Lorraine Scott, B.S. (she/her/hers)
Lorraine is currently a 3rd year Ph.D student in Human Development and Family Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, with a Master of Arts expected in December, 2021. Lorraine's research aims to develop a more intersectional understanding of race-related stress, focusing on members of the African diaspora. Lorraine worked with Dr. Vine at the University of Pittsburgh/University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Western Psychiatric Institute from 2016 to 2018, on the Youth Emotion and Brain Study, where Dr. Vine was a study clinician and Lorraine the coordinator. Dr. Vine mentored her in several ways during this time, including teaching her the skill of diagnostic clinical interviews and mentoring 2 poster presentations and a co-authored publication:
Seager van Dyk, I., Hahn, H., Scott, L.E., Aldao, A., Vine, V., (2021). Validation of a novel film-based minority stress induction with lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity.
Scott, L .E., Vine, V., Young, K., Ladouceur, C. D., & Bylsma, L. M. (March, 2019). Think it Over: The Recall of Autobiographical Memories among Children at High vs Low Familial risk for Depression. The annual meeting of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Chicago, IL.
Scott, L .E., Vine, V., Ladouceur, C. D., & Bylsma, L. M. (July, 2018). Stuck on a Feeling: Spontaneous Recall of Positive and Negative Daily Events among Children at High vs Low Familial Risk for Depression. The Western Psychiatric Institute's Annual Research Day, Pittsburgh, PA.