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Nate Phillips

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Nate (he/him) is a third-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program at the University of Georgia. His research focuses on the empirical, multimodal integration of personality and psychopathology, with a specific emphasis on symptoms housed within the externalizing psychopathology spectrum (e.g., aggression, rule-breaking, substance use). Recent projects include assessing important correlates (e.g., brain structure, markers of physical strength) of externalizing-related traits and merging nomothetic and idiographic approaches to examine externalizing-related psychological processes. Additionally, he is a strong supporter of open science practices and is deeply interested in questions related to meta-science and the philosophy of science. In his free time, Nate enjoys playing and watching soccer, running, hiking, and watching TV.

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