has loved her time at USU and in Logan. Nicole's research interests include gender-based microaggressions, internalized sexism, and the development of LGBT allies. She lives in Logan with her husband and their cat, Molly. For fun, Nicole loves being outside whether it is snowboarding, hiking, camping, or white-water rafting.

Thesis: The Relationship of Gender-Based Microaggressions and Internalized Sexism on Mental Health Outcomes: A Mother-Daughter Study (proposed). Further resources