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Clinical Science Graduate Students

Email Faculty Advisor: Bruce Compas
Clinical Science

Risk and resiliency factors influencing the development of internalizing disorders.
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634 Wilson Hall
Faculty Advisor: Sohee Park
Clinical Science

Studying cross-cultural differences in psychosis / schizophrenia, with a focus on disruptions in sense of self and emotional embodiment.
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429 Wilson Hall
Faculty Advisor: Sohee Park
Clinical Science
Email Faculty Advisor: David Zald
Clinical Science
Email Faculty Advisor: Autumn Kujawa
Faculty Advisor: Kathryn Humphreys
Clinical Science

Depression, Peripartum Health, and Early Life Stress.
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Compas
Clinical Science
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615-322-5522
Faculty Advisor: Bunmi Olatunji
Clinical Science

The role of sleep in the etiology, maintenance, and treatment of anxiety disorders
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Hobbs 301
Faculty Advisor: Elisabeth Dykens
Clinical Science

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and comorbid psychopathology
Email Faculty Advisor: Autumn Kujawa
Clinical Science
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Wilson Hall 205
Faculty Advisor: Antonia Kaczkurkin
Clinical Science
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Hobbs 311
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Compas
Clinical Science

Understanding stress and its impact on children and families; developing, implementing, and evaluating preventive interventions that serve this population.
Email Faculty Advisor: Antonia Kaczkurkin
Clinical Science
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615-343-5476
Wilson 312
Faculty Advisor: Bunmi Olatunji
Clinical Science

Exposure, anxiety, OCD, specific phobias
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615-274-9747
Faculty Advisor: Bunmi Olatunji
Clinical Science

Intolerance of uncertainty, exposure therapy, anxiety, emotion
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Faculty Advisor: Sohee Park
Clinical Science

Schizophrenia, Self concept, Cognition, Social cognition, Interoception, Peripersonal space
Email Faculty Advisor: David Cole
Clinical Science
Quantitative Methods
Email Faculty Advisor: David Cole
Clinical Science
Email Faculty Advisor: Judy Garber
Clinical Science
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Faculty Advisor: Autumn Kujawa
Clinical Science

Mood disorders, emotion and reward processing
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Hobbs 301
Faculty Advisor: Judy Garber
Clinical Science
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615-343-8720
Hobbs 310
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Compas
Clinical Science

Cognitive Function, Coping, & Communication in Pediatric Populations
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634 Wilson Hall
Faculty Advisor: Sohee Park
Clinical Science

Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders; Cross-Cultural Validity; Racial/Ethnic Trauma
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226 Wilson Hall
Faculty Advisor: Antonia Kaczkurkin
Clinical Science
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Faculty Advisor: Steven Hollon
Clinical Science
Email Faculty Advisor: Bruce Compas
Clinical Science

Perinatal Mental Health; Neurocognitive Function and Coping in Children with Chronic Medical Conditions
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615-322-6613
311 Hobbs
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Compas
Clinical Science

Stress, trauma, and adversity, risk for psychopathology, and the development and implementation of interventions in at-risk youth and families
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Hobbs 301
Faculty Advisor: Judy Garber
Clinical Science

Prevention of depression and other psychopathology in offspring of depressed parents, intergenerational transmission of depression
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310-694-6450
311 Wilson Hall
Faculty Advisor: Sohee Park
Clinical Science

My research focuses on socio-emotional deficits and bodily self disturbances in the schizophrenia spectrum.
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Faculty Advisor: Autumn Kujawa
Clinical Science

Neural measures of adolescent suicidality and treatment responsivity
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Hobbs 207a
Faculty Advisor: Bruce Compas
Clinical Science

Understanding the mechanisms of actions in interventions for youth with anxiety and depression; specifically, the role of stress, coping, and executive functioning in these populations
Email Faculty Advisor: Andrew Tomarken
Clinical Science
Quantitative Methods
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615-322-5593
Wilson Hall 429
Faculty Advisor: Jo-Anne Bachorowski
Clinical Science

Social cognition and emotion, social ability, individual differences, and patient-provider interactions