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Tatyana Ramirez

Associate Professor

  • Education
  • PhD, Washington State University

  • Expertise
  • Individual psychotherapy with adults

    Psychological study of people of international/diverse backgrounds

    Therapeutic use of personality assessment

    Teaching of psychology

Dr. Tatyana Victorovna Ramirez received her undergraduate degree in English Linguistics and Education in her hometown of Vladivostok, Russia. She moved to the U.S. to attend graduate school. In 2005, after completing her doctoral studies at Washington State University and pre-doctoral internship at the University of Minnesota Counseling and Consulting Services Dr. Ramirez joined the Graduate School of Professional Psychology. At present, she teaches psychological assessment, personality assessment, and MA practicum. Dr. Ramirez is a licensed psychologist in Minnesota. She provides psychotherapy and therapeutic personality assessment at Innovative Psychological Consultants as an independent psychological contractor.

Ramirez, T.V. Enhancing Pedagogy of Personality Assessment: Application of Bloom's Taxonomy of Instructional Objectives. Paper submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of Society for Personality Assessment in March, 2015.

Avdeyeva (Ramirez), T.V., Tellegen, A., & Ben-Porath, Y. (2012). Empirical correlates of the low scores on MMPI-2/MMPI-2-RF Restructured Clinical Scales. Assessment,19(3),388-393.

McCrae, R. R., Terracciano, A., De Fruyt, F., De Bolle, Gelfand, M. J., Costa, P. T., & 42 collaborators of the adolescent personality profiles of cultures project. (2010). The validity and structure of culture-level personality scores: Data from ratings of young adolescents. Journal of Personality, 78,815-838.

Avdeyeva (Ramirez), T. V., Burgetova, K., & Welch, I. D. (2006). To help or not to help? Factors that determined helping responses to Katrina victims. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 6(1),159-175.