Kaylyn Kim is a second year PhD student in the Social Psychology department at Purdue University. She received her B.S. in Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University in 2016. Her primary research interests examine what factors makes a relationship thrive and what makes them fail, specifically, attachment orientation as an indicator of successes and problems one will likely face in their relationship. She is also interested in positive psychology, especially exploring which adaptive strategies couple members can implement in conflict to increase success, satisfaction, and conflict resolution. Kaylyn is also interested in examining the role of technology in relational success.