Steffi is a first-year Master’s student in the Experimental and Applied Psychology program at the University of Regina working under the supervision of Dr. Sarah Zanette. In Spring 2022, she received her Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology degree through the University of Regina under the supervision of Dr. Kaila Bruer. Her honours thesis, “Using Eyetracking Technology to Identify Looking Behaviours in Child Witnesses” examined children’s looking behaviours to understand the mechanisms that factor into the accuracy of children’s lineup decisions. Steffi has worked in a variety of research settings, both academic and professional, and has been a part of many volunteer research projects. Steffi gained extensive research experience during her undergraduate degree while working and volunteering for Dr. Kaila Bruer at the Child Evidence Lab. She is currently a Research Assistant for the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) as well as a Research Assistant for the Child Trauma Research Centre at the University of Regina.