Carmen Dang began her graduate work at the SMART lab in 2018. Prior to the SMART lab, Carmen received her BSc from McMaster University in Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour. Her honours thesis focused on the amplitude envelope of stimuli used in auditory research. Currently, her research focuses on individual differences in facial mimicry within the normal population. In her spare time, Carmen enjoys reruns of How I Met Your Mother, sewing and spoiling her kitten.