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Tatiana Baxter

Third Year Graduate Student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program

Tatiana completed her BA at Vanderbilt University in 2018 with majors in Psychology, Spanish, and History (European concentration). She is interested in examining cultural differences in the etiology and symptomology of psychosis and schizophrenia through the analysis of written narratives and language, particularly in the Latino community. Tatiana also endeavors to better understand bodily and emotional disturbances in individuals with schizophrenia and those at-risk for developing psychosis, in hopes of helping develop clinical interventions that can improve quality of life for these populations. In recognition of her prior scholastic accomplishments, Tatiana was selected as a Provost’s Graduate Fellow and is recognized as a Russell G. Hamilton Scholar. In addition, she was selected as a Research Training Fellow on the Developmental Psychopathology T32 Training Grant for 2023-2024. She is grateful to have the support of many, especially her constant companion and rescue dog, Jagger, who she has been training as a therapy dog.