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58 th Annual Meeting

SOUTHEASTERN

PSYCHOLOGICAL

ASSOCIATION

February 15-18, 2012

New Orleans Sheraton New Orleans, Louisiana

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2012

ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM

SOUTHEASTERN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

58 th Annual Meeting

Sheraton New Orleans Hotel

New Orleans, Louisiana

February 15-18, 2012

SOUTHEASTERN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

Officers and Executive Committee, 2011-2012

President

Debra Sue Pate

Past President

Patricia L. Donat

President-Elect

Steve A. Nida

Secretary-Treasurer

Sabina C. Widner

Members-at-Large

Jennifer Hughes

Georgina S. Hammock

 

Joan D. Duer

Director, Continuing Education

Jared Keeley

Historian

James L. Pate

Newsletter Editor

Chuck Robertson

Committee Chairs:

Steve Nida

2011 Convention Program Committee

Patricia L. Donat

Chair, Election Committee

Jennifer C. Friday

Committee on Equality of Professional Opportunity

Rosemary Phelps

Sub-Committee on CEPO/Psi Chi Undergraduate Research

Amy E. Lyndon

Sub-Committee on Student Research Awards

Jennifer Hughes

Committee on Graduate Student Research Awards

Georgina S. Hammock

Committee for Outstanding Professional Paper Awards

Administrative Office Department of Psychology The Citadel 202 Richardson Avenue Charleston, SC 29409

843-953-0772 E-mail: sepa@citadel.edu

Administrative Officer:

Administrative Assistant:

Al Finch Amy Limehouse Eager

Web: www.sepaonline.com

CONVENTION ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE ONE COPY OF THE SEPA PROGRAM. THERE WILL BE A $5 CHARGE FOR ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS.

2011 SEPA Program Committee

Lin-Miao Agler Sarah Ainsworth William Aitken Ryan Allen Clarissa Arms-Chavez James Arruda Eileen Astor-Stetson Lara Ault Susan Thorson-Barnett Tammy Barry Hall Beck Brooke Bennett-Day Chris Bjornsen Lisa Blalock Carla Bluhm Stefanie

Alen Hajnal Donald Hall Georgina Hammock Matthew Hanchon Timothy Hanchon Michelle Haney Thomas Harlow Jennifer Harper Paul Harris Quentin Hartmann Rosemary Hays-Thomas Michael Herkov Judy Ho Steven Hobbs Rolf Holtz

Meg Milligan Lori Muskat Ivelina Naydenova Donna Nelson Ivonne Ocampo Nyaka NiiLampti Ivonne Ocampo Debra Sue Pate James Pate Sharon Pearcey Shane Pitts P Politano Brian Pope Jodi Price R. Christopher Qualls

Alva Hughes

Deborah Racey

Lyn Boulter

Kristine Jacquin

Harvey Richman

Whittney Bridges

Daniel Janulaitis

Cedar Riener

Michelle Broth

William Jenkins

Sarah Robertson

Amy Brown

Bernard Jensen

Christina Rodriguez

Benjamin Brown

Gary Jones

Craig Rogers

Amy Browne

Linda Jones

Rodney Roosevelt

Sheila Brownlow

Regina Kakhnovets

Richard Saunders

Blaine Browne

Steven Kass

Dr.Gail Scott

Amy Buddie

Jared Keeley

Glenn Shean

David Bunch

Richard Keen

Jessica Shenesey

Edward Callen

Jeannine Klein

Christina Sinisi

Alice Carter

Peter Kranz

Merry Sleigh

Diane Catanzaro

Tracy Ksiazak

James Stefurak

Jeffrey Chase

Elise Labbe

Ben Stephens

Cherie Clark

Candace Lassiter

Patrick Smith

Arlo Clark foos

Brea-Anne Lauer

Phillip Smith

Christy Cowan

Adam Lawson

Michael Stasio

Cindy Cowan

Jared Ledoux

John Stefurak

Jessica Cruit

Jeffrey Leitzel

Melton Strozier

Bruce Darby

Cynthia Lindsey

Jeremiah Sullins

Shoshana Dayanim

Thomas Lipscomb

Kevin Swartout

Deborah Deckner-Davis

Mary Livingston

Charles Talor

Stephan Desrochers

Steven Lloyd

Desta Taylor

Joan Duer

Robert Lowinger

Yen To

James Epps

Amy Lyndon

Aurora Torres

Kim Ernst

Angie Mackewn

Mary Utley

Lori Fernald

Michael Madson

Susan Walch

Al Finch

Jon Mandracchia

Kristin Walker

Mary Ellen Fromuth

Michael Marcell

Richard Walker

Rose Gonzalez

Lee Matthews

Alvin Wang

Laura Grant

Janet Matthews

Laurie Walters

Jan Griffin

Cliff McKinney

Carol Yoder

Pinar Gurkas

Corinne McNamara

Nikki Yonts

Kathryn Hahn

Joseph Melnyk

Tammy Zacchilli

Andrew Mienaltowski

Christine Ziegler

 

Adam Zimmer

GENERAL INFORMATION

HEADQUARTERS for the 201 SEPA annual meeting is the Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana. Events will be held in the Sheraton New Orleans.

REGISTRATION is in Napoleon Foyer on the 3 rd floor. Everyone attending the meeting must register and must wear the SEPA identification badge.

Advance Registration: If you have registered in advance, come by the SEPA registration desk to pick up your badge and program.

On-Site Registration: Register as soon as possible after you arrive. The SEPA registration, information, workshop, and membership desk is located in Napoleon Foyer on the 3 rd floor and will be open as follows:

Wednesday

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Thursday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Friday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Saturday

8:00 am - 9:30 am

Registration Categories:

$ 75 SEPA members or affiliate members whose dues are current

50

50

135

100

Advanced graduate student members whose dues are current

Student Affiliates whose dues are current

Professional non-members

Student non-members (Undergraduates or graduate students

with fewer than two years in their degree program)

30

Non-psychologist Spouse/Partner

In paper sessions on Thursday morning, the asterisks (**) denote finalists for monetary awards in
In paper sessions on Thursday morning, the asterisks (**) denote finalists for monetary awards in

In paper sessions on Thursday morning, the asterisks (**) denote finalists for monetary awards in the Outstanding Paper Award for Professional Members. These awards were funded through a grant from the American Psychological Association Science Directorate. Award winners will be announced at the Friday evening reception.

American Psychological Association Science Directorate. Award winners will be announced at the Friday evening reception.

GENERAL INFORMATION

WORKSHOPS for Continuing Education credit are scheduled throughout the convention. (See sessions A-J at the beginning of the meeting schedule.) Workshop registration is at the main SEPA registration desk. SEPA registration is a prerequisite to workshop registration.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT will be offered for presentations of the SEPA Invited Speakers. Each of these sessions will offer one hour of credit for a fee of $10. Information on registration and payment will be available on-site at the convention. Persons who verify their attendance, remit payment, and submit an evaluation form for these sessions will receive a CE certificate for each session attended.

POSTER SESSIONS are scheduled in Napoleon CD 123 on the 3 rd floor. (See floor plan at the back of this program.)

EXHIBITS are located in Napoleon CD 123 on the 3 rd floor. Hours of operation are Wednesday from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Thursday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and 8:00 -12:00 noon on Saturday

MESSAGES may be left on the Message Board outside the exhibit area.

PSI CHI will sponsor a Psi Chi Orientation on Thursday from 9:00 am to11:00 am in the Napoleon Ballroom CD Corridor. The Southdown Meeting Room (4 th floor) will be used as the ―Psi Chi Hospitality Room‖ Thursday and Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. You do not have to be a Psi Chi member to visit the Hospitality Room; all meeting attendees are welcome to meet with students from other schools.

Receptions are scheduled in Napoleon CD/123 room on Wednesday, in the Waterbury (2 nd floor) Ballroom on Thursday and in the Armstrong Ballroom (8 th floor) on Friday.

The Administrative Officer is responsible for all arrangements (such as rooms for social functions or special meetings) and will make all such contacts with the hotel. Please send any requests to Al Finch at the SEPA e-mail: SEPA@citadel.edu.

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SPECIAL PROGRAMMED EVENTS

Executive Committee Meetings

Wednesday, February 15

GOVERNANCE

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Poydras

Thursday, February 16

Saturday, February 18

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Poydras

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Poydras

Luncheon for Past Presidents

Friday, February 17

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

SEPA Business Meeting All are welcome!

Friday, February 17 th

3:00 3:50pm

INVITED ADDRESSES

Poydras Room

Napoleon B1/B2 Room

These psychologists’ presentations are invited and sponsored by SEPA and/or by affiliated organizations because their work is of significant interest to psychologists in many fields. Information about the speakers is available at the SEPA registration desk.

Roy F. Baumeister, Ph.D., Florida State University

G. Stanley Hall Lecture (sponsored by the American Psychological Association

The Why, What and How of Human Consciousness

Friday 4:00-4:50pm/NapoleonB1/B2

Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr., Ph.D., Texas A&M University

Rosecrans SEPA Invited Address I

Goodbye Dr. Chips: Or When Will College Professors No Longer Teach Any Courses?

Thursday 9:00-9:50am/Napoleon B1/B2

Randall W. Engle, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology

Rosecrans SEPA Invited Address II

Working Memory Capacity as a State and Trait Variable

Friday 9:00-9:50am/Napoleon B1/B2

Anthony B. Greenwald, Ph.D., University of Washington

Siegel-Wallston Invited Address

Implicit Bias: New Forms of the American Dilemma and the New Science of Discrimination

Friday 11:00-11:50am/Napoleon B1/B2

Debra Sue Pate, Ph.D., Jackson State University

Presidential Address

A Woman's Place: In Psychology?

Thursday 4:00-4:50pm/Napoleon B1/B2

Adrian Raine, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

PSI CHI/SEPA Invited Address

The Brain Basis to Crime: Ethical and Legal Implications.

Thursday 1:00-1:50pm/Napoleon B1/B2

Judith Worell, Ph.D., University of Kentucky

CEPO/SEPA Invited Address

Looking Back, Looking Forward

Friday 1:00-1:50 pm/Napoleon B1/B2

CEPO PROGRAMMING

The Committee on Equality of Professional Opportunity is a standing committee of SEPA. Its purpose is to provide information about and opportunity for persons from groups that are under-represented in the organization or in the broader community of psychologists. The Chair of CEPO is an ex-officio member of the Executive Committee

CEPO/SEPA Student Research Semi-Finalists Wednesday, February 15 6:00 pm 7:30 pm Napoleon CD123

CEPO/Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Program Thursday, February 16 8:30 am9:45 am Napoleon CD123

CEPO Minority Interest Group Thursday, February 16 3:00 pm 3:50 pm Napoleon A2

CEPO/Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Program Friday, February 17 8:30 am 9:45 am Napoleon CD123

SEPA/CEPO INVITED ADDRESS Friday, February 17

2:00 pm

2:50 pm

Napoleon B1,B2

CEPO Symposium Friday, February 17

3:50 pm

3:00 pm Napoleon A2

CEPO Leadership Institute Saturday, February 18

9:30 am --- Napoleon B3

11:00 am

CEPO Business Meeting Saturday, February 18 11:00-11:50 am Napoleon B3

AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS

SEIOPA

(Southeastern Industrial/Organizational Psychological Association)

Friday 12:30 pm 2:50pm Napoleon A3

CAMPP

(Council of Applied Masters Programs in Psychology)

Friday 12:00 -12:50 pm

Napoleon A2

CUPP

(Council of Undergraduate Psychology Programs)

Thursday 11:00 am 12:20 pm

Oak Alley

SWIM

(Southeastern Workers in Memory)

Friday 1:00 pm 3:00 pm Oak Alley

Welcome Reception Wednesday February 15

Presidential Reception Thursday February 16

Receptions

5:00 7:00 pm Napoleon Exposition Hall 3 rd floor (Poster Area)

5:30 7:30 pm Waterbury Ballroom (2 nd floor)

Reception Horning Past Presidents, Award Winners and CEPO’s 40 th

Friday, February 17

5:00 6:30 pm Armstrong Ballroom (8 th floor)

This reception honors SEPA’s Past Presidents and Celebrates CEPO’s 40 th anniversary. Winners of the Mentor Award, the Outstanding Professional Paper award, the Graduate Student Research Award, and the CEPO/PSI CHI Undergraduate award will be announced.

Join us for refreshments and celebration!

SOUTHEASTERN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

Past Presidents

1954-55

John B. Wolfe

1982-83

Pauline Rose Clance

(Temporary during founding of SEPA)

1983-84

Joseph H. Grosslight

1955-56

John B. Wolfe

1984-85

C. J. Rosecrans

1956-57

Nicholas Hobbs

1985-86

William B. Pavlik

1957-58

E. E. Cureton

1986-87

Howard R. Pollio

1958-59

Winthrop N. Kellogg

1987-88

David E. Clement

1959-60

M. Curtis Langhorne

1988-89

W. Theodore May

1960-61

John F. Dashiell

1989-90

Karen S. Calhoun

1961-62

Stanford C. Ericksen

1990-91

Cheryl B. Travis

1962-63

Irwin A. Berg

1991-92

John E. Williams

1963-64

Susan W. Gray

1992-93

Henry E. Adams

1964-65

Louis D. Cohen

1993-94

Charles L. Brewer

1965-66

Ralph Mason Dreger

1994-95

Judith Worell

1966-67

Wilse B. Webb

1995-96

Jennifer C. Friday

1967-68

Ted Landsman

1996-97

Jacquelyn W. White

1968-69

Wallace A. Kennedy

1997-98

Nathan W. Perry

1969-70

Earl C. Brown

1998-99

W. Harold Moon

1970-71

Raymond R. Shrader

1999-00

Rosemary Hays-Thomas

1971-72

Raymond D. Fowler

2000-01

Sheila Eyberg

1972-73

Charles D. Spielberger

2001-02

Sheila Eyberg

1973-74

William D. Spears

(Acting for the late Mervyn K. Wagner)

1974-75

Joseph C. Hammock

2002-03

Richard D. Tucker

1975-76

Marshall R. Jones

2003-04

Stephen H. Hobbs

1976-77

Edward H. Loveland

2004-05

A. J Finch, Jr.

1977-78

Laurence Siegel

2005-06

Jean Spruill

1978-79

Ellen B. Kimmel

2006-07

Lillian Range

1979-80

Irwin J. Knopf

2007-08

Deborah South Richardson

1980-81

William H. Calhoun

2008-09

James L. Pate

1981-82

Dorothy D. Nevill

2009-10

Patricia L. Donat

Wednesday February 15 th

SEPA WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

February 16- 18 New Orleans, Louisiana

Date:

Name:

Address:

City, State, Zip:

Position/Title:

Phone: (

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E-mail:

Full-time graduate students only:

University:

Department:

All workshop leaders this year will admit graduate students without faculty sponsorship. However, many of the workshops assume specific background knowledge. Be sure that you are eligible.

INSTRUCTIONS: Enter the appropriate fee in the space to the right of each workshop for which you wish to register. Fees below are explained on the next page

A. (50/25)

$

G.

(50/25)

$

B. (50/25)

$

H. (100/50)

$

C. (30/15)

$

I.

(50/25)

$

D. (50/25)

$

J.

(50/25)

$

E. (50/25)

$

K.

(50/25)

$

F. (50/25)

$

 

TOTAL

$

Return this booklet page, your meeting registration form and a check for the total cost of the workshops you wish to attend (made payable to SEPA) to: SEPA, Psychology Department, The Citadel, Charleston, SC 29409. If you have not already registered for the meeting you may register online.

Wednesday February 15 th

Thursday, 9:00 12:00

3 CE Credits

Bayside A

Workshop A: Strategies for Improving Productivity with Underperforming Faculty

R. Christopher Qualls, Ph.D. Emory & Henry College

Description:

Academic psychologists who find themselves in leadership roles on their campuses are often confronted with the dilemma of dealing with underperforming faculty members, both in psychology and in other disciplines. This workshop will provide participants with strategies for assessing faculty underperformance, examine the causes of poor productivity among faculty, provide suggestions for discussing issues of underperformance with faculty, and offer potential solutions for improving the performance of these colleagues. Participants will be given case studies of faculty underperformance to assess, discuss, and recommend solutions to address the identified problems.

Learning Outcomes: At the completion of thw workshop participants will be able to

1. identify leading causes of underperformance among faculty members.

2. develop specific and measurable goals to be used in developing action plans for poor performing faculty.

3. identify potential solutions for each area (teaching, scholarship, service) of faculty underperformance.

4. articulate the components of facilitating effective meetings with underperforming faculty.

5. apply their knowledge of working with underperforming faculty members to two case presentations.

Targeted Audience:

This workshop is intended for academic psychologists who are presently in, or aspire to, leadership roles within their institutions. I would be happy to have graduate students in the workshop though the material is unlikely to be useful to them at this stage of their training.

Wednesday February 15 th

Thursday, 9:00 12:00 &

6

CE Credits

Bayside B

1:00-4:00

 

Workshop B: Comprehensive Behavioral Interventions for Tics

Michael Himle, Ph.D. University of Utah

Description:

This didactic presentation on Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics (CBIT) offers authoritative information on Tourette Syndrome and its common co-occurring conditions. CBIT combines elements of habit reversal training with psychoeducation and function-based behavioral interventions. Dr. Himle will provide an overview of the current evidence supporting CBIT as an effective intervention for patients with tics. Participants will learn the CBIT protocol for tic management and understand the impact of environmental events on tics. This presentation is presented on behalf of the national Tourette Syndrome Association and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Learning Outcomes: At the completeion of this workshop participants will be able to

1. recognize the common symptoms and clinical characteristics of Tourette Syndrome

2. discuss the impact of environmental events on tics

3. summarize the current state of evidence regarding non-pharmacological interventions for tics

4. describe the CBIT protocol for tic management

Targeted Audience:

Open to all, but targeted toward CBIT practitioners.

Thursday, 9:00 12:00

3

CE Credits

Bayside C

Workshop C: The Coping Power Program for Childhood Aggression

John E. Lochman, Ph.D., ABPP University of Alabama

Description:

This workshop will provide an overview of the Coping Power program, will review active mechanisms (peers; parenting; children’s social cognitive processes and emotion- regulation) which contribute to the maintenance of children’s aggressive behavior, and show how this contextual social-cognitive conceptual framework guides successful intervention, treatment and prevention. The Coping Power Program, typically delivered

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as a small group intervention within clinics and elementary and middle schools, has a 34 session child component and a 16 session parent component. Clinicians and researchers attending the workshop will be able to identify preadolescent children who are appropriate for the intervention; to describe how the Coping Power model provides a framework for the assessment and intervention of specific children; to understand the intervention research findings supporting this program; and to implement tools to help the child recognize physiological cues of anger and manage their anger arousal, and to identify competent strategies for coping with social problems, and to help parents respond to children’s aggressive behavior problems.

Learning Outcomes: At the completion of the workshop participants will be able to

1. describe the risk factors for angry, aggressive children

2. discuss the Coping Power Program’s outcome effects

3. list techniques to help children cope more effectively with anger and other difficult emotions.

4. list techniques for enhancing children’s social problem-solving skills.

5. discuss the skills to assist parents in enhancing parent-child relationships and developing effective behavior management strategies.

Targeted Audience:

Open to graduate students and Doctoral level practitioners.

Thursday, 1:00 4:00

3 CE Credits

Bayside C

Workshop D: Managing Diversity Management in Organizations

Rosemary Hays-Thomas, Ph.D. University of West Florida

Description:

This workshop will provide a conceptual and empirical foundation for work in organizational diversity management. Rationale, effective techniques and methods, and evaluation will be covered as well as sources of resistance and pitfalls. Examples of best practices will be presented. Participants will apply some of the ideas to develop a plan for their own organization or one with which they are familiar. Didactic, case discussion and experiential approaches will be used.

Learning Outcomes: Participants who complete this workshop should be able to:

1. discuss primary rationales for ―diversity management‖ and evaluate the empirical basis for each.

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2. state the difference between diversity management and other organizational approaches such as EEO, Affirmative Action, Valuing Diversity, Training, and Organization Development.

3. describe effective techniques and methods for managing organizational diversity at individual and organizational levels.

4. list factors shown to be important in the success of diversity management efforts.

5. assess the status of an organization with respect to diversity climate and the status of diversity management.

Targeted Audience:

Open to all but some background in organizational, social or industrial psychology is preferred.

Thursday, 1:00 4:00

3 CE Credits

Bayside A

Workshop E: Faculty Online Learning Communities: Faculty Academies Make the Difference

Mary Lou Yeattes, Ed.D., Raymond Jones, Ed.D., and Nichelle Middleton, MA, The Citadel

Description:

This workshop explores developing online teaching communities within your college through the mechanism of formal Faculty Academies. The facilitators’ experiences developing and conducting online Academies across disciplines will be shared in three themes

Establishing the Foundation for Buy-In,

Aligning the Academy Model to your needs

Growing and Nurturing your Online Community.

With the support of facilitators, participants will work together to discover how they can help faculty engage, contribute, and become more active with their peers as an online community. The desired long-term result is improved faculty and student satisfaction in online education, improved alignment between learning objectives and learning outcomes, and heightened awareness of regulatory requirements in online education.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

1. identify practical applications to help faculty engage, contribute, and become more active with their peers as an online community.

2. negotiate the regulatory information regarding equivalency, copyright, and accommodation of disability in the online environment.

3. describe how the proper design of asynchronous and synchronous structure can create more efficient online environments and improve faculty and student satisfaction in online education

4. analyze alignment between learning objectives and learning outcomes, creating effective online models.

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Targeted Audience:

Individuals interested in learning about establishing online teaching courses.

Friday, 9:00 12:00 & 1:00

6 CE Credits

Bayside B

4:00

Workshop F: Documenting LD/ADHD for Students in Higher Education

Lori R. Muskat, Ph.D. Georgia School of Professional Psychology, Argosy/Atlanta

Description:

Providing documentation for students seeking accommodations in higher education requires specific skills. These include knowledge of assessment instruments, information processing, personality development and diagnostic psychopathology as well as an understanding of legal issues and the range of disorders that impact performance in an academic setting. This workshop will address an overview of prevalent conditions/disorders that warrant accommodations, relevant laws that govern the granting of accommodations, and best practices in psychological report writing needed to compile effective documentation. A combination of didactic and experiential methods will be used.

Learning Outcomes: As a result of attending the workshop participants will be able to:

describe the most prevalent conditions/disorders for which students can seek accommodations in higher education

discuss the major laws (i.e., Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504) that govern the provision of accommodations in higher education

compare the similarities and differences between laws regulating the provision of accommodations in grade school (i.e., Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act) and those regulating accommodations in higher education

with increased knowledge and skills write psychological, psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluation reports that provide appropriate documentation for students seeking accommodations in higher education

Targeted Audience:

The target population of this workshop is clinicians and clinicians in training who provide evaluation services to students seeking accommodations in higher education. Some prior training in assessment is necessary, and those with some prior training in the areas of LD, ADHD, and chronic medical and psychiatric conditions are likely to benefit most.

Wednesday February 15 th

Friday, 9:00 12:00

3

CE Credits

Bayside A

Workshop G: Understanding PTSD: Etiology and Evidenced Based Treatment from the Biopsychosocial Perspective

Melton Strozier, PhD., ABPP Mercer University School of Medicine

Description:

The purpose of this workshop is to explain the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of on PTSD from the Biopsychosocial perspective. Recent brain imaging results will be shown to the audience to demonstrate findings on how trauma affects brain structure and function. This approach to understanding PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder will show the etiology of both diagnoses, describe the psychological and social systems effects of this brain alteration on the individual, and discuss evidence based treatment options consistent with the neurobiology of PTSD. Special attention will be paid to women who are victims of childhood sexual abuse. Learning Outcomes: Workshop participants will be able to

1. identify the biological responses of the brain and the endocrine system to psychological stressors.

2. discuss the results of fMRI techniques in terms of understanding the neurobiology of PTSD.

3. describe how the process of significant and/or extended trauma changes the structure and function of the brain.

4. describe how trauma-related neurological structure and function changes affect behavior of both PTSD and Borderline Personality Disorder patients.

5. discuss evidence-based treatment options for trauma victims from the Biopsychosocial perspectives.

Targeted Audience:

Open to all

Friday, 9:00 12:00

3

CE Credits

Bayside C

Workshop H: Microskills: I’m hearing what you are saying, but what are you saying?

Susan Thorson-Barnett, PhD., Joseph D. Biscoe, III, MHS, and Laura Burns, BS Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Description:

Helping Profession (therapists, counselors, advisors, mentor, etc.) need a ―tool bag (techniques and skills)‖ for effectiveness and efficiency when facilitating those they

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serve. This interactive workshop will present both theory and practice exercises designed to assist Helping Professionals improve their communication skills. The information included is based on Ivey, Ivey, and Zalaquett (2009) Intentional Interviewing and Counseling theories regarding, Microskills Hierarchy Basic Listening Sequences: attending behaviors and active listening. The benefit of using the microskills model lies in the ability of the helping professional to effectively communicate to those they serve.

There are two goals of this workshop:

1) The participants will demonstrate their ability to enhance their ―tool bag‖ in two of the basic communication skills by successfully completing the role- playing activities and then apply these skills in their therapy sessions. 2) The participants will be able to identify and understand how personal values impact professionalism.

Workshop participants will, at the completion of this workshop, be able to

1) identify the characteristic and skills of a positive helping profressional 2) identify the barriers to effective communication 3) define and implement the first tier of the Microskills Hierarch: Attending Behaviors 4) define and implement the second tier of the Microskills Hierarchy: Active Listening 5) identify and describe how personal values impact professionalism 6) identify and develop a better understand of Multicultural issues 7) define the ethics for the helping professional and be aware of resources to assist

Target Audience:

This workshop is designed for beginning therapists, counselors, graduate students, and professionals in helping occupations

Friday, 1:00 4:00

3 CE Credits

Bayside A

Workshop I: Ethical Practice for Child Clinical Psychologists

Lloyd Adam ―Chip‖ Taylor, Ph.D., The Citadel Description:

The purpose of this workshop will be to introduce psychologists and mental health professionals to the ethical and legal dilemmas commonly faced by those working with children and families. The workshop will utilize experiential and case studies to facilitate learning and will also consist of lecture-learner format. Handouts and other instructional materials will be provided.

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Learning outcomes: At the completeion of the workshop participants will be able to

1. describe the limits of confidentiality when working with children and families

2. recognizing the roles of individuals involved in divorce and legal proceedings

3. facilitate interactions between therapists and the legal system

4. discuss the implications of technology and electronic communication as they relate to ethical treatment of children and families.

Targeted Audience:

The workshop will be open to all. Interested parties will likely have a desire to work with children and families and also to interface with the legal system.

Saturday, 9:00 12:00

3 CE Credits

Bayside A

Workshop J: Clinical Supervision: When Things go Awry

Scott A. Cardin, Ph.D., VA Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care Center and Jared W. Keeley, Ph.D., Mississippi State University

In this session, we will discuss various pitfalls in the clinical supervision of trainees, including barriers to effective communication, resistance of the student to adjust, power struggles, and ethical issues. The session will be highly interactive, inviting participants to share problems they have encountered. Session participants will discuss a variety of problem scenarios. We will discuss solutions for various types of problems in supervision as well as review the implicit ethical and training considerations.

Learning Outcomes: Workshop participants will be able to

1. identify problems in standard clinical supervision with students that could lead to a less effective outcome for the supervisor, supervisee, and/or client

2. identify communication patterns, like mitigating language, that could decrease the effectiveness of communication.

3. discuss specific situations where participants have encountered supervision issues as examples of broader concerns.

4. provide means for preventing and ameliorating supervision problems.

5. review relevant sections of the ethics code as they apply to supervision issues.

6. discuss implications for training models and practices.

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Targeted Audience:

The session is targeted for individuals involved in providing clinical supervision at any level (graduate practica, internship, postdoctoral, peer), although supervisees would also be welcome to attend as didactic training for the later provision of supervision (i.e., open to all).

would also be welcome to attend as didactic training for the later provision of supervision (i.e.,

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A special thanks to NOVA University for providing the Convention Bags.
A special thanks to NOVA University for providing
the Convention Bags.

Wednesday February 15 th

1. SEPA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING:

2:00 to 5:00 pm Poydras Room

Debra Sue Pate, Jackson State University, presiding

2. SEPA SAMPLER POSTER SESSION AND RECEPTION:

5:00 pm to 7:00 Napoleon CD123

A selection of highly rated posters from various subject areas and the semi-finalists from the Student Research Award.

Jennifer Hughes, Agnes Scott College, presiding

Note: The semi-finalist student award posters are marked with ++. Finalists for the Graduate Student Award are scheduled for paper presentation of Friday February 17 th , at 10:30 11:20 am in the Nottoway room.

1. Examining Life Stressors, Worry, and Substance Use. Mary Bennett, Emily Spicer, Treshika Melvin, Kali Falnes, and Kathryn Hahn, Millsaps College

2. Compatibility of DSM-IV-TR and Proposed DSM-5 Alcohol Use Disorder Criteria. Amanda Metze, and Norman Hoffmann, Western Carolina University

3. Differentiating Between “Higher” and “Lower” Risk for Child Re-Abuse. Valerie Russell, Kia Asberg, Brittni Morgan, David McCord, and William Moon, Western Carolina University

4. Women's Expectations of Sexual Assault Victimization. Emily Mouilso, Karen Calhoun; Shaun Lee, Thomas Rosenbloom, and Christine Gidycz, , University of Georgia

5. Viewing Television Storm Coverage of Hurricane Gustav and Youth Post Traumatic

Stress Reactions: The Role of Pre Disaster Symptoms.

Banks, Brandon Scott, and Carl Weems, University of New Orleans

Rebecca Graham, Donice

6. Trauma exposure and Eating Disordered Behavior among HIV+ youth. Michelle Broth and Karen Krider, Georgia Gwinnett College

7. Moderated Mediation Analyses of Maternal Depression and Child Adaptive Behavior. Stephanie Smith, Laura Cook, The University of Southern Mississippi, Ferne Pinard, Children's Hospital Boston, and Tammy Barry, University of Southern Mississippi

8. Undergraduates’ Perceptions of Parental Expectations: Do Males and Females Differ? Meagan McSwiggan, Jayme Puff, Brea-Anne Lauer, and Kimberly Renk, University of Central Florida

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9. One of These Things is Not Like the Others: The Role of Cognitive Flexibility in Processing Distinctive Information. Naomi Chatley, Stephanie Miller, and Stuart Marcovitch, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

10. Changes in Undergraduates’ Research Self-Efficacy, Knowledge, and Interest in Research. Stefanie Boswell, University of the Incarnate Word

11. Academic Entitlement: Group Differences and Change over Time. Stefanie Boswell and Mollimichelle Cabeldue, University of the Incarnate Word

12. Fact from Fiction: Learning about Abnormal Psychology through Stories. Adrian Janit, Georgina Hammock, Darrell Robinson, Erik Emmons, and Deborah Richardson, Augusta State University

13. Personality Predicts Adoption of an Orphaned Essential Learning Outcome. Bethany Jurs, University of Wisconsin-Stout; Timothy Daugherty, Missouri State

14. Excitatory and Inhibitory Effects of Emotion on Social Identity Judgments. Cassandra Sturycz, and Andrew Mienaltowski, Western Kentucky University

15. Impact of parenting style on the relation between temperament and guilt in preschoolers. Candace Lassiter, Janet Boseovski, and Vanessa Alvarado, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

16. ++Directed Forgetting and Directed Remembering in Visual Working Memory. Melonie Williams, and Geoffrey Woodman, Vanderbilt University.

17. ++Bullying Experiences of Special Education Students: Teacher versus Student Report. Melissa-Miles Dunn, Conway Saylor, and Kristina Kenny, The Citadel

18. ++Does the DASS measure up to the Tripartite Model? Nicole Wilner, Georgia State University; Michael Compton, The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences; Robert Latzman, and Erin Tone, Georgia State University.

19. The Relationship between Masculinity and Aggression in Adjudicated Male Youth. Daniel Robinson, and Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, University of South Alabama

20. Effect of Childhood Trauma on Jurors’ Rulings for a Defendant. Mary Dunn, Hannah Rawcliffe, and Chelsea Bolton, Wesleyan College

21. Differing State Definitions Impact Juror Decisions in a Capital Trial Involving Intellectual Disability. Ashley Moore, and Kristine Jacquin, Mississippi State University

22. The Influence of Need for Closure on Jury Decision Making. Alyna Ohanmamooreni, Christopher Holden, Thomas Ford, Annie Kochersberger, and Adam Hicks, Western Carolina University

23. Links between attachment and psychological symptoms among HIV+ youth. Patricia Bowman and Michelle Broth, Georgia Gwinnett College

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24. Interpretation Bias in Ruminative Thinking. Thuy Anh Ngo and Paula Hertel, Trinity University

25. Suspicion and Attributed Hostility: New Wine in Old Bottles? Stanciu Jamie and James Epps, University of South Florida Polytechnic

26. Using Color to Test Boundary Extension as a Source Memory Error. Katherine Ness, Greta Munger, and Kristi Multhaup, Davidson College

27. Individual Differences in Auditory Imagery. Michael Marcell, Meagan Orton, Christie Mallard, Megan Ryan, and Erin Stephenson, College of Charleston

28. Long-Term Memory for Lateral Orientation. Michael Marcell and Morgan Benz, College of Charleston

29. Effect of interstimulus intervals on ERP measures of affective priming. Alomari, Neymi Orozco, Kayla Butler, Jessica James, and Jaime Tartar, Nova Southeastern University

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30. Correlations between MMPI-2-RF Supplementary Scales and Child Abuse Potential Inventory. Brittni Morgan, David McCord, and William Moon, Western Carolina University

31. Whose Fault is it Anyway? Perfectionists’ Experience of Test Anxiety. Brittany Weiner and John Carton, Oglethorpe University

32. Relationships among Parenting, Parental Psychopathology, and Late Adolescent Psychopathology. Mary Milone, Joe Pastuszak, Chafen DeLao, and Cliff McKinney, Mississippi State University

33. Violence Among Us: Perceptions of Same-sex Domestic Violence. Shawn Mendez, and Jacquelyn White, University of North Carolina Greensboro

34. Factors Influencing Late Adolescent Disruptive Behavior. Tiffany Woodcock, Melanie Morse, Ashley King-Profit, Justine Connolly, Hillary Leibold, and Cliff McKinney, Mississippi State University

Welcome Reception 5:00 7:00 pm Poster Room/Exhibit Area Napoleon Exposition Hall (3 rd floor) Reception open to all convention attendees Light Hors D’ Oeuvres (Cash Bar)

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4. CEPO/PSI CHI UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH POSTER SESSION I

8:30 am to 9:45 am Napoleon CD 123

Rosemary Phelps, University of Georgia and Rihana S. Mason, Emmanuel College presiding

5. PAPER SESSION: HUMAN FACTORS

8:15 9:20 AM Nottaway Room Jessica Cruit, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, presiding

8:15

7.1 ERP insights into Disruptions in Spatial Navigation. Sujala Maharjan, Wesleyan

College; Emily Urban, Marquette University; James Thompson and Elisabeth Ploran, George Mason University

8:30

7.2 The Relationship Among Pilot Workload, Human Error, and Civil Aviation

Accidents. Antoine Juhel, Jessica Cruit, and Albert Boquet, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical

University

8:45

7.3 The Impact of Social Pressure Coupled with Weather-Related Incidents on

Decision Making in the Helicopter Emergency Medical Industry. Jessica Cruit, and Albert

Boquet, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

9:00

7.4 Effects of Time Pressure and Communication on Aviation Maintenance Incidents.

Julian Archer, Jessica Cruit, Beth Blickensderfer, Albert Boquet, and Jennifer Cabrerra, Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University

6. CONVERSATION HOUR

8:30 9:20 am Napoleon A2

Doctoral Training in Clinical Medical/Health Psychology: Current Status. Steven Hobbs and Melton Strozier, Mercer School of Medicine. presiding

7. CONVERSATION HOUR:

8:30 9:20 am Napoleon A1

Conversation Hour with Past Chairs of CEPO Jennifer Friday, Georgia Gwinnett College, presiding

8. PAPER SESSION: TRAUMATIZATION OF GRADUATE STUDENTS,

TEACHER EMOTIONAL MALTREATMENT, AND RELIGIOUS COPING

8:30 9:30 am Oak Alley

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Gary Jones, Lousiana State University at Shreveport presiding

** Denotes nominee for Outstanding Professional Paper Award

8:30

**8.1

Risk Factors of Vicarious Traumatization in Psychology Graduate Students. W.

Michael Nelson, Colleen Furey, and Anna Ghee, Xavier University

 

8:50

8.2

Religious Coping, Gender Role Orientation, and LGBTQ Psychological

Adjustment.

Stacy Parenteau, James Goodson, Sakkaphat Ngamake, devaron

Palmer, Susan Walch, University of West Florida

 

9:10

** 8.3

Teacher Emotional Maltreatment of Students in Grades K-6 and 7-12. Mary Ellen Fromuth, Teresa Davis, Candias Sadler, Jonathan Prokop, and Krystal Owens, Middle Tennessee State Univ.

9. PAPER SESSION: SOCIAL/PERSONALITY 1

8:30 9:30 am Napoleon B3

Robert J. Hines, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, presiding

8:30

9.1 Close(r) Friends? Ostracism Reduces the Perceived Distance to Other People. Shane Pitts and Ashley Cook, Birmingham-Southern College

8:45

9.2 The Psychology of Online Anonymous Confession: The Post Secret Phenomenon. Richard Beck, Andrea Haugen, and Belinda Williams, Abilene Christian University

9:00

9.3 Sex Begets Violence: Mating Motives Cause Physical Aggression in Men. Sarah Ainsworth and Jon Maner, Florida State University

9:15

9.4 Predicting Well-Being from Buddhist Inspired Constructs: Linking, Mindfulness, and Self-Compassion. Thomas Harlow, Robert Arrowood, Kate Barford, Jennifer Grant, Cierra Ockstadt, and Brian Pope, Tusculum College

10. MINI-POSTER SESSION: Methodology and Statistics

8:30 9:20 am Napoleon A3

David Biek, Macon State College, presiding

1. Beyond Willingness to Volunteer: Sex Differences in Study Completion. Alice Carter, Mary Livingston, Louisiana Tech University; Julie Osland, Wheeling Jesuit University

2. The College Persistence Questionnaire Predicts Athlete Retention at Catawba College. Lyn Boulter, Catawba College; Hall Beck, Ashley Robinson, Sean Warren, Amanda Thompson, and Donald Sample, Appalachian State University

3. Intercorrelations of the FFMQ with African American College Students. Jessica Spofford, Robert Nevels, and Daniel Barnes, Jackson State University

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4. Detecting Random Responding in College Students' Self-Reported Data. Jon Mandracchia, University of Southern Mississippi

5. The Latent Structure of Self Esteem across Gender: A Taxometric Analysis. Tiffany Hopkins, Laci Zawilinski, Eileen Todd, Virgil Zeigler-Hill, and Bradley Green, University of Southern Mississippi

6. Qualitative Data Analysis using Cohen’s Multiple Kappa a Case of Multiple Categories and Raters. David Biek, Macon State College; Stephanie McClure, Georgia College & State University

11. PSI CHI CONVENTION ORIENTATION SESSION

9:00 11:00 am Napoleon Ballroom CD Corridor

Amy Austin, National Psi Chi Office, presiding

This orientation session is open to all

12. CE Workshop A

9:00 am12:00 noon Bayside A

Strategies for Improving Productivity with Underperforming Faculty Presented by R. Christopher Qualls, Ph.D. Emory & Henry University

3 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―A‖ on page 11 of this program

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13. CE Workshop B

9:00 am 12:00 noon 1:00 pm 4:00 pm Bayside B

Comprehensive Behavioral Interventions for Tics 6 hours Presented by Michael Himle, Ph.D. University of Utah

6 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―B‖ on page 12 of this program

14. CE Workshop C

9:00 am 12:00 noon Bayside C

The Coping Power Program for Childhood Aggression Presented by John E. Lochman, Ph.D., ABPP University of Alabama

3 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―C‖ on page 12 of this program

15. INVITED SPEAKER

9:00 9:50 am Napoleon B1,B2

Ludy T. Benjamin, Jr.,Texas A&M University

Steve Nida, The Citadel, presiding

This largely autobiographical odyssey of 40 years explores the nature of college teaching in the United States from a time when the job of college professor was consistently ranked as one of the most prestigious of occupations to the current increasingly negative views of academics as lazy, elitist, and overpaid. Public funding of higher education has declined consistently over the past several decades, and the public perception of the professoriate is perhaps at its lowest point. Is this the end of the golden age of higher education or can lost respect be reclaimed?

Participants, at the completion of this activity, will be able to:

1. Understand the concept of teaching style and the relationship of different styles to student

learning.

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2. Understand the reasons for the erosion of support for teaching in university environments

that continually increase research expectations for faculty.

3. Understand what university faculty can do to maintain appropriate commitments to teaching.

16. Interest Group:

9:30 10:20 am Napoleon A1

Students interested in the Association for Psychological Science Student Caucus. Margaret Hindman, Louisiana State University, presiding

17. PAPER SESSION: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONAL

10:00 10:50 Nottaway Room

Paula Sinisterra, University of Georgia, presiding

10:00

17.1 The Impact of Positive Deviants in Teacher Effectiveness Reform. Kristin Walker,

Memphis City Schools

10:15

17.2 ePortfolio format can enhance appeal of job applications. Sarah McCormick, Ben

Stephens, Kathleen McKissack, and Kierra Harvey, Clemson University

10:30

17.3 Negotiations: A Study into the Influence of the Interaction between Emotional

Intelligence and Epistemic Motivation on Negotiation Outcomes. Paula Sinisterra,

University of Georgia

18. PAPER SESSION: SEXUAL AGGRESSION, DISCRIMINATION,

AND MOOD MANAGEMENT

10:00 11:00 am Oak Alley

Thomas J. Lipscomb, The University of Southern Mississippi, presiding

** Denotes nominee for Outstanding Professional Paper Award

10:00

**18.1 How Peer Networks Influence Male Sexual Aggression. Kevin Swartout, Georgia State University

10:20

**18.2 Validation of the Coping with Discrimination Scale in Sexual Minorities. Susan Walch, Sakkaphat Ngamake, University of West Florida; Jirapattara Raveepatarakul, Chulalongkorn University

10:40

**18.3 The Effect of Music Versus Positive Reframing on Mood Management. Merry Sleigh and Jordan McElroy, Winthrop University

19. HISTORIAN’S LECTURE

10:00- 10:50 am Napoleon A2

The CEPO’s Founding, Current Status, and Future

Thursday February 16 th

James L. Pate, Georgia State University, presiding

20. POSTER SESSION: SEXUALITY, AGGRESSION

10:00 11:15 am Napoleon CD 123 Leonardo Bobadilla, Western Carolina University, presiding

Cluster I: Sexuality

1. Adults’ Perceptions of the Double Standard for Heterosexuals and Homosexuals. Daniel Selvey, and Merry Sleigh, Winthrop University

2. Effects of Magazine Advertisements Portraying Violence against Women. Kendal Binion, Taylor Bishop, and Catherine Hathcock, Wesleyan College

3. Communication through Love Languages and Male and Female’s Relationship

Satisfaction.

Jennifer Hughes and Elizabeth Brashier, Agnes Scott College

4. One Partner’s Love and the Other Partner’s Feelings about Their Relationships. Jennifer Hughes, Elizabeth Brashier, Claire Cusack, Rachel Cook, and Melissa Garwick, Agnes Scott College

5. Relations among College Students’ Hooking-up Behavior, Shame, and Guilt. Nichole Shelly, Tracy Griggs, and Merry Sleigh, Winthrop University

6. Campus Sexual Assault Awareness Programs: Decreasing Risk and Increasing Empathy. Elisabeth Beasley and Vanessa Edkins, Florida Institute of Technology

7. Perceived Effectiveness of the NC Sex Offender Registry.

D. Christina Foster,

Melisa Glatte, and Alvin Malesky, University of Western Carolina

8. Examining the 2D:4D Digit Ratio on Cognition and Behavior. Samantha Nash and Blaine Browne, Valdosta State University

9. He said, She said: Gender Differences in Communication While Sexting. Cecile Gadson and Tracy Griggs, Winthrop University

10. Perceived benefits of opposite-sex friendships among homosexuals and heterosexuals. Anna Hendon, Amanda Vincent, Kathryn Bruce, and Quentin Hartmann, Augusta State University

11. Body Image and its Correlation to Sexual Efficacy. Stephanie Barger, Maryville College

12. Receptivity to Casual Sexual Offers. Jacqueline Woerner, Amanda Atkins, and Todd Mcelroy, Appalachian State University

13. Perceptions of Characteristics of Individuals Following Different Sexual Behaviors. Annie Kochersberger, Catherine Toldeo, and Erin Myers, Western Carolina University

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14. Examining the Relation between Anxious and Depressive Symptoms and Sexual Promiscuity. Kaitlin Short, Brittany Kinman, and Kathryn Hahn, Millsaps College

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Examining Relationships: Communication and Satisfaction in Lesbian and Heterosexual Women. Elizabeth Brashier and Jennifer Hughes, Agnes Scott College

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Components of Love and Relationship Satisfaction: Lesbian and Heterosexual Women. Claire Cusack, Jennifer Hughes, and Rachel Cook, Agnes Scott College

 

Cluster II: Aggression

17.

The Effects of Anger Management on Children’s Social and Emotional Outcomes:

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Meta-Analysis. Ashley Candelaria and Alicia Fedewa, University of Kentucky

18.

Predicting Aggressive Driving. Elizabeth White, Augusta State University

19.

The Relationship among Testosterone, Serotonin, and Aggressive Behavior in Men. Anne McIntyre and Mitchell Berman, University of Southern Mississippi

20.

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Relationship between Intoxication and Physical Violence amongst African

American Women Attending a HBCU. Cynthia Jackson, Christopher Brooks, Martez Burks, and Sharda Mishra, Tennessee State University

21.

Childhood Exposure to Family Violence: Impact on Adult Intimate Partner Relationships and Well-being. Cynthia Jackson, Lisa Battle, Aisha Armstrong, and Sharda Mishra, Tennessee State University

22.

Validating the Social Perception of Rape Using Perceived Rape Situational Scale with a Sample of University Students. Cynthia Jackson, Joshua Rackley, LaToya Moppins, and Sharda Mishra ,Tennessee State University

23.

Understanding Cultural Differences on Perceptions of Child Abuse.

Cynthia

Jackson, Jillian Richardson, Dolf Johnson, and Sharda Mishra, Tennessee State

University

 

24.

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bi-directional study: Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence. Cynthia Jackson,

Ivorye Perry, Shayla Tumbling, and Sharda Mishra, Tennessee State University

25.

Religious Identification and Criminogenic Thinking: An Exploratory Analysis. Rose Gonzalez, David Gavel, Will Whited, and Jon Mandracchia, University of Southern Mississippi

26.

Women’s Patterns of Inter-Partner Violence and Gendered Attributes in Adolescence. Ezgi Toplu, and Jacquelyn White, University of North Carolina Greensboro

27.

An Examination of Sexual Assault & Drugging amongst Undergraduates. Janae Bonsu, Suzanne Swan, and Peter Warren, University of South Carolina

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28. Childhood Maltreatment, Loss of Control, and Female Dating Aggression. Laura Cook, Alireza Zibaie, and Jacquelyn White, University of North Carolina Greensboro

29. Gender Differences in Anger and Aggression: The Impact of Attributed Hostility. Steven Houston, Sophia Pena, Linda Lowman, and James Epps, University of South Florida Polytechnic

30. Psychopathy, Empathy and Eye Tracking of Sad, Threatening, and Pleasant Pictures Yan Fu and Leonardo Bobadilla, Western Carolina University

31. Sexual Aggression as a Latent Construct. Bradley Goodnight, Kevin Swartout, and Sarah Cook, Georgia State University

32. Validation of the Stalking Myth Survey, Revised. Amy Lyndon, East Carolina University; H. Colleen Sinclair, Mississippi State University; Steffany Martin, East Carolina University

21. INTERACTIVE POSTERS: THE CASE FORMULATION APPROACH

TO THERAPY: CLINICAL UTILITY AND NEW DIRECTION

(Posters plus facilitated discussion)

10:00 10:50am Napoleon A3

W. M. Nelson, III, Xavier University, presiding

21.1 Case Formulation: Its Clinical/Psychotherapeutic Utility in Working with Clients.

W. M. Nelson, III, Xavier University

21.2 Case Formulation: Toe Walking in the Case of a Child with Autism. Rachel R.

Doty, Xavier University

21.3 Case Formulation: Anger Management in the Case of a College-Aged Male. Bailey

C. Bryant, Xavier University

21.4 Case Formulation: Medication Adherence in the Case of a College-Aged Female.

Lauren A Cerk, Xavier University

21.5 Case Formulation: The Case of a 24-Year Old Female with Borderline

Characteristics. Jessica L. Chiu, Xavier University

21.6 Case Formulation: Enuresis in the Case of a 10-Year Old Female. Kelly M. Isaacs,

Xavier University

21.7 Case formulation: The Case of Parental Driving Phobia. Helmer Figueiredo, Xavier

University

22. PSI CHI GRADUATE SCHOOL TALK 1

10:00 - 10:50 am Napoleon B3

Thursday February 16 th

Preparing for Graduate School I: Preparation Strategies Maria J. LaVooy, Florida Institute of Technology, presiding

Presenters: Elizabeth Blikensderfer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Alvin Wang, University of Central Florida

23. INTEREST GROUP:

10:30 11:20 am Napoleon A1

Let’s Talk STAGES: Implementing a Curriculum-Based Theater Arts Program for At-Risk Youth

Judy Ho, Natalia Palacio, Elizabeth Cale, and Daniel Janulaitis, Pepperdine University, presiding

24. INTERACTIVE POSTER: SUICIDE AND SELF-INJURIOUS

BEHAVIORS

(Posters plus facilitated discussion)

11:00 11:50 am Napoleon A3

Jeffrey Klibert, Georgia Southern University, presiding

24.1 Using Personality to Predict Suicidality in Emerging Women and Men. Joseph

Todd and Jeffery Klibert, Georgia Southern University

24.2 Suicide Behaviors: Associations with Suicide and Dimensions of Impulsivity.

Angela Platt and Jeffery Klibert, Georgia Southern University

24.3 Dimensions of Perfectionism: Multivariate Associations with Gender and

Suicidality. Natalie Benton and Jeffery Klibert, Georgia Southern University

24.4 Experiences and Perceptions of Self-Injurious Behaviors for African American

College Students. Regina Kakhnovets, ShaNonte Davis, Elizabeth Proctor, Emily King, Lori

Novak, James Willis, and Emily Pyles, Austin Peay State University

25. SYMPOSIUM

11:00 12:20 pm

Oak Alley

CUPP (Council of Undergraduate Psychology Programs) Sharon Pearcey, Kennesaw State University, presiding

This symposium, sponsored by the Council of Undergraduate Psychology Programs, will address differing topics related to department-level issues and provide a forum for dialogue.

Topic 1: A presentation and discussion on the trend in psychology toward the BS degree. Prevalence of the BA and BS degrees in psychology in the Southeast will be examined along with curricular issues related to the topic.

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Presenter: Sabina Widner, Augusta State University

Topic 2: The design and implementation of completely online, undergraduate statistics courses present both unique challenges and opportunities for the designer and instructor. This presentation will offer concrete suggestions for best practice pedagogy. Presenter: Jerry Brenner, Fort Valley State University

Topic 3: This presentation examines different types of "Majoring/Careers in Psychology" courses that can meet diverse departmental goals. Emphasis is given to understanding the range of impacts these courses may have on students, faculty, and a department. Presenter: Daniel T. Rogers, Kennesaw State University

Topic 4: This presentation will discuss the developmental process and implementation of a posttest assessment used to measure learning outcomes for the Introductory/General Psychology course. Presenter: Gail S. Scott, Kennesaw State University

Topic 5: This presentation will discuss the challenges of implementing an undergraduate psychology program at a traditional polytechnic university. Presenter: J. La Juana Cochrane, Southern Polytechnic State University

Topic 6: In this presentation, participants will learn strategies for infusing undergraduate research into the curriculum in order to (a) increase the number of students engaging in research, (b) increase the quality of the undergraduate research experience, and (c) relieve some of the burdens and pressures on overworked faculty members. Presenter: Amy M. Buddie, Kennesaw State University

26. PANEL DISCUSSION

11:00 11:50 am Napoleon A2

Aging Strategies and The University of West Florida. Rodney Guttmann, Kim Bryan, Lisa VanWormer, and Steve Kass University of West Florida Center on Aging

27. PSI CHI GRADUATE SCHOOL TALK 2

11:00 - 11:50 Napoleon B3

Preparing for Graduate School II: The Application Process Maria J. Lavooy, Florida Technological Institute, presiding

Presenter: Elizabeth Blikensderfer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

28. PAPER SESSION: CLINICAL, COUNSELING, DIAGNOSIS AND

TREATMENT 1

11:00 11:50 am NOTTOWAY

Lyn Boulter, Catawba College, presiding

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11:00

28.1 The Interpersonal Theory of Suicide: An Empirical Test and Applications to

Inpatient Psychiatry. Phillip Smith, University of South Alabama; Kimberly Van Orden, and

Alisa O'Riley, University of Rochester Medical Center

11:15

28.2 Perfectionism: Relationships among Personal Standards, Evaluative Concerns

and Automatic Thoughts. Tessa Wimberley and Michael Stasio, University of Tampa

11:30

28.3 How are you interacting? Parental Views on Youth’s Social Skills Development.

Daniel Janulaitis, Elizabeth Cale, Natalia Palacio, and Judy Ho, Pepperdine University

29. POSTER SESSION: SOCIAL/PERSONALITY, EMOTIONS

11:30 -12:45 am Napoleon CD 123

Tim Hanchon, The Citadel, presiding

Cluster 1: Social/Personality

1. Examining Correlates of Cluster A Traits in an Inmate Sample. Danielle Vrbka and Jeffery Klibert, Georgia Southern University

2. Judgments of Children’s Transgressions as a Function of Ethnicity. Katherine Zink, Maura Pantone, Michelle Lyons, and Sheila Brownlow, Catawba College

3. Does Author Ethnicity Matter to the Evaluation of Blog Posts? David Bowling, Jennifer McDonnell, and Sheila Brownlow, Catawba College

4. Exposure to Negative Social Reactions Reduces Support for Rape Victims. Amy Brown, and Samantha Marks, University of Louisiana-Lafayette

5. Resilience as a Protective Factor in the Relation between Adolescent Narcissism and Aggression. Rebecca Kauten, and Christopher Barry, University of Southern Mississippi

6. The Efects of Cognitive Load and Complexity on Music Preference.

Chris

Buchholz, Juan Pena, Elizabeth Hord, Virginia Keith, Kiel VanNess, Michael Bankert, and Chava Urecki, Roanoke College

7. Sensation Seeking and Psychopathy in College Majors. Joshua Levos, Saint Leo University

8. Social Segregation between Athletes and Non-Athletes. Kimberly Sutterfield and Rachel Looney, Williams Baptist College

9. Examining Close-Mindedness and Uncertainty’s Effects on Likelihood to hire Ex- Convicts. Chava Urecki, Virginia Keith, Elizabeth Hord, Kiel VanNess, Juan Pena, Michael Bankert, and Chris Buchholz, Roanoke College

10. “And If You Got a Body like a Coke Bottle” Jade Kulick, Queens University of Charlotte

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11. Neuroticism Moderates the Relationship between Childhood Trauma and Self-

Aggressive Behavior. Southern Mississippi

Anne McIntyre, Eileen Todd, and Mitchell Berman, University of

12. Individual preferences for uncertainty: An ironically pleasurable stimulus. Michael Bankert, Kiel VanNess, Elizabeth Hord, Juan Pena, Virginia Keith, Chava Urecki, and Chris Buchholz, Roanoke College

13. Control in Relationships: A Cross-Cultural Study. Ivelina Naydenova, Gardner- Webb University

14. Social Networking Sites and the Impression of the Self. Hannah Doan, Meizi Li, and Janelle Campos, Wesleyan College

15. Personality and Mother’s Parenting Style Predict College Women’s Coping Strategies. Alysia Ritter, Murray State University; Charles Jenks, Idaho State University; Joel Royalty, Murray State University

16. Belief in Conspiracy Theories Are Related to Political Perspective, Not Personality. Richard Walker and Booker Wiggins, Winston-Salem State University

17. Perception of Financial Status Influences on Male Attractiveness. and Tiffanie Blackshire, Wesleyan College

Veronica Jones,

18. Who's More Perfect? A Comparison of Undergraduate and Graduate Students. Timothy Hanchon, The Citadel

19. Climate Change: Attitudes, Denial, Control, and Behavior. Paul Harris, Jenifer Collins, Kristina Howansky, and Melissa Scartozzi, Rollins College

20. Paranormal Beliefs of Latvian and American University Students. Arturs Utinans, Gunta Ancane, Riga Stradins University, Jerome Tobacyk, Mary Livingston, and Julia Tobacyk, Louisiana Tech University

21. Sensitivity to and Tolerance of Relationships Characterized by Outcome Dependence. Lara Ault, Rachel Connor, and David Cox, Saint Leo University

22. Predictors of Reality TV Viewing, Perceptions, and Reactions. Merry Sleigh and Darren Ritzer, Winthrop University

23. Predictive Factors of Relationship Self-Efficacy in Undergraduates. Mollimichelle Cabeldue and Stefanie Boswell, University of the Incarnate Word

24. Harassers for Hire: Dispositions to Harass May Affect Career Choice. Angie MacKewn, and Colin Key, University of Tennessee Martin

25. Academic Entitlement’s Relationships with Self-Esteem, Sex, Psychological Entitlement, and Self-Efficacy. Stefanie Boswell, Amber Griffith, and Mollimichelle Cabeldue, University of the Incarnate Word.

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26. Dark Side of Conflict: Relationship Conflict, Aggression, and Antisocial Tendencies. Amanda Townsend, Tammy Zacchilli, Kritti Batra, Kristine Bauknight, Krista Miles, Ashleigh Protus, and Kimberly Young, Saint Leo University

27. Attitudes toward Interracial Romantic Relationships. Breanna Ruark, and Cynthia Vance, Piedmont College

28. Outcome Dependence: Gender and Personality Differences in Experiences and Responses. Rachel Connor, Lara Ault, David Cox, and Ginger Harden, Saint Leo University

Cluster 2: Emotions

29. De-loathing the GRE: Music’s influence on mood and GRE performance. Kelsey Owen, Shannon Davis, and Leilani Goodmon, Florida Southern College

30. Detecting Subtle-microexpressions: Can we see them? Balbir Singh Khalsa, and Leah Zinner, Oglethorpe University

31. The Effect of Affect on Group Memory. Dominick Atkinson, Michael Leider, and John Bohannon, Butler University

32. Responsibility and Mood in Adolescents with Asthma. Kayla Nembhard, Krista Ford, Emma Macalister, and Michiko Clutter, University of South Florida

33. Examining the Disrupted Military Family: A Cross-Sectional Study of Psychological Symptom Patterns Associated with Active Duty Deployment. Catherine Daw, University of Central Florida

34. Splash of Flavor: Moral Judgment and Taste Perception. Megan Calabrese and Cedar Riener, Randolph-Macon College

35. The Effect of Color on Mood during Work Related Performances. Daniella Cash, Olivia Hendren, and Leilani Goodmon, Florida Southern College

30. PAPER SESSION: METHODOLOGY AND STATISTICS

12:00 12:50 am Napoleon A1

Ana Franco-Watkins, Auburn University, presiding

12:00

30.1 Procedures and Practices for Conducting Research on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk.

Adam Hicks, Christopher Holden and Trevor Dennie, Western Carolina University

12:20

30.2 A Look into the Future: Using Interactive Eye Tracking to Investigate Differences in

Delay Discounting. Roy Acuff, Ana Franco-Watkins, Auburn University; Joseph Johnson, Miami University

Thursday February 16 th

31. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING

12:00 noon to 2:00 pm Poydras

Debra Sue Pate, Jackson State University, presiding

32. PSI CHI CONVERSATION HOUR

12:00 12:50 PM Napoleon B3

Enhancing PSI CHI Chapter Leadership: Advisor and Officer Perspectives Maria LaVooy, Florida Institute of Technology, presiding

Discussants

Merry Sleigh, Winthrop University Erin Sim, Winthrop University Jordan McElroy, Winthrop University

33. INTERACTIVE POSTER SESSION: EATING DISORDERS AND

BODY IMAGE

(Posters plus facilitated discussion)

12:00 12:50 Napoleon A3

Cliff McKinney, Mississippi State University, presiding

33.1 Parenting, Parental and Media Influences, and Body Image. Emily McClelland,

Hillary Leibold, Shea Golding, and Cliff McKinney, Mississippi State University

33.2 Childhood Sexual Abuse and Disordered Eating: Caucasian and African-American

Women. Tara Milton, Rebecca Jones, Hamid Mirsalimi, and Tabitha Robin Casey, Argosy

University Atlanta

33.3 Effects of Parentification on Eating Disorder Symptoms in Graduate Students.

Tabitha Robin Casey, Rebecca Jones, Hamid Mirsalimi, and Tara Milton, Argosy University Atlanta

33.4 Body Mass Index in Youth with Major Depressive Disorder: Implications for

Outcome. Jessica King, Jeylan Buyukdura, Hayley Evans, Sarah Ezzell, Taryn Mayes, Betsy

Kennard, and Graham Emslie, UT Southwestern

33.5 The Role of Aesthetic or Performance-Based Media Images on Body Satisfaction

and Self-Esteem. Erika Bent, University of Central Florida

33.6 Father’s Roles in College Females’ Maladaptive Eating Behaviors.

Queens University of Charlotte

Alicia Foster,

Thursday February 16 th

34. CE Workshop D

1:00 4:00 pm Bayside C

Managing Diversity Management in Organizations Presented by Rosemary Hays-Thomas, Ph.D. University of West Florida

3 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―D‖ on page 13 of this program

35. CE WORKSHOP E

1:00 4:00 pm Bayside A Faculty Online Learning Communities: Faculty Academies Make the Difference Presented by Mary Lou Yeattes, Ed.D. Raymond Jones, Ed.D. Nichelle Middleton, MA The Citadel

3 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―E‖ on page 14 of this program

36. PSI CHI/SEPA INVITED ADDRESS:

1:00 1:50 pm Napoleon B1, B2

The Brain Basis to Crime: Ethical and Legal Implications.

Adrian Raine University of Pennsylvania

Maria Lavooy, presiding

37.

PANEL DISCUSSION

1:00 1:50 pm Napoleon A2

Why Color and Culture Cannot be Ignored: Translating Training into Competence. Sarah Davis, Nicole Rivera-Hudson, Sarah McMurtry, and Melanie Leuty University of Southern Mississippi

38.

PAPER SESSION: LEARNING AND COGNITION 1

Thursday February 16 th

1:00 1:50pm Oak Alley

Alen Hajnal, University of Southern Mississippi, presiding

1:00

38.1 Anxiety Affects the Fading Affect Bias in Autobiographical Memory. Richard

Walker and Booker Wiggins, Winston-Salem State University

1:15

38.2 Listening from a New Angle. Attila Farkas and Alen Hajnal, University of Southern

Mississippi

1:30

38.3 The Perception of Distance on a Geographic Slope. David Bunch and Alen Hajnal,

University of Southern Mississippi

39. POSTER SESSION: PSYCHOLOGICAL POTPOURRI

1:00 2:15 pm Napoleon CD 123

Yen M. To, University of Southern Mississippi, presiding

Cluster 1: Health

1. Coping, Medication Adherence, and Depression Symptoms among HIV+ Youth. Michelle Broth and Brittany Alexander, Georgia Gwinnett College

2. The Role of Actor-Observer Bias in Attribution for Obesity. Lauren Hock, Robin Kowalski, and Erin Hunter, Clemson University

3. Dietary Health and Decision Making. Carrie Cala, Zachary Popwell, Ana Franco- Watkins, and Jennifer Gillis, Auburn University

4. Worry Predicts Self-Efficacy, Acceptance and Pain Ratings to Visual Stimuli. David Stephenson, Erin Camp-Meeks, and Aurora Torres, University of Alabama, Huntsville

5. Longitudinal Analysis of AID Atlanta HIV/AIDS Educational Program Effectiveness. Christine Ziegler, Olivia Gupton, Carter Schock, Amber Fulmer, Kennesaw State University; Lacy Wilson, Aid Atlanta

6. Friendship Quality, Caregiver Depressive Symptoms, and Adolescent Asthma Morbidity. Megan Sutter, C. Alexandra Allen, Oana Loznianu, and Michiko Clutter, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg

7. Age and College Alcohol Use in Germany and the U.S. Diane Catanzaro, Kevin Miller, Christopher Newport University, Benjamin Talhi, and Otto Friedrich University of Bamberg

8. Mind over Matter? Examining Relationships between Self-discrepancies, Mindfulness, & Well-being. Brittany Coleman, Lindsey DeVries, and Emily Lykins, Eastern Kentucky University

Cluster 2: Industrial Organization

Thursday February 16 th

9. Dyadic Meta-Accuracy in Leader-Member Exchanges: Antecedents and Relational Outcomes. Jared Ledoux and Tracey Rizzuto, Louisiana State University

10. The Role of Personality Variables in Complex Problem Solving. Sarah Donovan, Dominik Güss, Samantha Winsky, and Smit Shah, University of North Florida

11. Five Factor Traits, Work Locus of Control, and GPA. Rami LeBlanc, University of Lafayette

12. Face-to-Face vs. Virtual Dyads: Teamwork in American and Asian Cultures. June Takeuchi, Steven Kass, and Sherry Schneider, University of West Florida.

Cluster 3: Cognitive Neuroscience

13. Mind Your Brain: College Students’ Knowledge of Neuroscience. Ruth Williams Morris, Southern University.

14. Sensation Seeking and Heart Rate Differences in Memory Performance. Jonathan Ritter and Adam Lawson, Eastern Kentucky University

15. Effects of Adolescent Fluoxetine Exposure on Female Rat Sexual Behavior. Rebecca Gregory and William Jenkins, Mercer University

16. Engagement in Group Decision Making: Consensus Rule versus Majority Rule. Meagan McKoy, Samantha Spitler, Kelsey Zuchegno, Alena Enslein, Stephen Hobbs, Robert Reeves, and Tadd Patton, Augusta State University; William Lawless, Paine College

17. The Effects of Capsaicin Consumption on Mood State. Ryan Bohnenkamp, and Sharon Pearcey, Kennesaw State University

18. The Co-Constitution of Mind and Culture in Children and Adults. Jordan Starck, Davidson College; Phia Salter, Texas A & M University; Kristi Multhaup, Davidson College; Kamaria Faison, Bennett College

19. Visual Evoked Potential: An Indirect Method of Observing Neurocognitive Systems. James Arruda, Mary Hennessey, Elise Lullo, Jameson Beach, and Jason Case, University of West Florida

Cluster 4: Professional Issues

20. Telehealth intervention modality preferences in rural patients. Lisa Watson- Johnson, Jacob Warren, K. Bryant Smalley, and Jeffery Klibert, Georgia Southern University

21. How People Perceive Profanity Users. Marie King and Leah Zinner, Oglethorpe University

Cluster 5: History of Psychology

Thursday February 16 th

22. From engram to ngram. Linda Weldon, CCBC Essex; Alva Hughes, Randolph- Macon College

23. An Historical Review of the Perception of Psychology from 1948-2010. Rachel Yosick, and Ronak Shariati, Georgia School of Professional Psychology

Cluster 6: Forensic

24. Defendant Decision-Making: Factors that Contribute to a Guilty Plea. Elisabeth Beasley, and Vanessa Edkins, Florida Institute of Technology

25. Parental Alliance and Child Behavior in Custody/Visitation Conflicts. W. Michael Nelson, Xavier University; Mary Markivich, US Army; Meredith Will, Seattle Pacific University

26. Examining how Criminal Associates Impact Criminogenic Thinking. Will Whited, Laura Underwood, and Jon Mandracchia, University of Southern Mississippi

27. Removal Trends for Offenders on the NC Sex Offender Registry. Jerica McIntyre, Grace Love, Alvin Malesky, Western Carolina University

28. Examining the Relationship between Violent Media, Aggression, and Criminogenic Thinking. Laura Underwood, and Jon Mandracchia, University of Southern Mississippi

29. Unintentional Tricks of the Pre-admonition Trade. Karen Ryndak, Shannon Davis, Danica Ivancevich, Caitlin Owen, and Deah Quinlivan. Florida Southern College

30. I Think I Can, I Think I Can: Pre-admonition Suggestion. Danica Ivancevich, Shannon Davis, Karen Ryndak, Caitlin Owen, and Deah Quinlivan, Florida Southern College

31. Deceptive Responding is related to Sensation Seeking Subtraits: Potential Impact on Polygraph Testing. Travis Wise, Suzanna Lagerros, Jonathan Ritter, and Adam Lawson, Eastern Kentucky University

32. Resistance of the Cross-race Effect to Navon Letter Training. Brooke Bennett- Day, Chapell Hailey, Shanice Dickerson, and Emily Epperson, Wesleyan College

40. MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS LECTURE

2:00 2:50 pm Napoleon B1,2

Struck By Living: From Depression to Hope. Julie Hersh University of Notre Dame

Christine Dacey, Xavier University presiding

Thursday February 16 th

41. SYMPOSIUM

2:00 2:50 pm Napoleon A2

Demystifying Research in Psychology Careers

When students think of careers in psychology, they often envision working as practitioners. However, clinical practice is just one career path for psychologists. The purpose of this symposium is to demystify the research process and help students better understand how

research is incorporated in various psychology career paths.

academic careers and highlight the benefits of these career paths. Additionally, the symposium

will provide suggestions for gaining experiences in these areas and information on research opportunities for students.

Students will learn more about

Cheryl B. Warner, Clemson University, Presiding

Panel Linda Jones, Belmont University Rihana S. Mason, Emmanuel College Cheryl B. Warner, Clemson University

42. PSI CHI: Audience Driven Session with the Central Office

2:00-2:50pm

Napoleon B3

Amie Austin and Michael Hall PSI CHI Central Officer, presiding

43. PAPER SESSION: LEARNING AND COGNITION 2

2:30 3:30 pm Oak Alley

Alen Hajnal, Univesity of Southern Mississippi, presiding

2:30

43.1 Multimodal coding and time pressure effects on retrieval accuracy. Andras

Csanadi, Alen Hajnal, David Bunch, and Attila Framkas, University of Southern Mississippi

2:45

43.2 Does Fluid Intelligence Predict Stabilization of Visual Working Memory

Representations? Lisa Blalock, University of West Florida

3:00

43.3 The Effects of Cognitive Disequilibrium on Student Question Generations.

Jeremiah Sullins, University of Mobile; Art Graesser, University of Memphis

44. CEPO MINORITY INTEREST GROUP

3:00 3:50 pm Napoleon A2

Cultural Competence Movement: Evolution or Revolution

Pamela Banks, Jackson State University

Participants:

Gabrielle Banks, University of Memphis

Thursday February 16 th

Ana Bruton, Jackson State University Rosemary Hadley, Jackson State University Pamela Banks, Jackson State University

Discussant:

Jennifer C. Friday, Georgia Gwinnett College

Thursday February 16 th

Thursday February 16 t h 45. SEPA PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS A Woman's Place: In Psychology? Debra Sue

45. SEPA PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

A Woman's Place: In Psychology? Debra Sue Pate Jackson State University

4:00 4:50 pm Napoleon B1, B2

James L. Pate Georgia State University, presiding

PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION RECCEPTION In honor of Debra Sue Pate Jackson State University

5:30 to 7:30 pm Waterbury Ballroom (2 nd floor) Reception is open to all convention attendees

Hors D’Oeuvres

(Cash Bar)

Sponsored by Georgia School of Professional Psychology

Join us on the balcony following the reception to watch the parade 8:00 10:00pm Hors D’ Oeuvres (Cash Bar)

Friday February 17 th

46. CEPO/PSI CHI POSTER SESSION II

8:00 to 9:50 am Napoleon CD/123

Rosemary Phelps, University of Georgia and Rihana S. Mason, Emmanuel College presiding

47. PAPER SESSION: CLINICAL, COUNSELING, DIAGNOSIS, AND

TREATMENT

8:30 9:30 am Oak Alley

J. Quentin Hartmann, Augusta State University, presiding

8:30

47.2 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Perceived Resilience Associated with Ongoing

Symptoms. Jessica Shenesey, Christina Wright, Rebecca LeCroix, and Jennifer

Langhinrichsen-Rohling, University of South Alabama

8:45

47.3 What Predicts Adolescents’ Ongoing Concerns about the Oil Spill? Jessica

Shenesey, Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, My Kim Nguyen, and Adrianne McCullars, University of South Alabama

9:00

47.4 Integrating Clinical & Counseling Psychology. James Stefurak, John Friend, and

Ashley Powell, University of South Alabama

9:15

47. 5. Influence of Parenting Styles and Maladaptive Cognitive Schemas on Anxiety. Kayla LeLeux-LaBarge and Margaret Cochran, Northwestern State University

48. CONVERSATION HOUR

8:30 9:20 am Napoleon B3

LGBTQ Mental Health Training: Improving Students’ Multicultural and Therapeutic Competencies. Daniela Dominguez and Ronald Holder, Our Lady of the Lake

49. PANEL DISCUSSION:

8:30 9:20 am Napoleon 1

PSI BETA BEST PRACTICES (Psi Beta is the National Honor Society for Community and Junior Colleges) Kathleen Hughes De Sousa, Pasco-Hernando Community College Vice-President of Southeastern Region of Psi Beta, presiding

Panelist:

Kathleen Hughes De Sousa Dawn Bloxsom

Friday February 17 th

Kathy Ramirez, Kacee Graulich Terry Fromknecht Pasco-Hernando Community College

50. CE WORK SHOP F

9:00 am 12:00 noon 1:00 4:00 pm Bayside B

Documenting LD/ADHD for Students in Higher Education Presented by Lori R. Muskat, PhD Georgia School of Professional Psychology, Argosy/Atlanta

6 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―F‖ on page 15 of this program

51. WORKSHOP G

9:00 am 12:00 noon Bayside A

Understanding PTSD: Etiology and Evidenced Based Treatment from the Biopsychosocial Perspective Melton Strozier, PhD, ABPP Mercer University School of Medicine

3 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―G‖ on page 16 of this program

52. WORKSHOP H

9:00 am 12:00 noon Bayside C

Microskills: I’m Hearing What You are Saying, but What are You Saying? Presented by Susan Thorson-Barnett, Joseph D. Biscoe, III and Laura Burns Northwestern State University of Louisiana

3 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―H‖ on page 16 of this program.

Friday February 17 th

53. CONVERSATION HOUR

9:00 9:50 am NAPOLEON A3

Throughout a Couple’s Life Span: The Challenge of Maintaining a Healthy Relationship. Jack Keller, University of West Florida Kimberly Convery, Rutgers School of Social Work Robert Rotunda, University of West Florida Kristy McRae, University of West Florida

54. INVITED SPEAKER

Rosecrans Invited Address II:

9:00 9:50 am Napoleon B1-B2

Working Memory Capacity as a State and Trait Variable Randall W. Engle Georgia Institute of Technology

Steve Nida, The Citadel, presiding

In the same way we think about anxiety as both a trait and state variable, we can think of working memory capacity as a trait and state variable. Differences, probably due to genetic and brain influences, limit WMC but other variables will lead to temporary reduction in capability for a huge variety of real-world cognitive tasks and is relevant to psychopathologies such as schizophrenia and daily problems such as sleep deprivation and fatigue.

Participants, at the completion of this activity, will be able to:

1. Describe two different complex working memory tasks.

2. Describe three real-world tasks predicted by measures of working memory capacity.

3. Discuss the relationship between working memory capacity and fluid intelligence.

4. List the brain mechanisms important to working memory capacity.

5. Discuss the possibility that fluid intelligence can be increased by training working memory.

55. Eminent Southeastern Psychologists

9:00 9:50 am Napoleon A2

Debra Sue Pate, Jackson State University, presiding

In this symposium, papers about three eminent southeastern psychologists will be presented.

9:00

55.1 Dorothy June Day: Charter Member.

Kaye Sly, Jackson State University

9:15

Friday February 17 th

55.2 Abram Gustavus Bayroff: Charter Member and Almost Founder. James L. Pate,

Georgia State University

9:30

55.3 Buford Jennette Johnson: An Update. Debra Sue Pate, Jackson State University

56. PAPER SESSION: ETHNICITY AND CROSS CULTURAL

9:00 10:15 am Nottoway

Elise Labbe’-Coldsmith, University of South Alabama, presiding

9:00

56.1 Cross-Cultural Differences in Selective Attention. Carol Yoder, Jessica Trevino,

Nupur Agrawal, Logan Walsh, and Aaron Gruber, Trinity University

9:15

56.2 Culture Affects Sunk Cost Choices. Carol Yoder, Meredith Murphy, Logan Walsh,

Nupur Agrawal, Hilary Moore, Annie Clarke, and Ruben Mancha, Trinity University

9:30

56.3 One-Side Bias: Balanced Arguments can be Preferred. Carol Yoder, Hilary Moore,

Meredith Murphy; Jessica Trevino, Nupur Agrawal, Aaron Gruber, and Demetra Keith, Trinity University

9:45

56.4 A Cross-Cultural Examination of Barriers to Seeking Mental Health Treatment.

Nyaka NiiLampti, Queens University of Charlotte

10:00

56.5 Health Behaviour Survey European-United States Comparisons. Meg Milligan, Troy

University; Hall Beck, Courtney Cornelius, Cecilee Stephens, Rhonda Morelock, and Elizabeth Burgoyn, Appalachian State University

57. CONVERSATION HOUR

9:30 10:20 am Napoleon B3

Creating a Supportive Academic Culture for Academic Women in the Sciences. Rosemary Hays-Thomas, Laura Koppes Bryan, Sherry Schneider, Susan Walch, and Pamela Vaughan, University of West Florida

58. PAPER SESSION: Social/Personality 4

10:00 10:50 am Napoleon A2

David McCord, Western Carolina University, presiding

10:00

58.1 Hair Color as a Determinant of Attractiveness: Testing Evolutionary Hypotheses.

Joseph Melnyk and David McCord, Western Carolina University

10:15

58.2 Predictors of Selective Termination. Cynthia Hall, West Virginia University Institute of

Technology

10:30

58.3 Personality and Depression: Does Religiosity or Spirituality Matter? David

Chavers, Elise Labbe, Melissa Womble, and Kelley Wilson, University of South Alabama

Friday February 17 th

59. Paper Session: Addiction and Aggression

10:00 11:00 am Oak Alley

Mary E. Utley, Drury University, presiding

10:00

59.1 Affective States and Traumatic Experience Predict Alcohol and Drug Use in

Juvenile Offenders. Marlinda Pruden, Rebecca Bodiford, James "Tres" Stefurak, and Lauren

Byrd, University of South Alabama

10:15

59.2 How Does Violence Matter? Videogame Violence Exposure and Problematic

Gaming. Nikki Yonts, Patrick Mulick, and Jennifer Daniels, Lyon College

10:30

59.3 An Evaluation of the Impact of the N.O.P.E. (Narcotics Overdose Prevention

Education) Presentations. Morgan Ingegno, Debra Ainbinder, Robert Riedel, Martha Cooper,

Shara Goudreau, and Darren Stern, Lynn University

10:45

59.4 Predictors of Immediate Versus Delayed Sexual Assault Disclosure. Ashlyn

Swartout, Georgia State University

60. HISTORY SESSION

10:00- 11:50 am Napoleon A3

History of Departments of Psychology in the Southeast James L. Pate, Georgia State University, Chair

60.1 An Updated History of The Department of Psychology at Jackson State University.

Jeffrey Cassisi, University of Central Florida

60.2 A History of the Department of Psychology at Millsap College. Ariel Lloyd, Brandon

P. Romano Psy.D. & Associates, A. Kurt Thaw, and Kaitlin Short, Millsap College

60.3 A History of the Department of Psychology at Northwestern State University. Terry

Isbell, Susan Barnett, and Maureen McHale, Northwestern State University

60.4 A History of the Department of Psychology at the University of South Alabama.

Larry C. Christensen and Charles H. Brown, University of South Alabama

61. CONVERSATION HOUR: ASSOCIATION OF HEADS OF

DEPARTMENTS OF PSYCHOLOGY

10:00 10:50 Napoleon A1

“So, You Think You Might Like to be a Department Chair?” Donna McCarty, Clayton State University presiding Chair-Elect AHDP

62. PAPER SESSION: GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS

Friday February 17 th

10:30 11:20 am Nottoway These three papers are the finalists for the graduate student research awards

Jennifer Hughes, Agnes Scott College, presiding

62.1 Consequences: Bullying Versus Ostracism in Middle School Students. James

Carpenter, Steve Nida, Conway Saylor, and Lloyd Taylor, The Citadel

62.2 Georgia State University (GSU) Diverse Faces Set of Facial Expressions. Sara

Schmidt, Jennifer Davis, and Erin Tone, Georgia State University

62.3 Parent versus Teacher Perceptions of Bullying: Where are the Differences?

Kristina Kenny, Conway Saylor, and Melissa-Miles Dunn, The Citadel

63. POSTER SESSION: LEARNING AND COGNITION 1

10:00 am to 11:15 am Napoleon CD 123

Sarah Robertson, College of Charleston, presiding

1. Cueing Survival. Nailah Horne and Deborah Eakin, Mississippi State University

2. Effects of Perceived Audience and Feedback on Self-Editing in Writing. Alyson Hignight, Kimberly Epting, Candice Bowers, Jennifer Cox, John Hollander, and Hayley D'Antuono, Elon University

3. Knowledge Updating under Retroactive Interference. Myra Reid, Marlena May, and Deborah Eakin, Mississippi State University

4. Response Interference and Activity-Based Anorexia in Rats. Edward Callen, and Nicole Streeb, University of South Carolina Aiken

5. Why Don’t Students Use Retrieval Practice and/or Repeated Study? Elaine Tan, Alexis Jones, Deborah Eakin, Mississippi State University

6. The Impact of Speed Reading on Inference Generation. Anil Sawh, Matthew Collins, and Steven Bell, Nova Southeastern University

7. Using Color to Test Boundary Extension as a Source Memory Error. Katherine Ness, Greta Munger, and Kristi Multhaup, Davidson College

8. Subsiding Terror: Flashbulb Memories of the Death of Osama Bin Laden. Jasmen Rice, Danielle Vaclavik, and John Bohannon, Butler University

9. Effects of Music Style and Office Noise on Cognition. Donald Hall, and Isaac Mailleue, Radford University

10. Confounds in Cue-Set-Size Effects on Metamemory and Memory: Cue Competitor Strength. Willie Brown and Deborah Eakin, Mississippi State University

Friday February 17 th

11. Effects of Meditation and Dispositional Mindfulness Acceptance on Cognitive Flexibility. Kelly Wilkerson, Stephan Desrochers, and Casey Geyer, Georgia Gwinnett College

12. How much do You Remember About Threats to Your Evolutionary Fitness? Sarah Pajkos and John Bohannon, Butler University

13. Like a Sore Thumb: Von Restorff Effects in Source Monitoring. Curtis Dobbs, Chad Blair, Hussein Tehaili, Samantha Hochstadt, Ece Kilic, Jonathan Schick, and Arlo Clark- Foos, University of Michigan Dearborn

14. Attention Restoration and Representational Momentum: Take the Scenic Route. Daniel Keller and Greta Munger, Davidson College

15. Mood Effects on Source Memory and Confidence for Conversations. Rodney Vogl Hailee Brown, Paige Campbell, and Ashley Scudder, Christian Brothers University

16. Gender Biases and Divided Attention in Source Monitoring. Chad Blair, Curtis Dobbs, Amal Algahmi, Hanadi Abdallah, Jenny Adkins, Nitya Sethuraman, and Arlo Clark-Foos, University of Michigan Dearborn

17. Individual Differences in Auditory Imagery. Michael Marcell, Meagan Orton, Christie Mallard, Megan Ryan, and Erin Stephenson, College of Charleston

18. Long-Term Memory for Lateral Orientation. Michael Marcell and Morgan Benz, College of Charleston

19. Item Associative Uniqueness and Rule Peroidicy in a Serial Pattern Learning Task. James Rowan, Megan Franken, Swechhya Shrestha, Sujala Maharjan, Aditi Dey, and Haley Ward, Wesleyan College

20. Tylenol Effects Memory during Social Rejection. Karina Hamamouche, Elizabeth Jennings and John Neil Bohannon, Butler University

21. The Effects of Affect on Multimedia Learning. Jeremiah Sullins, University of Mobile; Scotty Craig and Art Graesser, University of Memphis

22. Exploring the Effectiveness of a Novel Feedback System. Jeremiah Sullins, University of Mobile; Jamal Williams and Xiangen Hu, University of Memphis

23. Phenomenological Asymmetries of Past and Future Events. Paul Hill, Lisa Emery, and Rebecca Daniel, Appalachian State University

24. Do Self-explanation Training and Diagrams Enhance Reading Comprehension? Laura Pearson, Rachel Salda, Jarrod Moss, and Courtney Bell, Mississippi State University

25. The Effects of Real-time Feedback on Gas Mileage. Erica Hernandez and Marie DeVincenzo, Francis Marion University

Friday February 17 th

26. Cue Familiarity and Target Strength in FOK Accuracy. Lauren Jones, Shane Harrell, and Deborah Eakin, Mississippi State University

27. Picture this: Parameters in Evaluating Manipulated Landscapes. Sarah Hester, Patrick Smith, Leilani Goodmon, and Bruce Darby, Florida Southern College

28. Haven’t Got Room for the Pain: Working Memory Capacity can Influence the Perception of Pain. Page Sloan and Chad Schrock, Maryville College

29. Pucker up: Temperature and taste cues that influence gustatory conditioning. David Stoltzfus, Adrienne Kneebone, and Patrick Smith, Florida Southern College

30. Two Heads Are Better Than One? Does Collaborative Viewing Improve Prospective Person Memory for Missing Children? Vicki Gier, Mississippi State University; James Lampinen, University of Arkansas; Ted Guyse, Meagan Breaux, Chassidy Kelly, Leticia Seydel, and Hope Gilbert, Mississippi State University

31. Memory Errors between Sexes in Negative and Neutral Recognition Tasks. Jami Pittman, Megan Redhead, Leia Golden, Millsaps College; Jordan Gilmore, Rhodes College

32. Feedback and Self-regulated Learning during a Chinese Learning Task.

Sarah

Meacham, Jonathan Berry, Shamiria Lindsey, Tiffany Sledge, Emma Barr, Danielle Atkins, Joshua Cash, Bailey English, Barbara Wright, and Jodi Price, University of Alabama in Huntsville

33. The Effects of News Source on Believability and Recognition of Believable (Newspaper) and Unbelievable (Tabloid) Headlines. Morgan Epstein, Lauren Gooden, Lauren Shriver, Martin Bretzin, Nicholas Saffos, Christopher Boyer, and Jeffrey Gibbons, Christopher Newport University

34. Evidence for Face Prototypes with Hispanic Names. Lissa McManus, Millsaps College, Lauren Vucovich, University of California at Santa Barbara; Melissa Lea, Millsaps College

35. The Effect of Congruent and Incongruent Images on Believability and Recognition

of News Headlines. Martin Bretzin, Nicholas Saffos, and Jeffrey Gibbons, Christopher Newport University

64. INVITED SPEAKER

Siegel-Wallston Invited Address:

11:00-11:50

Napoleon B1 B2

Implicit Bias: New Forms of the American Dilemma and the New Science of Discrimination Anthony G. Greenwald University of Washington

Friday February 17 th

Steve Nida, The Citadel, presiding

Gunnar Myrdal (1944) described "The American Dilemma" as a conflict between Americans' egalitarian ideals and their acceptance of inferior treatment of Black Americans. Although overt race discrimination has greatly declined in America, recent research has revealed that various biases exist in "implicit" forms that operate outside of awareness. Many earnestly egalitarian Americans remain unaware that any dilemma still exists-the prejudicial horn of Myrdal's dilemma has retreated from awareness. Therefore it is not surprising that many assume America is "post-racial." Yet, implicit biases have been found based on ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, and age. In addition to describing the basic findings that underlie this new science of discrimination, this talk will demonstrate the Implicit Association Test (IAT). The IAT was originally developed to investigate implicit bias and is now also proving useful in interventions that engender awareness of the modern form of Myrdal's dilemma.

Participants, at the completion of this activity, will be able to:

1. Describe the theory underlying the IAT.

2. Explain how implicit bias differs from overt prejudice.

3. Describe the most important findings of research conducted using the IAT.

4. Present strategies that can disrupt ordinary processes by which implicit biases are

expressed as overt discrimination.

65. Open

66. SYMPOSIUM

11:00 11:50 am Oak Alley

Impact of Texting on Driving Behavior and Safety. Chair: Charles Talor, Valdosta State University, presiding

66.1 Driving while Talking and Texting. Charles Talor, Valdosta State University

66.2 Driving while Talking and Texting-Texting while Turning. Charles Talor and Jessica Tucker,

Valdosta State University

66.3 Driving while Talking and Texting-Opinions. Hillary Whitacre, Caitlin Bailey, Kaysie Purvis, and

Charles Talor, Valdosta State University

67. PANEL DISCUSSION

11:00 11:50 am Napoleon B3

Friday February 17 th

Considerations in Research Involving Human Participants in Multiple Settings. Mary Livingston, Alice Carter, Louisiana Tech University; Thomas Mitchell, University of Baltimore Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences; Jerome Tobacyk, Louisiana Tech University; and Angela Kennedy, Department of Health Information Management Louisiana Tech University

68. PANEL DISCUSSION:

How to Publish

11:00 am 11:50 am Napoleon A1

Sponsored by The American Psychological Association

Publishing in established scholarly journals provides important career development for professional, scientific, and academic psychologists. Experienced authors and editors sharing their knowledge of the ins and outs involved in becoming an established author can be invaluable.

Panelists:

Jackie White, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Laura Koppes Bryan, University of West Florida Annie Hill, American Psychological Association

69. POSTER SESSION: SOCIAL/PERSONALITY, EMOTION

11:30 12:45 am Napoleon CD 123 Todd McElroy, Appalachian State University, presiding

Cluster 1: Social/Personality

1. Is it Possible to be “Perfectly Beautiful”? The Aesthetics of Facial Attractiveness in the Real World. Bruce Darby, Florida Southern College

2. Openness as a Predictor of Working Memory Following Stress. Glenn Shean and Kristy Murnane, College of William & Mary

3. Two Faces of Adolescent Narcissism: A Preliminary Investigation. Valery Howard, Kristen Mechanic, Kheo Ly, and Christopher Barry, University of Southern Mississippi

4. Correlation Between Levels of Intelligence and Vegetarian Food Choice Motives. Ansley Corson, Tracy Ksiazak, and Richard Keen, Converse College

5. Sex Differences in Relationship Regret: Role of Perceived Mate Characteristics. Susan Coats, Southeastern Louisiana University; Jamie Harrington, Baylor University; Monica Beobeouf, and Hannah Locke, Southeastern Louisiana University

6. Exploring the Relationship between Gender, Narcissism and Competitiveness. Andrew Luchner, University of Central Florida, John Houston, and Alex Houston, Rollins College

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7. Personality and Interpersonal Characteristics on Social Media Use and GPA. Craig Rogers, Campbellsville University

8. Let me Sleep on it: The Influence of Time and Familiarity on Person Perception. Bethany Mims, Brandi Carden, Jessica Williams, Donna Lucky, and Clarissa Arms- Chavez, Auburn University Montgomery

9. The Effects of Time and Familiarity on Ethnic Typicality Ratings. Jessica Williams, Brandi Carden, Bethany Mims, Donna Lucky, and Clarissa Arms-Chavez, Auburn University Montgomery

10. Identifying Cognitive Correlates of Procrastinatory Behavior in Emerging Adults. Stephanie Chastang, and Jeffery Klibert, Georgia Southern University

11. Is Perceived Vulnerability to Disease Related to Pet Attachment and Attitudes Toward Animals? Colin Wiseman and Harold Herzog, Western Carolina University

12. Cyber Bullying Among College Students. Suzannah Isgett, Robin Kowalski, Micah Lattanner, Amber Schroeder, and William Senn, Clemson University

13. Effects of Lighthearted Use of Derogatory Terms on Impression Formation. Justin Sabree and Leah Zinner, Oglethorpe University

14. The Effect of Social Media, Similarity, and Proximity on Friendship Formation. Julio Cid Altamira, Saint Leo University

15. Effects of Perceived Economic Benefit on Cultural Inertia. John Tisdale, Jason Moody, Christina Forshay, and Clarissa Arms-Chavez, Auburn University Montgomery

16. Impact of Angry Obama Pictures on Implicit and Explicit Associations. Samantha Nicholson, Richard Keen, and John Theilmann, Converse College

17. Effect of Type A Personality on Self-reported Distracted Driving. Ayushi Amin, Sharon Welburn, Molly Cox, Crystal Franklin, Philip Fine, and Despina Stavrinos, University of Alabama at Birmingham

18. Disabilities and Friendships: Bridging the Gap. Jan Griffin, Stefanie Keen, Leigh Lehman, Katherine Howells and Sydney Brown, University of South Carolina Upstate

19. Predicting Shyness as a Function of the Internet. Jeannine Klein and N.C. Silver, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

20. Predicting Shyness as a Function of Body Investment. Jeannine Klein and N.C. Silver, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

21. Actions Speak Louder than Personality: A Facebook Analysis in Employment. Danica Ivancevich, Sofie Lundberg, Leilani Goodmon, and Patrick Smith, Florida Southern College

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22. Anxiety and Sensation Seeking In Scuba Divers. Donald Kendrick, Middle Tennessee State University

23. Development of a Public-domain Proxy Instrument for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Whittney Bridges and David McCord, Western Carolina University

24. The Worries Linger: Citizen’s Oil Spill Concerns 18 Months Post. Mark Williams, Candice Selwyn, My Kim Nguyen, and Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, University of South Alabama

25. Pro-social Behavior: Beauty is in the Eye of the Rejected. Daniella Cash, Olivia Hendren, and Leilani Goodmon, Florida Southern College

26. Raising and Maintaining Subjective Well-Being: Who Benefits and for How Long? Michael Sadler, Stetson University; Kathryn Ziegler-Grahm, St. Olaf College; Shannon Martin, Stetson University

27. That’s Just Gross: Cleanliness, Salience and Reactions to Humor. Annie Kochersberger, Western Carolina University

28. Desire to Have Children: Examination of Influential Factors. Amanda Dimasi, Jason Vice, and Cynthia Hal, West Virginia University Institute of Technology

29. A Psychosocial Intervention to Enhance Adolescent Community Investment and Empowerment. Deborah Byrd, Tres Stefurak,and Emily Jackson, University of South Alabama

30. Consenting to Unwanted Sex: Locus of Control and Attachment Style. Amy Buddie, Amber Fulmer, Brittany Sharp, and Erica Miciek, Kennesaw State University

Cluster 2: Emotions

31. Emotional Reactions of an Intercollegiate Athletic Team to a Near Fatal Bus Incident. Elizabeth Shoenfelt, Andrew Mienaltowski, David Normansell, Grant Mowrer, Devin Pauly, Caley Foster, and David Stephenson, Western Kentucky University

32. Anxiety Resulting from Differences in Real vs. Idealized Selves. Vitta Clawson and Merry Sleigh, Winthrop University

33. Depression and the Fading Affect Bias in Visually-Triggered Involuntary Memories. Rodney Vogl, Minna Zhao, Kara Jones, Hailee Brown, and Roma Rozanska, Christian Brothers University

34. Peer Rejection, Depression, and Fading Affect Bias in Involuntary Memories. Rodney Vogl, Minna Zhao, Kara Jones, Hailee Brown, and Roma Rozanska, Christian Brothers University

35. Peer Rejection, Depression, and Voluntary Recall of an Autobiographical Memory. Rodney Vogl, Dana O'Hoyt, Hailee Brown, Paige Campbell, and Ashley Scudder, Christian Brothers University

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36. Feeling Good and Creative: Positive Affect Enhances Interpersonal Problem

Solving.

Donna Nelson and Erin Sim, Winthrop University

37. Achievement Goals: What Undergraduate and Graduate Student Data Tell Us. Kristina Kenny and Timothy Hanchon, The Citadel

38. I Love that Song: Music Valence Influence on Mood. Shannon Davis, Karen Ryndak, and Leilani Goodmon, Florida Southern College

39. Sad To The Right and Happy To The Left?: A Test of Hemispheric Differences in Emotion. Jordan Bentz, Nathan Stroh, Kaylie Kittner, Marie Robert, and Todd McElroy, Appalachian State University

70. PAPER SESSION: AGEISM, FEMINISM AND WORK-FAMILY

CONFLICT, AND CHRISTIAN ABSOLOUTISM

11:30 12:30 Nottoway

Stefanie Boswell, University of Incarnate Word, presiding

11:30

70.1 Ageism: My Future Self May Not Like Me Either. Stefanie Boswell, University of the

Incarnate Word

11:45

70.2 Ageism’s Relationships with Anxiety, Knowledge, and Intergenerational Contact.

Stefanie Boswell, University of the Incarnate Word

12:00

70.3 The Career Mystique: How Feminism Shapes Anticipation of Work-Family Conflict.

James Gedra, Private Practice, Murray, Kentucky

12:15

70.4 Christian Absolutism: Validation of a New Scale. Rafaella Sale, Erin Dobbins, and

Courtney Rocheleau, Appalachian State University

71. CONVERSATION HOUR:

12:00 12:50 pm NAPOLEON B3

Differential Impact of Natural and Human Initiated Disasters: A Conversation. Samuel Mathews, Jenna Moore, and Marcia Holland, University of West Florida, presiding

72. INTEREST GROUP:

12:00 12:50 pm Napoleon A2

CAMPP Presents: Surviving in a CACREP World. Joan Duer, Council of Applied Masters Program in Psychology, presiding

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73. PAPER SESSION: EDUCATION 1

12:00 12:50 pm Oak Alley

R. Christopher Qualls, Emory & Henry College, presiding

12:00

73.1 NSF/REU Intern Eportfolio Maps Correlate with Program Learning Outcomes.

Julie Birckbichler, Ben Stephens, Taylor Bolt, Larae Brannon, Cynthia Marshall, Christine O'Hara, Alexa Rinz, and Ashley Rogers, Clemson University

12:15

73.2 Family Structure and Role Strain in Higher Education. Deborah Deckner-Davis and

Susan Copeland, Clayton State University

12:30

73.3 Competitive Employment Predictors for Blind or Visually Impaired Youth. J. Martin

Giesen and Brenda Cavenaugh, Mississippi State University

74. Luncheon for Past Presidents

12:00 pm to 2:00 Poydras Room

Patricia L. Donat, North Georgia College & State University, presiding

75. Panel Discussion

12:30 1:20 pm Napoleon A1

Thinking About Academic Administration? Advice from the Field. Alvin Wang, University of Central Florida; Tina Frederick-Recascino, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; Laura Koppes Bryan, University of West Florida

76. SEIOPA: INTEREST GROUP

12:30 - 1:50 pm Napoleon A3

Jennifer Hughes, Agnes Scott College, presiding

The Southeastern Industrial and Organizational Psychological Association (SEIOPA) is pleased to have five speakers as part of an Industrial-Organizational Psychology interest group. The speakers are industrial-organizational psychologists working in industry and academia in Louisiana.

Presenters:

Brett Richard, Performyx Christy Corey, University of New Orleans Charles Handler, Rocket-Hire Le Lai, Tulane University Courtland Chaney, Louisiana State University, retired

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77. PAPER SESSION: SOCIAL/PERSONALITY 2

1:00 1:50 pm Napoleon B3

Adam Hicks, Western Carolina University, presiding

1:00

77.1 Addressing the Utility of Personality in Differentiating between Anxiety and

Depression. Adam Hicks, Trevor Dennie, David McCord, and James Taurasi, Western Carolina University.

1:15

77.2 Personality Variance within Depression. Adam Hicks and David McCord, Western

Carolina University

1:30

77.3 Differences between the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 and the Five-Factor

Model: Gender Comparisons. Trevor Dennie and Adam Hicks, Western Carolina University

78. CE Workshop I

1:00 4:00 pm Bayside A

Ethical Practice for Child Clinical Psychologists Lloyd Adam ―Chip‖ Taylor, Ph.D. The Citadel

3 CE credits Please register and pay for this session at the SEPA Workshop Registration Desk before entering this workshop. See information under ―I‖ on page 17 of this program

79. Poster Session: Clinical

1:00 2:15 pm Napoleon CD 123

Jared W. Keeley, Mississippi State University, presiding

1. Internet Use and Relationship Satisfaction. Regina Kakhnovets, Austin Peay State University; Lacy Kantra, Auburn University at Montgomery

2. Clinician Case Conceptualizations of Comorbid Psychiatric Disorders. Ellen Hurdish, Chafen DeLao, Taylor English, Lindsey Roussin, Elyse Ballard, Linda Konde, and Jared Keeley, Mississippi State University

3. About Race: Risk and Protective Factors for African American Juvenile Offenders. Jasmin Jones, Erin Gallivan, and Georgia Calhoun, University of Georgia

4. Facilitators and Barriers to Help-Seeking for Social Anxiety Disorder.

Keith

Wilson, Hyland Smith, Brooke DiBello, Ronan Bernas, and Jisun Park, Eastern Illinois

University

5. The Relationship among Parenting, Depression, and Disruptive Behavior. Laura Haines, Melanie Morse, Claire Kirk, Chafen DeLao, and Cliff McKinney, Mississippi State University

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6. Daily Stress and Anxiety: Examining Intolerance of Uncertainty’s Moderating Effect. Kathryn Jeter and Kim Zlomke, University of South Alabama

7. Age of Onset of Childhood Physical Abuse: Implications for Adult Anger/Aggression. Stephanie Carter, Niki Crabtree, and James Epps, University of South Florida Polytechnic

8. Social Anxiety and Social Reticence: A Comparison between Previously Homeschooled and Traditionally Educated College Freshmen. Scott White, Andrew Gipson, Jessica Polson, Frances Howard-Ratcliffe, and Rachel Henderson, Belhaven University

9. Defenses in Emerging Adults: Associations with Gender and Individuation Processes. Erin Lawson and Jeffery Klibert, Georgia Southern University

10. Relationships among Child Abuse Experiences, Social Support, and Later Functioning. Amanda Lowell, Amanda Havill Adgate, and Kimberly Renk, University of Central Florida

11. Young Children's Emotion Regulation and Recall of Mother's Emotions. Meghan Donohue and Erin Tully, Georgia State University

12. Coping, Stress, Support, and Life Satisfaction in Socially Anxious Students. Stephanie Pantschyschak, Jessica Kelliher, and Kia Asberg, Western Carolina University

13. Associations between Father-Child Relationship Quality and Childhood Disruptive Behavior. Marie Saxon, Appalachian State University

14. Factors Contributing to Mental Illness Stigma. Brett Beck and Anastasiya Cherkunova, Bloomsburg University

15. Clinician Symptom Descriptions of Comorbid Psychiatric Diagnoses. Hannah Morton, Nikki Harshbarger, Katy Buchanan, Olivia Ivy, Destiny Peterson, and Jared Keeley, Mississippi State University

16. Non-Accidental Head Injuries: Risk Factors and Prevention. Lindsay Cummings and Lori Muskat, Georgia School of Professional Psychology

17. Psychosocial Correlates of Depression and Anxiety and How Measurement Matters. Jeffrey Leitzel, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

18. Parenting and Psychopathology in Late Adolescents: Importance of Childhood Playtime. Leah Power, Claire Kirk, Hannah Morton, and Cliff McKinney, Mississippi State University

19. Physiological Reactivity During Autobiographical Narratives: The Role of Anxiety and Depression Symptoms. Sarah Robertson, Kathryn Connelly, and Ann Galizio, College of Charleston

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20. Relationship Quality, Depression, and Anxiety in New Parents. Richa Aggarwal, Julie Waples, Sharnail Bazemore, and James Paulson, Drexel University

21. Disclosure, Social Support, and GLBT Life Satisfaction. Samantha McLane Lyons, Christine Thomas, Torin Howland, Marissa Mestre, Jennifer Ross, Jamie Turner, and Susan Walch, University of West Florida

22. Evaluating Marital Conflict as a Mediator of Maternal Depression and Child Externalizing Behavior. Kristen Tyson, Sara Jordan, and Amanda Stary, University of Southern Mississippi

23. Inconsistent Discipline as a Mediator of Destructive Marital Conflict and Children’s Externalizing Behavior. Amanda Stary, Kristen Tyson, and Sara Jordan, University of Southern Mississippi

24. Perceived Parenting, Psychopathology, and Environment: What Influences Projected Parenting? Ashley Norwood-Strickland, Justine Connolly, Jessie Billups, and Cliff McKinney, Mississippi State University

25. Child-Directed Interaction Training for Children with ASDs: Parental Stress Predictors. Olivia Soutullo, Nicole Ginn, Leah Clionsky, University of Florida; Christina Warner-Metzger, University of Tennessee Health Science Center; John Paul Abner, Milligan College; Sheila Eyberg, University of Florida

26. Parental Depression and Punitive Parenting in Predicting Preschool Externalizing Behavior. Kristy DiSabatino, University of Southern Mississippi; Ferne Pinard, Children's Hospital Boston; Tammy Barry, University of Southern Mississippi

27. Examining Externalizing Behavior Problems in Children Following an Expected or Unexpected Death. Kylie Barefoot, Jacob Warren, and K. Bryant Smalley, Georgia Southern University; Irene McClatchey, Kennesaw State University

28. The Effects of Peer Characteristics on Perception of Behavior Stability. Brea-Anne Lauer, Rachel White, and Kimberly Renk, University of Central Florida

29. An Investigation of Predictors of Relationship Satisfaction among Pregnant Teens. Candice Selwyn, Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, Adrianne McCullars, and Tiffany Misra, University of South Alabama

30. Psychosocial Risk and Stress in Families of Children with Autism. LaToya Patterson, Natalie Cook, and Kim Zlomke, University of South Alabama

31. Broad Autism Phenotype and Negative Mood: The Role of Parenting. Sarah Bauman, Lisa Turner, and Kim Zlomke, University of South Alabama

32. The Effect of a Career Course on Goal Instability. Michael Campbell and Lauren Osbourne, University of Southern Mississippi

33. The Role of Worry in the Relationship of Mood and Sleep Quality in Adolescents. Jillian Murphy, Caitlin Bach, Leah Twitty, and Kim Zlomke, University of South Alabama

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34. Childhood Trauma and its Relationship to Recovery from Substance Abuse. Karen Gordon, Southern Adventist University

35. A Test of Acquired Capability for Suicide in Male Prisoners. Caitlin Wolford, Dustin Lamport, University of South Alabama; Jon Mandracchia, University of Southern Mississippi; Phillip Smith, University of South Alabama

36. Humor Styles and Life-style Defense Mechanisms on Psychological Well-being. Brandon LaBarge and Susan Thorson-Barnett, Northwestern State University

80. PAPER SESSION: FORENSIC AND