Dr. Sarah Carter holds a PhD in Psychology, with a specialization in Research Design and Data Analysis. She currently serves as a part time faculty member at Russell Sage College, teaching courses in psychology, research methods, and statistics in all modalities. In addition, she serves as a remote adjunct instructor and methodologist for Logan University, teaching courses in research methods and statistics, reviewing student dissertation proposals, and providing support to students as they complete their research. Dr. Carter also holds a full time professional role with SUNY Empire State College as an Instructional Designer. Her own research interests include survival memory in an evolutionary context, as well as student perceptions of plagiarism and academic integrity.