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Camille Archer

Graduate Student
Research Area:

Risk factors for psychopathology, such as early adversity, including familial and environmental factors, that influence the course of internalizing symptoms in youth.

Camille is a graduate student in the BRAINS lab. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and received a B.A. in psychology and English from Vanderbilt University in 2020. While at Vanderbilt, Camille worked as an undergraduate research assistant in Dr. Bruce Compas's lab and assisted with projects

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Representative Publications

Espeleta, H. C., Sharkey, C. M., Bakula, D. M., Gamwell, K. L., Archer, C., Perez, M. N., ... & Mullins, L. L. (2020). Adverse childhood experiences and chronic medical conditions: Emotion dysregulation as a mediator of adjustment. Journal of clinical psychology in medical settings, 27(3), 572-581.

Haller, S. P., Archer, C., Jeong, A., Jaffe, A., Jones, E. L., Harrewijn, A., ... & Brotman, M. A. (2022). Changes in Internalizing Symptoms During the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Transdiagnostic Sample of Youth: Exploring Mediators and Predictors. Child Psychiatry & Human Development, 1-13.


Provost's Graduate Fellow
Russell G. Hamilton Scholar