Tina Greene

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Texas Tech University

Undergraduate Student

Member Since: 2022

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Professional Bio

Tina Greene (she/they) is a first generation college student and McNair Scholar at Texas Tech University. Tina's major is in psychology, with a minor in human development and family sciences. They are an undergraduate research assistant in the PATS and SIBS labs under the advisement of Dr. Paul Ingram and Dr. Christy Rogers, respectively. Tina is interested in research regarding trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and assessment. Tina is currently examining how well those with PTSD can be identified effectively using the newest version of a widely used psychological test, the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory–3’s (MMPI-3). Tina aims to obtain a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and become a college professor who conducts research full-time.

Institution/Organization

Parent: Texas Tech University

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Interest Group

Collaborative-Therapeutic Assessment, Health Psychology, Psychoanalytic Assessment, Education and Training