Peyton recently graduated from NC State with a BA in Psychology and BS in Business Administration with an Information Science concentration and a Criminology minor. She is interested in investigating factors that contribute to unhealthy coping behaviors that precede maladaptive behavior and applying these findings to inform community-based interventions and public policy implications for the mental health of military-affiliated individuals and justice-involved youth. She began her research journey in 2019 with the Military Health and Forensic Psychology labs at NC State. In addition to her current position with CFACE, she is working as a Research Project Coordinator for a NIH grant at Meredith College. Peyton aspires to acquire a PhD in Forensic Psychology to pursue her goals of informing and applying evidence-based treatment for justice-involved individuals.
Frye, P., Smith, E., Cacace, S., & Desmarais, S.L. (2021, Aug. 12). How diversity in activity domains in close relationships affects the well-being of veterans [Poster presentation]. American Psychological Association annual convention, San Diego, CA, United States.
Frye, P., Cacace, S., Desmarais, S., Simmons-Rudolph, J., and Dubljevic, V. (2019). PPI-R subscales predictive value on delinquent behaviors from the RISQ. Poster presentation at the American Psychological Association annual meeting, Washington D.C.
B.A. Psychology North Carolina State University 2021
B.S. Business IT North Carolina State University 2021