Neal is a sophomore majoring in psychology with a minor in family life. He plans to get a PhD in marriage and family therapy and hopes to do both clinical work and teach in a university setting. He firmly believes our family relationships are the most important relationships in our lives, and that the quality of your familial relationships will impact every other aspect of your life. That makes the research we are doing here at CREATE even more impactful to him personally. He is excited to assist in research that will directly benefit families and provide a rich source of data for family researchers. He enjoys playing games of every kind, watching movies, soccer, Thai food (poetry in culinary form), TedTalks, and spending time with his family.