Natalie is a fourth-year undergraduate student at Clemson University. She will complete her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Criminal Justice in May 2022, with hopes of attaining a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. At Clemson, Natalie is involved in a Child Development research team that examines various factors influencing parental attachment to their children and infants. She is also a Forensic Psychiatry Research Assistant at the Community and Public Safety Psychiatry Division of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Her present research at MUSC, under the direction of Dr. Abby Mulay and Dr. Emily Gottfried, assesses Criterion B personality traits in convicted sexual offenders in the context of the Alternative DSM-5 Model for Personality Disorders (AMPD).
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