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2016 SWPA Program with Ads

2016 SWPA Program with Ads

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SWPA OFFICERS 2015-2016

ELECTED PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

PRESIDENT PAST-PRESIDENT PRESIDENT-ELECT
Christian L. Hart, Ph.D. Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke, Kelly Henry, Ph.D.
Texas Woman’s University Ph.D.
[email protected] Fort Hays State University Missouri Western State University
[email protected]
[email protected]

ELECTED STATE AND STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES

ARKANSAS NEW MEXICO AT-LARGE
Darshon Anderson, Ph.D. Po Sen Chu, Ph.D. Michael Meyers, Ph.D.
University of Central Arkansas Western New Mexico University Idaho State University
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

KANSAS OKLAHOMA AT-LARGE
Cindy Turk, Ph.D. Sharon Roberts, Ph.D. Donald Lucas, Ph.D.
Washburn University Northeastern State University Northwest Vista College
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

LOUISIANA TENNESSEE GRADUATE STUDENT
Kilian Garvey, Ph.D. Martha Zlokovich, Ph.D. Michael Aguilar-Moreno
Executive Director of Psi Chi
University of Louisiana at Monroe Stephen F. Austin State University

[email protected]

MISSOURI TEXAS UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
Christine Ziemer, Ph.D. Thomas Faulkenberry, Ph.D. Kelli Wierzbicki
Tarleton State University University of Central Arkansas
Missouri Western State University [email protected] [email protected]

[email protected]

APPOINTED NON-VOTING POSITIONS

SECRETARY MEMBERSHIP REGISTRAR NEWSLETTER COORDINATOR
Adena Young-Jones, Ph.D. Amy Dicke-Bohmann, Ph.D.
Missouri State University Drew Curtis, Ph.D.
[email protected] Texas A&M University – San Antonio Angelo State University
TREASURER [email protected]
Arn Froese, Ph.D. [email protected]
Sterling College PROGRAM CHAIR
[email protected] CONVENTION MANAGER W. Trey Hill, Ph.D.
Lorraine Grogan Fort Hays State University
Conference Direct [email protected]

[email protected] ELECTIONS COMMISSIONER
Charlie Burdsal, Ph.D.
Wichita State University
[email protected]

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PAST PRESIDENTS

of the

SOUTHWESTERN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

Year President Year President
1954 Gardner Murphy, Ph.D. 1986 Warren H. Jones, Ph.D.
1956 Aaron Q. Sartain, Ph.D. 1987 Janet R. Matthews, Ph.D.
1957 Gordon V. Anderson, Ph.D. 1988 Stephen F. Davis, Ph.D.
1958 Robert R. Blake, Ph.D. 1989 Clyde Hendrick, Ph.D.
1959 Wayne, H. Holtzman, Ph.D. 1990 Francis T. Durso, Ph.D.
1960 Ruth M. Hubbard, Ph.D. 1991 Randolph A. Smith, Ph.D.
1961 Fillmore Sanford, Ph.D. 1992 Robert L. Montgomery, Ph.D.
1962 John P. Anderson, Ph.D. 1993 Gordon K. Hodge, Ph.D.
1963 Saul B. Sells, Ph.D. 1994 Dennis C. Cogan, Ph.D.
1964 Irwin A. Berg, Ph.D. 1995 Michael R. Best, Ph.D.
1965 Ira Iscoe, Ph.D. 1996 Roger E. Kirk, Ph.D.
1966 Benjamin Fruchter, Ph.D. 1997 Robert T. Hogan, Ph.D.
1967 Malcolm D. Arnoult, Ph.D. 1998 Vicki Green, Ph.D.
1968 Jackson B. Reid, Ph.D. 1999 Jesse E. Purdy, Ph.D.
1969 Daniel E. Sheer, Ph.D. 2000 Theresa A. Wozencraft, Ph.D.
1970 Oscar A. Parsons, Ph.D. 2001 Randall Wight, Ph.D.
1971 Janet T. Spence, Ph.D. 2002 John M. Davis, Ph.D.
1972 James Leslie McCary, Ph.D. 2003 Mary Brazier, Ph.D.
1973 Frank A. Logan, Ph.D. 2004 Kenneth M. Weaver, Ph.D.
1974 Vladimir Pishkin, Ph.D. 2005 Edward P. Kardas, Ph.D.
1975 Logan Wright, Ph.D. 2006 Paul R. Nail, Ph.D.
1976 Harry J. Parker, Ph.D. 2007 Charles A. Burdsal, Ph.D.
1977 C. Eugene Walker, Ph.D. 2008 Linda S. Hynan, Ph.D.
1978 Henry C. Ellis, Ph.D. 2009 Lauren Scharff, Ph.D.
1979 Alvin G. Burstein, Ph.D. 2010 Scott A. Bailey, Ph.D.
1980 H. Wayne Ludvigson, Ph.D. 2011 Arnold D. Froese, Ph.D.
1981 June Gallessich, Ph.D. 2012 Shelia M. Kennison, Ph.D.
1982 Roger L. Mellgren, Ph.D. 2013 Tracy B. Henley, Ph.D.
1983 Toni Falbo, Ph.D. 2014 Aneeq Ahmad, Ph.D.
1984 Larry Christenson, Ph.D. 2015 Jennifer Bonds-Raacke, Ph.D.
1985 Douglas P. Ferraro, Ph.D. 2016 Christian Hart, Ph.D.

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Greetings! Welcome to the 62nd annual convention for the Southwestern Psychological
Association in Dallas, TX. The theme of the convention is Evolutionary Psychology: The
Adapted Mind. A slate of distinguished invited speakers will share their illuminating work on
the evolved features of human nature and culture. The speakers are Dr. David Buss (editor
of The Handbook and Evolutionary Psychology and author of the Evolution of Desire), Dr.
Martie Haselton of UCLA (an expert on evolved mechanisms in human intimate
relationships and sexuality), Dr. Daniel Fessler (Director of the UCLA Center for Behavior,
Evolution, & Culture), Robert Dr. Kurzban (coauthor of The Hidden Agenda of the Political
Mind, and author of Why Everyone (Else) Is a Hypocrite: Evolution and the Modular Mind),
and Dr. Hector Garcia (author of Alpha God: The Psychology of Religious Violence and
Oppression).
Our affiliate organizations also have some outstanding guest speakers, including Dr.
Mauricio Papini of Texas Christian University (SCBNA), Dr. Ann Sloan Devlin of Connecticut
College (Psi Chi), Dr. Brian Collisson of Marian University (SWToP), and Dr. Jeffrey Spies
of the Center for Open Science (SAMR). All attendees are welcome to attend SWPA and
affiliate organizations programming during the convention.
In addition to the great programming offered at the convention, we hope you have time to
enjoy the SWPA social on Friday evening. Finally, we hope you have a terrific time
exploring Dallas. Dallas has several world class museums, great entertainment,
innumerable restaurants, bountiful nightlife opportunities, plenty of shopping, and plenty
more waiting to be discovered.
Welcome to the convention!
Dr. Christian Hart
Texas Woman’s University

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2016 PROGRAM REVIEWERS

Thanks to our members who served as reviewers!

Amy Dicke-Bohmann Gregory Drury Michael Vandehey
Amy Madewell Ian MacFarlane Natalie Ceballos
Angela Sikorski J. Adam Randell Nathan Sparkman
April Phillips Jamie Borchardt Pedro Chavez
Benjamin Clark Jamie Hughes Rachel Walker
Bill Lammers Jared Edwards Rebecca McHugh
Burton Ashworth Jay Brown Russell Frohardt
Catherine Perz Jeanne Burdsal Ryan McGill
Charles Clark Jeff Harris Sangeeta Singg
Charles Pickens Jeffrey Gagne Sarah Savoy
Christine Ziemer Jennifer Bonds-Raacke Shannon Scott
Chrystyna Kouros Jennifer Clement Sharon Eaves
Crystal D. Oberle Jennifer Willbanks Shaun Calix
Curt Carlson Jennifer Zwahr-Castro Shirley Ogletree
Cynthia Spering John Davis Stefanie Boswell
Dana Leighton Johnny Kirk Steve DePaola
David Carlston Jonali Baruah Steve Seidel
David Goomas Karen Prager Thomas Faulkenberry
David McAnulty Katherine Wickes Timothy Daugherty
David Osburn Ken Sobel Tracy Henley
David Ward Kevin Woller Trelitha Bryant
Deborah Wilson Kyle Conlon Trina Geye
Don Lucas Laura Hennefield Victoria Mosack
Donald Daughtry Linda Hynan Wayne Mitchell
Drew Curtis Lisa Lockhart Wayne Wilkinson
Edward Asbury Lisa Rosen William Kelly
Edythe Kirk Lorelei Rowe Yi Shao
Elaine Dispo Marcel Kerr
Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia Marilyn Pugh
Elizabeth Aronson Marion Blake
Erin Bowen Martha Rinker
Erin Buchanan Matthew Hand
Grant Benham Melissa Hawthorne

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF FINANCIAL
SUPPORT TO

the

Southwestern Psychological Association

SWPA-Southwestern Psychological Association gratefully acknowledges financial support
provided since the last program acknowledgement. The organization received support for its
Annual Fund and for the Forensic Psychology Endowed Fund.

Annual Fund Donors
 Stephanie Boswell
 Morgan Kelly
 Jessica Mayberry
 Marilyn Pugh
 Oscar Romo
 Nathan Sparkman
 David Thomas
 Jennifer Warmann
 Haleigh Winfrey

Forensic Psychology Endowed Fund Donors
 Lawrence Dilks
 Aaron Garcia

TherapyNotes
SWPA program advertiser, provided significant funding for our social hour.

University of Texas, Arlington
UTA helped sponsor our convention.

The American Psychological Association
APA provided grants through the Science Directorate to support science outreach
programming and through the Education Directorate to support psychology education.

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2016 SWPA CONVENTION
EXHIBITORS

 American Psychological Association Bookstore
 Stephen F. Austin State University
 Southern Methodist University, M.S. Counseling

Psychology Program
 Texas A&M University – Commerce
 Library of Social Science
 Arizona School of Professional Psychology
 Angelo State University
 Paragon Billing
 Texas Woman’s University
 Aliant International University, San Diego Campus
 Psi Chi
 Texas A&M University – Texarkana
 Palo Alto University
 U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps

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AUDIO-VISUAL POLICY

SWPA will provide a projector, screen, and electrical cart for all of the
meeting rooms where sessions are scheduled to take place. The
security and storage of any non-provided equipment brought to the
meeting site is the sole responsibility of the individual bringing the
equipment to the meeting. SWPA is not responsible for the security and
storage of equipment brought to the meeting site by private
arrangement.

CONTINUING EDUCATION
PROGRAM

SWPA will be unable to offer CE sessions at the 2016 convention.

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Omni Dallas Facilities

LEVEL TWO

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Omni Dallas Facilities

LEVEL THREE

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CONVENTION REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION TIMES
Convention registration will be available in the Trinity Ballroom Prefunction during the
following times:
THURSDAY, APRIL 7……….5:15 P.M. TO 9:00 P.M.
FRIDAY, APRIL 8……………7:00 A.M. TO 6:30 P.M.
SATURDAY, APRIL 9……….7:00 A.M. TO 6:30 P.M.
SUNDAY, APRIL 10…………7:30 A.M. TO 12:00 P.M.

ON-SITE REGISTRATION COSTS
Convention registration is open to anyone who has paid the appropriate registration fees.
Below are the associated fees and registration options.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBER……………………………………...$55
STUDENT MEMBER……………………………………………...$55
NON-MEMBER (SINGLE-DAY)……………………….…………$85
NON-MEMBER (FULL CONFERENCE)………………………$125

FAMILY MEMBERS OF PRESENTERS
Family members of presenters will need to check in at the Registration Desk prior to
attending any sessions. Family members can receive a free single-session pass but first
they must check with the Registration Desk in order to receive an appropriate pass to wear.
If family members wish to attend more than one session of the conference they will need to
purchase the single-day or full conference passes listed above.

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2016 SWPA INVITED SPEAKERS

Dr. Martie Haselton
UCLA

Changes in human social behavior across the
ovulatory cycle: Controversies and emerging
resolutions

Trinity 1-3, Friday, 9:00 AM – 10:AM

A veritable explosion of recent work has tested the idea that there
are changes across the ovulatory cycle in women’s desires and
men’s responses to women. However, these findings remain
controversial, with commentators questioning whether effects are
merely false positives. This talk presents meta-analyses and “p-
curves” that support the robustness of effects in this literature. I
discuss the mysteries that remain.

SAUL SELLS LECTURER
Dr. Robert Kurzban
University of Pennsylvania

Self-control and the sense of effort

Trinity 1-3, Friday, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

A prominent model of “self -control,” based on the idea that exercising
self-control relies on a resource that gets depleted with use, has spawned
a tributary literature that identifies glucose as the willpower-sustaining
resource. In this talk I present a meta-analysis of the effect of blood
glucose on four dependent measures surrounding decision making. The
results of the analysis suggest that blood glucose does not function as a
brain fuel, but rather as a motivator, influencing how decision makers
allocate their resources and attention. Resource models of self-control, I
suggest, should be abandoned in favor of computational accounts.

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2016 SWPA INVITED SPEAKERS

Dr. Daniel Fessler
UCLA

Looming large: Cognitive representations of
relative formidability and social status

Trinity 1-3, Saturday, 9:00 AM – 10:AM

This talk will summarize research examining how a "mind's-eye" image of the physical proportions of a
potential antagonist is used to represent both relative formidability and social status, where formidability
decomposes into three key facets of threat assessment, namely relative fighting capacity, likelihood of
attack, and assets at risk, and status can derive from prestige as well as dominance. This provides tools for
examining manifold aspects of human psychology, from risk-taking to racial prejudice to synchronous
movement.

FORENSICS PSYCHOLOGY
LECTURER
Dr. David Buss
University of Texas

The evolution of sexual morality.

Trinity 1-3, Saturday, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Standards of morality are fundamental features of human psychology. They guide people’s behavior, the
accolades and punishments they impose on others, and the criteria by which reputations rise or fall. No
domain of human conduct is more heavily moralized than sexuality. Moralized sexual conduct includes
monogamy-polygamy, incest, age of appropriate sexual debut, fidelity-infidelity, mate poaching, sexual
exploitation, prostitution, same-sex sexual conduct, and various forms of sexual treachery. Astonishingly,
theories of morality have almost entirely neglected sexual conduct. We present an evolutionary framework
that articulates 10 classes of adaptations required to understand different facets of sexual morality. This
framework explains sexual double standards, perspectival shifts in sexual morality, and the ubiquity of
moral hypocrisy. Discussion focuses expanding psychology to more fully encompass the moral domain, of
which sexual morality is central and an evolutionary perspective indispensable.

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2016 SWPA INVITED SPEAKERS

Dr. Hector Garcia
University of Texas Health
Science Center – San Antonio

Unmasking the Alpha God.

Trinity 1-3, Sunday, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Depictions of the male Abrahamic god (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) mirror the relationships primates
have had with dominant males across our evolutionary history. Through psychological adaptations
designed to navigate those relationships, humans have projected the rules of the primate social hierarchy
onto religion, particularly rules relating to appeasement and mating behaviors. In turn religions facilitate
submission and sexual control by speaking directly to our evolved psychology. Accordingly, appeasement
displays to God are virtually indistinguishable from those made to powerful male primates. Similarly, mate-
guarding, cloistering, and punishing female “infidelity” are reproductive strategies utilized by males of many
primate species. These strategies are reiterated in scripture, with male gods demanding sexual control of
females, and generally spending a great deal of energy policing the sex lives of their subordinates. Under
the purported auspices of dominant male gods, powerful men have perpetrated violence and oppression to
secure their own evolutionary rewards. These patterns underlie contemporary religious violence, and
highlight the essential role that evolutionary science can play in building more rational, egalitarian, and
peaceable societies.

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2016 AFFILIATE ORGANIZATION

INVITED SPEAKERS

SWToP INVITED SPEAKER
Dr. Brian Collisson
Marian University, Indianapolis

The evolution of teaching of psychology.

Trinity 1-3, Friday, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

The teaching of psychology evolves. Indeed, within the flagship journal Teaching of Psychology (ToP), the
content of teaching research has changed over time to address threats against psychological science,
unethical behavior, and unengaged students. In this talk, I review past threats to the teaching of psychology
and introduce current threats, such as failed replications, student-as-consumer mindsets, and massive
online open classes. I conclude by discussing how the teaching of psychology can adapt to current threats
and not just survive, but thrive.

SAMR INVITED SPEAKER
Dr. Jeff Spies
Center for Open Science

Improving reproducibility and research
efficiency via openness.

Trinity 1-3, Friday, 2:15 PM –3:15 PM

The currency of academic science is the publication. Of the many decisions to be made while designing
studies, analyzing data, and choosing what to report, I am incentivized to make decisions that produce
results that increase the likelihood of getting published (e.g., novel, positive, clean). The problem with this is
not necessarily my bias—that is difficult for me to avoid. The problem is that I am being rewarded for
results, and results cannot be evaluated on their own. Results are contingent upon the underlying methods
by which they were obtained. Methods, however, can be evaluated on their own. Beautiful methods that fail
to produce beautiful results are still beautiful methods. If I am open about my methods, then you have the
context to fully evaluate my results or, ideally, judge and reward my work by something other than results.
In this talk, I will review the challenges for reproducibility and discuss the role of tools, methods, and
workflow in incentivizing openness to improve reproducibility and research efficiency.

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PSI CHI INVITED SPEAKER
Dr. Ann Sloan Devlin
Connecticut College

Facades, floor plans, and furnishings:
Evidence-based design and health outcomes.

Trinity 1-3, Saturday, 10:15 AM –11:15 AM

Evidence-based design helps practitioners base decisions about the built environment on convincing
research; the goal is the best health outcomes (for both patients and staff). This talk will review research on
the environmental variables (e.g., views, nature, art, layout, television, room occupancy, signage) that have
been studied in the context of healthcare and the challenges to doing this research. Further, the talk will
show how Ulrich’s theory of supportive design (1991) can be used to guide research questions. Findings
from inpatient settings (e.g., Andrade & Devlin, 2015), hospital exteriors (Devlin, 2008), as well as
psychotherapists’ offices (e.g., Nasar & Devlin, 2011) will be highlighted.

SCBNA INVITED SPEAKER
Dr. Mauricio Papini
Texas Christian University

Psychological pain and emotional self-medication.

Art District 4, Saturday, 3:00 PM –4:00 PM

The role of emotional distress in triggering and maintaining drug seeking and abuse behavior has been
extensively documented. Typically, the causal chain assumed in most studies goes from emotional distress
(cause) to substance use (effect). My colleagues and I have recently been exploring the opposite causal
chain, namely, that drug use is triggered by the modulating effect of the drug over emotional distress, at
least in the initial stages of addictive behavior. This hypothesis—known as emotional self-medication
(ESM)—maintains that individuals consume substances that reduce negative emotions. In this talk I will
review the evidence for ESM from a series of studies with selected and nonselected rat strains that are
providing a unique experimental insight into this issue. The empirical and theoretical bases of ESM, its
translational potential, and the future of ESM studies will be highlighted. This comparative research will
have a significant impact in our understanding of the initial stages of substance use disorders in humans.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 7

MISSOURI STATE SYMPOSIUM

BACKGROUND
In 2009, SWPA instituted a special set of symposia coordinated by our elected state representatives during
the second year of their two-terms. The state representatives organize their symposia by inviting faculty
and other esteemed professionals from around the region and the nation. The state symposia in the 2015
program were organized by the representatives from Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. The intent
of these symposia is to further enhance the level of research presented at our annual convention.
Death becomes us: The psychology of aging, death, and bereavement.
Trinity 7, Sunday, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM
Christine Ziemer
(Missouri Western State University)
Mary Newman
(Missouri State University)
Mary-Frances O’Connor
(University of Arizona)

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2016 SWPA
STUDENT COMPETITION

Finalists

The Southwestern Psychological Association has always prided itself on highlighting excellent student
research. This year students submitted 39 research proposals for the undergraduate and graduate
research competitions. Through a rigorous review process, the SWPA Awards Committee, led by former
SWPA president Dr. Scott Bailey, selected these excellent students and their projects as finalists.

UNDERGRADUATE COMPETITION FINALISTS
Kayla Linthicum…………………………………………………………………………….Austin College
Lindsay Hobson………………………………………………………….University of Central Arkansas
Emily Gates………………………………………………………………University of Central Arkansas
Virginia Mitchell…………………………………………………………………………...Hendrix College
Tori Nicole Francis………………………………………………………University of Central Arkansas
Savannah Sloane Nolan………………………………………………..University of Central Arkansas
K. Brooke Schichtl……………………………………………………….University of Central Arkansas
Shelby Kait Nichols……………………………………………………...University of Central Arkansas

Undergraduate Finalists Will Present Their Work:
FRIDAY, 10:15 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
FAIR PARK 1

GRADUATE COMPETITION FINALISTS
Tiffany Marie Wierzbicki………………………………………………...University of Central Arkansas
Ashalee C. Hurst…………………………………………………………………..Texas Tech University
Grace Boyers……………………………………………………………..Southern Methodist University
Vivian Ta……………………………………………………………………University of Texas-Arlington

Graduate Finalists Will Present Their Work:
FRIDAY, 2:15 P.M. - 3:45 P.M.
FAIR PARK 1

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THURSDAY, APRIL 7

SOCIAL & SILENT
AUCTION

Sponsored by TherapyNotes
Trinity Ballroom Prefunction
Friday, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

The social and silent auction at the 2016 SWPA
convention will take place immediately following the
Psi Chi Poster Session / SWPA Showcase. This
year’s events are being sponsored by TherapyNotes.

COFFEE BREAK

Sponsored by University of Texas—Arlington
Trinity Ballroom Prefunction
Saturday, Beginning at 2:00 PM

This year we will have a complimentary coffee break
following Saturday’s first afternoon session. The
event is being sponsored by the University of Texas –
Arlington.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 8

Day at a Glance
FRIDAY

APRIL 8, 2016

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION 2 COMPETITIONS
TRINITY BALLROOM PREFUNCTION
7:00 A.M. – 6:30 P.M. SWPA UNDERGRADUATE COMPETITION
SWPA GRADUATE COMPETITION

TALK SESSIONS 4 INVITED SPEAKERS

11 SWPA TALK SESSIONS TRINITY 1-3
DR. MARTIE HASELTON
(COGNITIVE 1 AND 2; SOCIAL & PERSONALITY 1 ,2, AND 3; (9:00 AM – 10:00 AM)……………SWPA
GENERAL EXPERIMENTAL 1; DEVELOPMENTAL; ADDICTION;
SEXUAL BEHAVIOR; CROSS-CULTURAL; CLINICAL & STRESS) DR. BRIAN COLLISSON
(11:00 AM – 12:00 PM)………...SWToP
1 SCBNA PAPER SESSION
2 PSI CHI PAPER SESSIONS DR. ROBERT KURZBAN
(1:00 PM – 2:00 PM)……………..SWPA
3 POSTER SESSIONS
DR. JEFF SPIES
(CLINICAL, SOCIAL & PERSONALITY 1, DEVELOPMENTAL) (2:15 PM – 3:15 PM)…………..…SAMR

SYMPOSIA & WORKSHOPS MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS

2 SWPA WORKSHOPS SCBNA WELCOME MEETING
PSI CHI GRADUATE SCHOOL Q&A
(CLINICAL 1 AND 2)
SAMR SPECIAL SESSION
2 SWPA SYMPOSIUM SCBNA BUSINESS MEETING

(DEVELOPMENTAL; SWPA LEADERSHIP) PSI CHI POSTER SESSION
& SWPA AWARDS SHOWCASE
1 SWToP WORKSHOP
1 SWToP SYMPOSIUM (TRINITY 4-8) 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

SWPA SOCIAL & SILENT AUCTION sponsored by TherapyNotes
(TRINITY BALLROOM PREFUNCTION)
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

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FRIDAY, APRIL 8

SWPA Poster Session: Clinical

Friday, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Trinity 4-8

1. Attachment styles and perceptions of alcohol use.

Jordan L. Walker Angelo State University
Crystal Kreitler Angelo State University

2. Therapist deception: Is it ethical?

Drew A. Curtis Angelo State University

Blake Perez Angelo State University
Jessica Frances Johnson Missouri State University

Leslie Kelley North Central Texas College

3. Perinatal bereavement photography: Public perceptions.

Drew A. Curtis Angelo State University
4. An examination of the predictors of perceived stress levels in college students.

Jacob Morgan Austin College

Matthew Findley Austin College

5. Perceptions of hickeys by college students: Territory marking or social behaviors
indicator?

Jade Ross Austin College

Renee A Countryman Austin College

6. Investigation of actual and perceived gender differences in enjoyment of sexual practices.
Jorge Andres Garza Austin College

Ashley Malcom Austin College

Lisa M. Brown Austin College

7. Protective factors: Resilience in survivors of sexual and non-sexual violent trauma.
Marina Evette Brown Cameron University

Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia Cameron University

8. The relationship between sexual trauma, mental disorders, and protective factors in women.

Ellen Cierra Gross Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Amy N. Madewell Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia Cameron University

9. Does coloring a mandala increase the ability to cope with induced stress?

Rachel Petersen Emporia State University
Henry Wijata Emporia State University

Vanessa M. Hajek Emporia State University

Cathy A. Grover Emporia State University

10. Harmful inspiration: The consequences of viewing thinspiration or fitspiration.
LaNaya Anderson Fort Hays State University

Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke Fort Hays State University

11. Relationship between body checking and dissatisfaction: Does cognition serve as a
mediator?

Jamie Marie Smith Missouri State University

Jennifer Ashley Battles Missouri State University

Madison Lynn Johnson Missouri State University
Katherine Heim Missouri State University

12. Investigation into the relationships among mood, body dissatisfaction, and weight concern.

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Stephanie Jian Chen Missouri State University

Heather Stephens-Cantu Missouri State University
Jeff Pavlacic Missouri State University

13. Impact of teacher efficacy on observable challenging behaviors in Head Start classrooms.

Kirsten Baker University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Kalyn Holmes Oklahoma City University
Amber Mequel Morton University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Caroline Hibbs University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

14. The impact of teacher-child interaction training on problematic behaviors in preschoolers.

Caroline Hibbs University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Autena Torbati University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Kalyn Holmes Oklahoma City University

Kacie A McKnight University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

15. An examination of the association between PTSD and food addiction.
Nikki Clauss Oklahoma State University

Stacey Hamilton Oklahoma State University

Ashley Nicole Hadwiger Oklahoma State University

16. Childhood exposure to trauma: The impact of resiliency on daily stress symptoms.
Caitlyn Maye Oklahoma State University

Jennifer Daer Oklahoma State University

Hannah Espeleta Oklahoma State University

Lana Beasley Oklahoma State University
17. A big evolutionary bang.

Athena Meder Pittsburg State University

18. Personality characteristics of individuals reporting frequent nightmares.
William E. Kelly Robert Morris University

19. Relationship between AMPI scales and general maladjustment.

William E. Kelly Robert Morris University

Donald W. Daughtry Texas A & M University – Kingsville
20. Depressive symptoms mediate the association between teen dating violence and assertive

resistance.

Rosangelica Castillo Southern Methodist University

Taylor Souryachak Southern Methodist University
Sabaa Afzal Southern Methodist University

Ilsa Levine Southern Methodist University

Lorelei Simpson Rowe Southern Methodist University

21. Severe mental illness and couple relationship functioning.
Melanie Enriquez Southern Methodist University

Madeleine Boudreaux Southern Methodist University

Brenna Williams Southern Methodist University

Lorelei Simpson Rowe Southern Methodist University
22. Education to prevent counselor impairment.

Jill Powell Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Amy Barnett Southwestern Oklahoma State University

23. Professional quality of life and self-care of helping professionals.
Amy Barnett Southwestern Oklahoma State University

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Jill Powell Southwestern Oklahoma State University

24. Parental relationships, and family and peer suicidal behaviors by adolescent suicide
attempts.

Kristi Burghardt Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Kristin R. Woods Southwestern Oklahoma State University

25. Childhood competitiveness predicts social anxiety in college students.
Marieke Visser Southwestern University

Sean Smith Southwestern University

Laura Hennefield Southwestern University

26. Exploring the relationship between exercise and substance use.
Daniel Aaron Harmon Stephen F. Austin State University

Robert Polewan Stephen F. Austin State University

27. Body satisfaction and hedonic preferences for salt and sugar across multiple ethnicities.

Lora L Jacobi Stephen F. Austin State University
28. Examining the relationship between attachment and antisocial features in college students.

Daniel Aaron Harmon Stephen F. Austin State University

Machael Cortez Stephen F. Austin State University

Catherine Pearte Stephen F. Austin State University
29. Death anxiety and related correlates.

Samantha Lorin Honnert Stephen F. Austin State University

Lauren E. Brewer Stephen F. Austin State University

30. Perceived knowledge about depression and help-seeking intentions among college
students.

Machael Cortez Stephen F. Austin State University

Lauren E. Brewer Stephen F. Austin State University

31. Cognitive emotion regulation and daily hassles.
Sarah Savoy Stephen F. Austin State University

Nadia Irena Firdausya Stephen F. Austin State University

Danielle K. Langlois Stephen F. Austin State University

32. Do Americans know more about sex than they did 25 years ago?
Don Lucas Northwest Vista College

Callie Rebecca Roberts Northwest Vista College

Gerona Nylander Texas A & M University - San Antonio

Melany Higdon Northwest Vista College
33. Predicting safe sex practices from gender-related interpersonal variables.

Chasley Jones Texas State University

Crystal D. Oberle Texas State University

34. Testing the maternal immune hypothesis of human sexuality in a collegiate population.
Keimche Wickham Texas State University - San Macros

Judith Ann Easton Texas State University

Natalie Ceballos Texas State University - San Macros

35. Perceptions of sexual variations and career achievement.
Brian Hill Texas State University - San Macros

Shirley M. Ogletree Texas State University - San Macros

36. Testing the applicability of intentional change theory to women’s leadership development.

Kimberly Dianne Lawson Texas Woman's University
Jeff E. Harris Texas Woman's University

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37. The impact of indirect exposure to traumatic image and written detail.

Laura Oei Texas Woman's University
Linda Rubin Texas Woman's University

38. Female trust, suspicion, and orgasms.

Ashley D. Hendrix Texas Woman's University

Akeitha Walton Texas Woman's University
John A. Terrizzi, Jr. Texas Woman's University

Christian L. Hart Texas Woman's University

39. Adolescent drug use and family history of substance use.

Tori Nicole Francis University of Central Arkansas
Ken Sobel University of Central Arkansas

40. Communication, parenting, and psychological symptoms among GWOT veterans and their

children.

Angela Lynn Richardson University of Houston
Jessica Y. Morales University of Houston

Allison Laajala University of Houston

Candace A. Alfano University of Houston

Jennifer Fillo University of Houston
41. Sleep deprivation and emotion in children at-risk for anxiety and depression.

Jessica Nam University of Houston

42. A qualitative analysis of participant motives for perpetrating body vandalism.

Heather Krieger University of Houston
Nisha Hafeez Quraishi University of Houston

Kourtnei Gartman University of Houston

Angelo M. DiBello Brown University

43. Social support on adult attachment-death anxiety relationship: Mediator or moderator?
Emma Anderson University of North Texas

Arubah Khan University of North Texas

Chiachih DC Wang University of North Texas

44. Relationship between depression and anger in spinal cord injury patients.
Jaymie Ticknor University of North Texas

Jennifer Leigh Warmann University of North Texas

Tori Wheelis University of North Texas

Kate Marcus University of North Texas
Adriel Boals University of North Texas

45. The relationship between event centrality, religious coping, and posttraumatic growth.

Gabrielle Mara Tolentino Javier University of North Texas

Elizabeth Hamner University of North Texas
Adriel Boals University of North Texas

46. Making and breaking abstinence pledges: Moral foundations and the purity movement.

Kelly J Martin University of North Texas

Lee Bedford University of North Texas
Michael Barnett University of North Texas

47. Fake it ’til you make it: Faking orgasm, pleasure, and orgasm consistency.

Se Hee Seo University of North Texas

Mallory Jordan Gerner University of North Texas
Beatriz Martinez University of North Texas

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Michael Barnett University of North Texas

48. Rape avoidance and sexual dimensions of person description.
Crystal Dao University of North Texas

Kinsie Dunham University of North Texas

Lee Bedford University of North Texas

Michael Barnett University of North Texas
49. The primal scene and sociosexual orientation.

Katherine Berry University of North Texas

Brooke Reynolds University of North Texas

Patrick R Melugin University of North Texas
Michael Barnett University of North Texas

50. Effects of different support sources on adolescent depression.

Ashley Ann Taylor University of Texas - Arlington

Iyanna Charles University of Texas - Arlington
Maria Elizabeth Guarneri-White University of Texas - Arlington

51. Sexual intimacy and emotional recovery after couple conflict: An attachment perspective.

Forouz Shirvani University of Texas - Dallas

Julie Anna Biemer University of Texas - Dallas
52. The relationship between test anxiety, insomnia, and coping strategies in undergraduate

students.

Rebecca Arlene Thomas University of Texas - San Antonio

Casey Lauren Kellum University of Texas - San Antonio
Mary Ellen McNaughton-Cassill University of Texas - San Antonio

53. Gender differences in panic symptoms: The role of stress and enculturation.

Nazli Rodriguez University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Michiyo Hirai University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
54. Sexual re-victimization predicting avoidance behavior and negative self-perceptions.

Nazli Rodriguez University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Michiyo Hirai University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

SWPA Talk Session: Cognitive I

Friday, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Chaired by

Trinity 5

1. The effects of mathematical fluency on multi-digit number representations.

Kristen Allie Bowman Tarleton State University

Thomas J. Faulkenberry Tarleton State University
2. Testing the flexibility of the priority heuristic in conditions of resource scarcity.

W. Trey Hill Fort Hays State University

J. April Park Fort Hays State University

3. Testing two accounts of response dynamics in a number comparison task.
Thomas J. Faulkenberry Tarleton State University

SWPA Talk Session: Social & Personality I

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Friday, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Chaired by

Trinity 6

1. Would you spend time with Justin? Perceptions of veterans with PTSD.

Ellie Becker Sterling College
Jennifer Dyson Sterling College

2. The Dark Triad, trait empathy and willingness to help.

Monica E. Munoz Texas A & M International University

Ricardo Rodriguez Texas A & M International University
3. Would you help Ryan? How attributions affect empathy and desire to help.

Dayton Alan Winter Sterling College

Jennifer Dyson Sterling College

SWPA Talk Session: General Experimental I

Friday, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Chaired by

Trinity 7

1. An extension of trial duration on spatial learning in domestic dogs.

Rebecca Showalter Stephen F. Austin State University

Robert Polewan Stephen F. Austin State University
2. Posterior cingulate cortex: Critical neural substrate for risky decision making.

Ryan K Jessup Abilene Christian University

3. Computer mousetracking reveals individual differences in a size congruity task.

Trina Geye Tarleton State University
Thomas J. Faulkenberry Tarleton State University

SWPA Symposium: Developmental I

Friday, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM

Chaired by

Fair Park 1

1. The TEXAS Family Study: A comprehensive approach to child temperament research.

Jeffrey R. Gagne University of Texas - Arlington

Haolei Fang University of Texas - Arlington
Jeffrey R. Gagne University of Texas - Arlington

Afsoon Gazor University of Texas - Arlington

Ogechi Katherina Nwadinobi University of Texas - Arlington

Psi Chi Paper Session I
Friday, 8:00 AM - 8:45 AM
Chaired by Evan Zucker (Loyola University)
Fair Park 2

1. Social delay discounting.

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Savannah Cavender University of Central Arkansas

2. Effect of chronic restraint stress on alcohol consumption in Wister Han rats.
Emily Flynn-Heines Texas Lutheran University

3. No, you didn’t read this! Informed consent, format, and delivery method.

Kyle Ripley Stephen F. Austin State University

Margaret Anna Hance Stephen F. Austin State University
Stacey Kerr Stephen F. Austin State University

SWToP Workshop I

Friday, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Chaired by Angela Sikorski (Texas A & M University - Texarkana)

Greenville

1. Reject or fail to reject: That may not be the only question.

Johnny Mark Kirk Northeastern State University
Sharon L Roberts Northeastern State University

SWPA Invited Speaker: Dr. Martie Haselton
Friday, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Chaired by Christian Hart (Texas Woman's University)
Trinity 1-3

SWToP Teaching Demo I

Friday, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Chaired by

Greenville

1. Bringing behavioral pharmacology to your classroom.
Nathan Sparkman Stephen F. Austin State University

2. Preparing future psychology instructors in an online graduate program.

Kristi Cordell-McNulty Angelo State University

3. Putting students in charge: Benefits of having students create class content.
Andrew Serafino Texas Lutheran University

Ryan Jordahl Texas Lutheran University

Tiffiny L. Sia Texas Lutheran University

Psi Chi / Psi Beta Chapter Exchange: The Situation Room
Friday, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Chaired by Kelli Wierzbicki (University of Central Arkansas), Kendra

Suell (Collin County Community College), and Stephanie Quintana
(Collin County Community College)
Fair Park 2

SWPA Poster Session: Social & Personality I

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Friday, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Chaired by

Trinity 4-8

1. Informal student evaluations: “Hotness,” rating volume, and students’ perceptions of

professors. University of the Incarnate Word
Stefanie Boswell

Antoinette King University of the Incarnate Word

Danielle Renee De Luna University of the Incarnate Word

2. Formal and informal student evaluations effects on students’ effort and self-efficacy.
Stefanie Boswell University of the Incarnate Word

Antoinette King University of the Incarnate Word

Danielle Renee De Luna University of the Incarnate Word

3. Instagram and romantic relationships.
Antoinette King University of the Incarnate Word

Stefanie Boswell University of the Incarnate Word

4. Imagining a previous academic disappointment does not affect undergraduates’ academic

entitlement. University of the Incarnate Word
Stefanie Boswell

Rachel Walker University of the Incarnate Word

5. The influence of musical tone versus musical lyrics on aggression.

Haley S Cobb Cameron University
Tabitha Kizzar Cameron University

Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia Cameron University

6. Success and attraction: Does gender role appropriateness contribute to the glass ceiling?

Claudia Angelique Normand Cameron University
Elisabeth McNally Cameron University

Janette Adriana Morales Herrera Cameron University

Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia Cameron University

7. Closer to us, farther from you: Paradoxical effects of social network use.
Marc Andrew Sestir University of Central Arkansas

Rebecca Stallmann University of Central Arkansas

8. What attributions best predict physical aggression?

Katelyn Jewell Coney University of Central Arkansas
Elson M. Bihm University of Central Arkansas

Paul R. Nail University of Central Arkansas

9. Can you live without social media?

Tyler Ramsey University of Central Arkansas
Miguel Negrete University of Central Arkansas

Christina Griffin University of Central Arkansas

10. Instructor ethnicity and students’ perception of course.
Matthew Hewes University of Central Oklahoma

Savannah Godber Oklahoma City University

Yi Shao Oklahoma City University

11. Group identification as a mediator between salient group and inspiration.
Daniel P Chadborn Southeastern Louisiana University

Stephen M Reysen Southeastern Louisiana University

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12. Individuals should go on pranking, if only to satisfy their curiosity.

Jennifer G. Clement Howard Payne University
Rachel M. Ellington Howard Payne University

Victoria Lee Hardin Howard Payne University

Lawrence A Martinez Howard Payne University

13. Does no mean no? Attributions of blame in scenarios of sexual assault.
Lulu Alvarado-Vega Abilene Christian University

Katie Higgins Abilene Christian University

Paige Womble Abilene Christian University

14. Internet intrusion: Who is to blame when explicit photos get leaked?
Amy Knowlton Abilene Christian University

Eriksen Ravey Abilene Christian University

15. No indictment? Perceptions of trust in grand jury decisions of police shootings.

Elizabeth Banks Abilene Christian University
Sierra Villanueva Abilene Christian University

Erin Wiggins Abilene Christian University

16. Who’s he tweeting? Attachment and jealousy on social media.

Kylie Dane Richter Abilene Christian University
BrieAnna Hawkins Abilene Christian University

Alexandra Jordan Gartley Abilene Christian University

Brandon C Clements Abilene Christian University

17. Women in the body positive movement: Strategies, attitudes, and predictors.
Adrienne Tremain Western New Mexico University

Po Sen Chu Western New Mexico University

18. Implicit theories of intelligence and their effects on personality.

Chelsea Campbell Stephen F. Austin State University
Lauren E. Brewer Stephen F. Austin State University

19. Sense of power and mental illness stigma.

Mikaela Kathleen Cloyd Stephen F. Austin State University

Kyle E. Conlon Stephen F. Austin State University
20. Perceptions of parental competence in people with and without disabilities.

Allison E. Pratt Stephen F. Austin State University

Kyle E. Conlon Stephen F. Austin State University

21. The use of profanity in the classroom: The effects on impression formation.
Lora L. Jacobi Stephen F. Austin State University

Brooke Raechelle Bugni Stephen F. Austin State University

Machael Cortez Stephen F. Austin State University

Samantha Lorin Honnert Stephen F. Austin State University
22. Priming with profanities: The effect on recall of profanity usage.

Lora L. Jacobi Stephen F. Austin State University

Machael Cortez Stephen F. Austin State University

Brooke Raechelle Bugni Stephen F. Austin State University
Samantha Lorin Honnert Stephen F. Austin State University

23. Negative body talk and the moderating role of social exclusion.

Margaret Anna Hance Stephen F. Austin State University

Sarah Evelyn Pelfrey Stephen F. Austin State University
Neusha Khaleghi Stephen F. Austin State University

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Deinisha Tryals Stephen F. Austin State University

Sarah Standridge Stephen F. Austin State University
Sarah Savoy Stephen F. Austin State University

24. Frisky business: The role of self-monitoring in public physical touch.

Marissa Nichole Rosa Southwestern University

Delaney Dunn Southwestern University
Traci A Giuliano Southwestern University

25. Be yourself! (or your mom): Parents’ and offspring’s love languages.

Helena Lorenz Southwestern University

Maddie Leigh Straup Southwestern University
Matthew Austin Gonzales Southwestern University

Traci A. Giuliano Southwestern University

26. What makes a leader? The relationship between leadership, optimism, and social anxiety.

Abigail Wilson Southwestern University
Marguerite Poertner Doran Southwestern University

Amy Mackenzie Goodman Southwestern University

Laura Hennefield Southwestern University

27. Effects of anonymity on online hostility. Texas Wesleyan University
Astin Cade Cornwall

Marilyn A. Pugh Texas Wesleyan University

28. Birds of a feather: Homophily on Facebook.

Hannah Lynn Spears Texas Lutheran University
Ryan Jordahl Texas Lutheran University

Emily Braun Texas Lutheran University

Maria Lisbet Orozco Texas Lutheran University

Tiffiny L. Sia Texas Lutheran University
29. How bad is YikYak? Sexist and depressed posts.

Emily Braun Texas Lutheran University

Maria Lisbet Orozco Texas Lutheran University

Hannah Lynn Spears Texas Lutheran University
Tiffiny L. Sia Texas Lutheran University

30. What do college students do during the presidential debates?

Maria Lisbet Orozco Texas Lutheran University

Emily Braun Texas Lutheran University
Hannah Lynn Spears Texas Lutheran University

Tiffiny L. Sia Texas Lutheran University

31. Wrong kind of attention: Gender and race bias on Chatroulette.

Ryan Jordahl Texas Lutheran University
Katrin Alane Mast Texas Lutheran University

Sean Alexander Bogle Jr. Texas Lutheran University

Estella Granderson Texas Lutheran University

Tiffiny L. Sia Texas Lutheran University
32. College women's social media use and prioritizing of academic and fitness goals.

Mary Hertzel Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Melinda Burgess Southwestern Oklahoma State University

33. MARVELous sex role stereotypes: A content analysis of Marvel movies.
Emily Burgess Southwestern Oklahoma State University

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Mary Hertzel Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Melinda Burgess Southwestern Oklahoma State University
34. Is video game playing related to perceptions of aggression?

Aaron Cornell Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Melinda Burgess Southwestern Oklahoma State University

35. Effect of introducing profanity on use of profanity in Online Live environments.
Christopher Stevens Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Shelly Pierce Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Micah G. Owens Southeastern Oklahoma State University

36. College students’ definitions and correlates of feminism.
Shirley M. Ogletree Texas State University - San Macros

Paulette Diaz Texas State University - San Macros

37. Ambivalent attitudes towards men: Related correlates and gender comparisons.

Shirley M. Ogletree Texas State University - San Macros
Emily Patricia Arzola Texas State University - San Macros

Cassidy Van Trease Texas State University - San Macros

38. College student hookah use: Frequncy, related attitudes, and personality variables.

Vince Padilla Texas State University
Shirley M. Ogletree Texas State University - San Macros

39. Absence of ego-depletion effect, part two: Stroop task and grip duration.

Katelyn Rene Stephenson Texas State University

Joe Etherton Texas State University
Randall E Osborne Texas State University

Leif Montgomery Texas State University - San Macros

Lindell Thomas Texas State University

Evan Ortiz Texas State University
Alayna Gray Thomas Texas State University - San Macros

Sabrina Jeanne Wells Texas State University - San Macros

Chasley Jones Texas State University

40. Absence of ego-depletion effect, part three: Restricted writing and mental multiplication.
Katelyn Rene Stephenson Texas State University

Joe Etherton Texas State University

Randall E Osborne Texas State University

Leif Montgomery Texas State University - San Macros
Chasley Jones Texas State University

Sabrina Jeanne Wells Texas State University - San Macros

Alayna Gray Thomas Texas State University - San Macros

Evan Ortiz Texas State University
Lindell Thomas Texas State University

41. Effects of attachment style and psychological flexibility on coping responses.

Haleigh Winfrey Texas State University - San Macros

42. Lying lawyers: Investigating the social cognitive label.
Tristan L Davis Angelo State University

Drew A. Curtis Angelo State University

43. Teach me or lie to me: Effectiveness of a deception workshop.

Drew A. Curtis Angelo State University
Chelsea Dickens Angelo State University

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44. Current gender differences in residual Victorian era gender role beliefs in SWLA.

Jimmy F Trahan McNeese State University
Chase A Walling McNeese State University

45. Partner preference: Looks trump money—if you’ve already got money.

Linda Brannon McNeese State University

Bianca Augustine McNeese State University
Dena L Matzenbacher McNeese State University

46. Paranormal beliefs and level of education.

Michael Paul O'Brien Arkansas Tech University

Christy LaBonne Arkansas Tech University
David M. Osburn Arkansas Tech University

47. Loss of intimate relationships and depression and anxiety in university students.

Kenleigh Bennett Arkansas Tech University

Laramie Hart Arkansas Tech University
Jennifer Willbanks Arkansas Tech University

David William Ward Arkansas Tech University

48. Measuring socioeconomic status: Trends and patterns in talking about how we live.

Rebecca Munnell McHugh Arkansas Tech University
Mason Cole Sims Arkansas Tech University

Kaylynn Esther Newhard Arkansas Tech University

49. Factors influencing perceptions of parapsychology.

Amy Brock Texas A & M University - Kingsville
Donald W. Daughtry Texas A & M University - Kingsville

50. Belief malleability, self-control, and empathy as predictors of rudeness.

Sandra Stephanie Morales Texas A & M University - Corpus Christi

Steve D. Seidel Texas A & M University - Corpus Christi
51. Online communication: A comparison between the sexes.

Edward Asbury Texas Woman's University

Brenda Kaye Pointer Texas Woman's University

52. Impacts of disgust sensitivity on everyday moral judgments.
Lauren Elizabeth Fennimore Texas Woman's University

John A Terrizzi, Jr. Texas Woman's University

53. Monster behind the monitor: Exploring Dark Triad characteristics and social media dating.

Lindsey Rae Keais Fort Hays State University
Homero Ortiz Fort Hays State University

Ash D. Wieland Fort Hays State University

Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke Fort Hays State University

54. Spoiler alert!: Understanding awareness of plot conclusion and need for cognition.
Megan Bird Fort Hays State University

Magaly Lozoya Fort Hays State University

Brandi T Mathis Fort Hays State University

Brooke Stamback Fort Hays State University
Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke Fort Hays State University

55. Gender's role in attachment to fictional characters.

Samantha Kettering Southwestern College

Sydney Shields Southwestern College
Brittaney Craddock Southwestern College

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56. Get over it: Parasocial relationship attachment and break-up distress.

Joshua Howard Southwestern College
Tana Carol Tyler Southwestern College

Evan Jacob Van Schie Southwestern College

57. A correlational study of shyness and conflict negotiation within romantic relationships.

Billie Clare Myers Fielding Graduate University
Chelsi King California School of Professional Psychology

Lawrence S Dilks Counseling Services

Kimberly S. Hutchinson Lake Charles Memorial Hospital

Burton Ashworth Counseling Services
Sandra Isabel Viggiani Fuller School of Psychology, Fuller Seminary

Katherine Hippman Louisiana State University

Marnie Richard Hawaii School of Professional Psychology

58. A behavioral economic assessment of society versus tribal values.
Charles Clark Wichita State University

59. Gender, gender identity, and moral assumptions of gender equality.

Charles Clark Wichita State University

Isuri Samarakone Wichita State University
60. You're not hot if I'm not: Appearance rejection and judgments of attractiveness.

Samuel Carrasco Texas Christian University

Hannah Kristine Bradshaw Texas Christian University

Jeffrey Gassen Texas Christian University
Christopher J. Holland Texas Christian University

Randi Proffitt Leyva Texas Christian University

Charles G. Lord Texas Christian University

61. The use of relationship maintenance strategies in open and closed romantic relationships.
Cassi Renee Tullier Austin College

James Hemen Austin College

Peter E. L. Marks Austin College

SWPA Talk Session: Cognitive II

Friday, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Chaired by

Trinity 5

1. Suspect position in a simultaneous lineup affects eyewitness identification.

Curt A. Carlson Texas A & M University - Commerce

Alyssa R. Jones Texas A & M University - Commerce

Charles Goodsell Canisius College
Maria Carlson Texas A & M University - Commerce

Jane Elizabeth Bednarz Texas A & M University - Commerce

2. Effects of binaural beats programs on memory and mood.

Crystal D. Oberle Texas State University
Georgina Arellano Texas State University

Ruben Vela Texas State University

Chasley Jones Texas State University

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3. Eyewitness confidence and accuracy: An evaluation of pre- versus post-lineup confidence.

Jane Elizabeth Bednarz Texas A & M University - Commerce
Curt A. Carlson Texas A & M University - Commerce

Maria Carlson Texas A & M University - Commerce

Dave Young Texas A & M University - Commerce

SWPA Talk Session: Developmental

Friday, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Chaired by

Trinity 6

1. Cognitive demand and lexical access in bilingual and monolingual children.

Graciela Martinez University of Houston

Grace Cannon University of Houston

Hanako Yoshida University of Houston
2. Brave enough to see the way cartoons shape our children.

Kendall Pasko St. Mary's University

3. The influence of parenting styles and worldview on corporal punishment.

Karen Kiser Midwestern State University
Michael Vandehey Midwestern State University

Laura C. Spiller University of Houston - Downtown

SWPA Workshop: Clinical I

Friday, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Chaired by

Trinity 7

1. How to get an internship: The crisis in clinical psychology.

Lawrence S. Dilks Counseling Services

Kimberly S. Hutchinson Lake Charles Memorial Hospital

Burton Ashworth Counseling Services
Chelsi King California School of Professional Psychology

Marnie Richard Hawaii School of Professional Psychology

Billie Clare Myers Fielding Graduate University

Katherine Hippman Louisiana State University
Sandra Isabel Viggiani Fuller School of Psychology, Fuller Seminary

SWPA Leadership Development Symposium

Friday, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Chaired by Christian Hart (Texas Woman's University)

and Arnold Froese (Sterling College)

Katy Trail Texas Woman's University
Sterling College
1. Developing leaders for SWPA's future.
Christian L. Hart
Arnold D Froese

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SWPA Undergraduate Research Competition

Friday, 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Chaired by Scott Bailey (Texas Lutheran University)

Fair Park 1

1. Development of a measure to assess vicarious resilience.
Kayla Linthicum Austin College

2. Memory for missing parts of witnessed events.

Lindsay Hobson University of Central Arkansas

Emily Gates University of Central Arkansas
3. Scatter-caching behavior and seed dispersal in the Central American agouti.

Virginia Mitchell Hendrix College

4. Do People Remember the Judgments They Make?

Tori Nicole Francis University of Central Arkansas
Savannah Sloane Nolan University of Central Arkansas

K. Brooke Schichtl University of Central Arkansas

5. The effects of image priming and BMI on food and monetary discounting.

Shelby Kait Nichols University of Central Arkansas

SWPA Workshop: Clinical II

Friday, 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Chaired by

Greenville

1. Unified psychotherapy: Using a holistic framework to guide psychotherapy practice and

training.
Jeff E Harris Texas Woman's University

Leslie Kelley North Central Texas College

SWToP Invited Speaker: Dr. Brian Collisson
Friday, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Chaired by
Trinity 1-3

SWPA Talk Session: Addiction

Friday, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Chaired by

Trinity 5

1. Does a marijuana placebo increase impulsivity?

Rowanne Nichole Osmun University of Central Arkansas

Ken Sobel University of Central Arkansas

2. Alcohol, energy drinks and impulsivity among college-aged students.
Jamie Borchardt Tarleton State University

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3. Pilot analysis predicting suicidal ideation in a child polyvictim population.

Nicholas Mitrani University of Central Arkansas
Janice Kathryn Church University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Karen Worley University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

SWPA Talk Session: Sexual Behavior

Friday, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Chaired by

Trinity 6

1. Sex differences in heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual participants.
John E Scofield Missouri State University

Bogdan Kostic Missouri State University

2. Problematic sexual behaviors in school-aged children: Impact of exposure type.

Alexandra Slemaker University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Kalyn Holmes Oklahoma City University

Hunter Brooke Harwood University of Oklahoma

Ruth Mayo

Jane Silovsky University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
3. Is sex and gender best defined categorically or continuously?

Don Lucas Northwest Vista College

Anthony Sanchez Northwest Vista College

Zachary Hanich Texas A & M University - San Antonio
Alex P. Gurian Northwest Vista College

Alexander Loy Reidel Northwest Vista College

Scott E. Lee Northwest Vista College

SWPA Talk Session: Social & Personality II

Friday, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Chaired by

Trinity 7

1. World entitativity and global citizenship.

Ida Mohebpour Texas A & M University - Commerce

Stephen M Reysen Texas A & M University - Commerce
2. The relationship between mate value and the effectiveness of an apology.

April Phillips Northeastern State University

Jonathan Michael Rogers Northeastern State University

3. The influence of mindfulness on adult attachment, self-esteem, and psychological distress.
Bini Sebastian University of North Texas

Chiachih DC Wang University of North Texas

SWPA Invited Speaker: Dr. Robert Kurzban
Friday, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Chaired by Christian Hart (Texas Woman's University)

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Trinity 1-3

SCBNA Welcome Meeting
Friday, 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Chaired by
Art District 4

Psi Chi Graduate School Q & A

Friday, 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM

Chaired by Evan Zucker (Loyola University)

Fair Park 2
NOTE. Bring your questions about graduate school to the panel comprised of members of the
Southwestern Region Steering Committee and Psi Chi Executive Committee.

SWToP Symposium I

Friday, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Chaired by

Greenville

1. Preparing future faculty in psychology program: Oklahoma State University's 12 years

experience.
Sue C Jacobs Oklahoma State University

Jun Fu Oklahoma State University

Austin Walden Oklahoma State University
Brent W. Schneider Oklahoma State University

Claudia V. Porras Texas Woman's University

Thomas W. Hancock University of Central Oklahoma

2. Smartphones, tablets, and other innovative approaches to teaching.
Victoria Mosack Wichita State University

Cynthia Wimberly University of Texas - Pan American

Robert Paul Sale University of Texas - Pan American

Peter L. Kranz University of Texas - Pan American
Victoria Mosack Wichita State University

SAMR Invited Speaker: Dr. Jeff Spies

Friday, 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Chaired by Derek Beaton (University of Texas - Dallas)

Trinity 1-3

1. Improving reproducibility and research efficiency via openness.

Jeffrey Spies Center for Open Science

SWPA Poster Session: Developmental
Friday, 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

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Trinity 4-8

1. Examining coping strategies for youth involved in sports and volunteering.

Caitlynn Marie Williams Texas Woman's University
Lisa Rosen Texas Woman's University

Linda Rubin Texas Woman's University

2. Teachers’ beliefs about the importance of extracurricular activities for victims and bullies.

Alondra Gandara Texas Woman's University
Maria Carol Baptiste Texas Woman's University

Lisa Rosen Texas Woman's University

3. The association between coping strategies and self-esteem.

Alexa Cunningham Texas Woman's University
Kristen Maxwell Texas Woman's University

Lisa Rosen Texas Woman's University

Linda Rubin Texas Woman's University

4. Teachers’ beliefs about bullying.
Suhani Bhakta Texas Woman's University

Arden Davis Texas Woman's University

Lisa Rosen Texas Woman's University

5. Co-rumination in the mother-adolescent relationship and adolescent coping strategies.
Josefina Sierra Texas Woman's University

Lisa Rosen Texas Woman's University

Linda Rubin Texas Woman's University

6. Attachment representations and response to infant crying in college students.
Erin Rochelle McKay Texas Christian University

Megan Michelle Pruitt Texas Christian University

Naomi Ekas Texas Christian University

7. Nostalgia and well-being in parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Erin A. VanEnkevort Texas Christian University

Mike Kersten Texas Christian University

Cathy Cox Texas Christian University
Naomi Ekas Texas Christian University

8. Gratitude revealed: Themes from writing by mothers of children with Autism.

Patricia Taylor Johnson Texas Christian University

Lisa Timmons Texas Christian University
Naomi Ekas Texas Christian University

9. Family, peer, and cognitive predictors of externalizing behavior in college students.

Ray Cline Southern Methodist University

Naomi Ekas Texas Christian University
Chrystyna D. Kouros Southern Methodist University

10. Helicopter parenting and college students’ mental health: Examination of sex differences.

Aubrey Chapman Southern Methodist University

Romilyn Kiriaki Southern Methodist University
Megan Taylor Sunderland Southern Methodist University

Naomi Ekas Texas Christian University

Chrystyna D. Kouros Southern Methodist University

11. The importance of religiosity for the marital relationship and mental health outcomes.

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Kelcie Daelynn Willis Texas Christian University

Chrystyna D. Kouros Southern Methodist University
12. Background media in the home and its relation to parent-child conflicts.

Danna Bismar Southern Methodist University

13. Infants' response to screen-projected images compared to photographs and objects.

Christine Ziemer Missouri Western State University
Makenna Snyder Missouri Western State University

14. Method matters: Measuring resilience and acculturation in Native American populations.

Shiloh Boles Missouri Western State University

15. Leaving home for African-Americans in emerging adulthood: A phenomenological study.
Shaun Isaac Calix Cameron University

16. Comparison of protective factors that influence psychological resilience between

ethnicities.

Bethany DeShane Bruno Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Amy N. Madewell Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Elisabeth Ponce-Garcia Cameron University

17. Teacher and student perceptions of peer aggression: Should they match?

Leslie Echols Missouri State University
Leah Wilson Missouri State University

18. Online but out of touch: Social media's impact on school belonging.

Leslie Echols Missouri State University

Cody Lee Conner Missouri State University
19. Infant development impacted by cartoons.

Toni Jewel Reed St. Mary's University

Allison Jenessa Escobar St. Mary's University

20. Through an elementary-aged mind: A cartoon analysis.
Carolina Davila St. Mary's University

Anna Villarreal St. Mary's University

21. Portrayals of women in Islamic cinema: Analysis of films from Muslim-majority countries.

Tyler Simone Wright St. Mary's University
Patricia Owen St. Mary's University

22. Applying the Bechdel test to understand gender as portrayed in zombie films.

Jennifer Zwahr-Castro St. Mary's University

Crystal Chavez St. Mary's University
Kendall Pasko St. Mary's University

23. Mediating effects of co-rumination on weight biases.

Rayni Thomas University of Texas - Arlington

Erin Boyd University of Texas - Arlington
Sarah Lee University of Texas - Arlington

24. Cortisol reactivity to positive emotional contagion in infancy.

Janna Colaizzi Oklahoma State University

Elisa Duell Oklahoma State University
Evan Jordan Oklahoma State University

Collin William O'Leary Oklahoma State University

Sarah Winburn Oklahoma State University

Courtney Hartman Oklahoma State University
David G. Thomas Oklahoma State University

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25. Authenticity and the positive health and well-being of LGBTQ+ older adults.

Tori Arthur Oklahoma State University
Jessica D. Graham Oklahoma State University

Brent W. Schneider Oklahoma State University

Sue C. Jacobs Oklahoma State University

26. Effect of divorce on east Texas college students’ academic success.
Sydney Noelle Schoen Texas A & M University - Texarkana

Brianna Cobb Texas A & M University - Texarkana

Whitney Simpson Texas A & M University - Texarkana

Bobby Ray Woody Texas A & M University - Texarkana
27. The influence of attachment on romantic partners' daily self-disclosure and partner

responsiveness.

Jesse W. Poucher University of Texas - Dallas

Forouz Shirvani University of Texas - Dallas
Karen J. Prager University of Texas - Dallas

Julie Anna Biemer University of Texas - Dallas

28. I vs. we dilemmas in couple relationships: A new measure.

Karen J. Prager University of Texas - Dallas
Jesse W. Poucher University of Texas - Dallas

Julie Anna Biemer University of Texas - Dallas

Forouz Shirvani University of Texas - Dallas

Shayan Parsaei University of Texas - Dallas
29. Effects of mindset interventions on academic achievement and belongingness in higher

education.

Alissa Baker-Oglesbee Northeastern State University

Alicia Danielle Woodrum Northeastern State University
Mary Waters-Bilbo Northeastern State University

Amber Nicole Wigington Northeastern State University

Devon Sue Isaacs Northeastern State University

30. Examining Cherokee cultural identity and historical loss on the MMPI-2-RF.
Devon Sue Isaacs Northeastern State University

TK Kominsky Northeastern State University

31. Sexual minorities: Equal rights but not equal acceptance.

Samantha Elliott Fort Hays State University
LaNaya Anderson Fort Hays State University

Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke Fort Hays State University

32. Reopening the case of homosexuality and kin selection.

Eda Egilmez Fort Hays State University
Bethany Barelman Fort Hays State University

Adam Jess Armijo Fort Hays State University

Kevin L Kenney Fort Hays State University

W. Trey Hill Fort Hays State University
33. Perceptions of intimate partner violence among heterosexual, gay, and lesbian couples.

Shelby Staab Fort Hays State University

34. Working mothers: Do their children feel loved and wanted?

Rachel M Yarnell Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Kristin R Woods Southwestern Oklahoma State University

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35. Presenting information about white privilege and systemic racism: Message vs. messenger.

Aileen Aiello Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Maci Glasscock Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Catherine Schubert Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Jared F. Edwards Southwestern Oklahoma State University

36. Parental attachment and life satisfaction: The mediation role of social support.
Joana Calvillo University of North Texas

Ling Jin University of North Texas

Chiachih DC Wang University of North Texas

37. Acculturation, gender role attitudes, and marital satisfaction of immigrants in interracial
marriages.

Heather Cook University of North Texas

Monica M. Gerber University of North Texas

Chiachih DC Wang University of North Texas
38. Religiosity and the death penalty.

Kruti Sureshchandra Chaliawala University of Central Oklahoma

Elle Skelton University of Central Oklahoma

Thomas W. Hancock University of Central Oklahoma
39. Therapeutic themes in comic books for LGBTQ readers.

Allen Thomas University of Central Arkansas

40. Evaluations of sexuality-based hate crimes and legislation: Independent and differentially

predicted.
Wayne Wilkinson Arkansas State University

Christopher Sean Peters Arkansas State University

41. Structural variance in religious orientations: Tradition or commitment?

Wayne Wilkinson Arkansas State University
42. Does Jesus make us feel better about ourselves?

Sarah Winkler Abilene Christian University

43. Testing the “three C’s” of religiosity in a Catholic university sample.

Sarah Henseler St. Edward's University
44. Cognitive and identity styles: Do they relate to religiosity?

Brenda C. Raven St. Edward's University

Sarah Henseler St. Edward's University

45. Comorbid disorders’ relationship with Disruptive Behavior Disorder.
Burton Ashworth Counseling Services

Kimberly S. Hutchinson Lake Charles Memorial Hospital

Lawrence S. Dilks Counseling Services

Sandra Isabel Viggiani Fuller School of Psychology, Fuller Seminary
Katherine Hippman Louisiana State University

Chelsi King California School of Professional Psychology

Marnie Richard Hawaii School of Professional Psychology

Billie Clare Myers Fielding Graduate University
46. Caregiver cannabis use relationship to childhood mood disorders.

Burton Ashworth Counseling Services

Marnie Richard Hawaii School of Professional Psychology

Billie Clare Myers Fielding Graduate University
Katherine Hippman Louisiana State University

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Lawrence S. Dilks Counseling Services

Chelsi King California School of Professional Psychology
Kimberly S. Hutchinson Lake Charles Memorial Hospital

Sandra Isabel Viggiani Fuller School of Psychology, Fuller Seminary

47. Caregiver physical assault and psychological aggression impact on Disruptive Behavior

Disorder.
Burton Ashworth Counseling Services

Lawrence S. Dilks Counseling Services

Sandra Isabel Viggiani Fuller School of Psychology, Fuller Seminary

Kimberly S. Hutchinson Lake Charles Memorial Hospital
Chelsi King California School of Professional Psychology

Marnie Richard Hawaii School of Professional Psychology

Billie Clare Myers Fielding Graduate University

Katherine Hippman Louisiana State University
48. Personal or impersonal God?

Kelly Rene Buxton University of Louisiana - Monroe

Kilian James Garvey University of Louisiana – Monroe

49. The effects of credentials and testimony coherence on female juror decision making.
Dede Robin Ouzts Avery Thomas University

Steve Joseph DePaola Thomas University

Robin Ouzts Thomas University

50. FamilyeJournal: Benefits of online guided group journaling for mental health.
Edward Asbury

51. Culturally-informed Spanish-language parent education program significantly improves

parenting practices.

Christina Wise Momentous Instititute
Cynthia Charlotte Spering Momentous Institute

52. Examining the effect of stereotype threat of sexual minorities on academic performance.

Jay Sung Jeon Austin College

Lisa M. Brown Austin College
53. Prevention of negative feelings towards LGBT, through positive mood induction.

Tyler Wayne Clifton Hendrix College

Lindsay Kennedy Hendrix College

54. Gender identity issues: Transgender dating discrimination.
Martha Alejandra Escamilla Texas A & M University - San Antonio

SWPA Talk Session: Cross-Cultural

Friday, 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Chaired by

Trinity 5

1. Cultural differences in the effects of ego-depletion.

Jay C. Brown Texas Wesleyan University
2. Third culture kids and reverse culture shock: The impact of resilience.

Ian Mudge University of Texas of the Permian Basin

3. Pathogen prevalence and gun ownership: A dangerous interaction.

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Kilian James Garvey University of Louisiana - Monroe

4. Assessing international knowledge in undergraduate psychology students.
John M. Davis Texas State University - San Macros

Shally Pius Texas State University - San Macros

5. Acculturation and the immigration paradox among undocumented Latinos/as in the US.

Cory Lamoine Cobb University of Central Arkansas
6. Cross cultural differences in temporal, social, and probability discounting.

Jay C. Brown Texas Wesleyan University

Jamie Lowe Texas Wesleyan University

Katina Kay Hodkinson Texas Wesleyan University

SWPA Talk Session: Social & Personality III

Friday, 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Chaired by

Trinity 7

1. The impact of intergroup political relations on idea generation and creativity.

Ryan Gertner University of Texas - Arlington

Belinda Williams University of Texas - Arlington
Lauren Coursey University of Texas - Arlington

Jared Kenworthy University of Texas - Arlington

Paul Paulus University of Texas - Arlington

2. Social psychology as revealed in cookbooks.
Tracy B. Henley Texas A & M University - Commerce

Gail Johnson Texas A & M University - Commerce

3. The effect of internal political efficacy on attitudes towards politics.

Marlene Orta University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Marina Vasquez University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Gustavo Martinez University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Jason Popan University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

4. Predicting humor style among college students using motivational type.
Bonita M. Milby Oklahoma State University

5. Integrative model of motivation and commitment: Comparing academic and relationship

motivation.

Cynthia Lindsey Northwestern State University
Melanie Midkiff Northwestern State University

6. Early identification of academically at-risk students.

Nancy Lamphere Texas A & M University - Commerce

SWPA Talk Session: Clinical & Stress

Friday, 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Chaired by

Trinity 6

1. Student stress and coping factors: Relationships to student characteristics.

Derek Paul Thomas Lamar University

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Adam Todd Smith Lamar University

Elizabeth Parks Aronson Lamar University
2. Examining anxiety within community colleges, universities, and the general population.

Scott E Lee Northwest Vista College

Don Lucas Northwest Vista College

3. Project SAAFE (Sexual Assault Awareness For Everyone): Campus sexual assault
prevention.

Kevin A. Harris University of Texas of the Permian Basin

4. The effects of personal and impersonal information on attitudes about mental disorders.

Kelly Nicole Brice Hendrix College
Jessica Laure Bonumwezi Hendrix College

5. The effects of guided meditation on stress.

James Swafford Texas A & M University - San Antonio

6. Assessing the relationships and influence between math anxiety and math self-efficacy.
Marion Elizabeth Blake Texas A & M University - Kingsville

SWPA Graduate Research Competition

Friday, 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Chaired by

Fair Park 1

1. Sex differences in jealousy: Twenty years later.

Tiffany Marie Wierzbicki University of Central Arkansas
2. Women’s fertility status alters other women’s jealousy and mate guarding.

Ashalee C. Hurst Texas Tech University

3. Impact of received social support on relationship satisfaction in Bipolar Disorder.

Grace Boyers Southern Methodist University
4. Latent semantic similarity in initial computer-mediated interactions.

Vivian Ta University of Texas - Arlington

SCBNA Paper Session I

Friday, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Chaired by Perry Fuchs (University of Texas - Arlington)

Art District 4

1. Gi-protein activation in VPM can reduce sensory and affective pain in rats.

Jennifer Strand University of Texas-Arlington

Crystal Stinson University of Texas-Arlington

Mohong Deng University of Texas-Arlington
Yuan Bo Peng University of Texas-Arlington

Larry Bellinger University of Texas-Arlington

Phillip Kramer University of Texas-Arlington

2. Electrical stimulation of the trigeminal nerve to determine the local field potential in the
VPM.

Akshay Parchure University of Texas-Arlington

Jennifer Strand University of Texas-Arlington

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Yuan Bo Peng University of Texas-Arlington

3. Assessing acute pain on decision-making in a Rat Gambling Task (RGT).
Celina Salcido University of Texas - Arlington

Perry Fuchs University of Texas - Arlington

4. Retrosplenial cortex lesions inhibit the formation of female preferences in male prairie

voles. Michael Leonid Viacheslavov University of Texas - Austin

Psi Chi Paper Session II

Friday, 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Chaired by Danielle Umland (University of Central Arkansas)

Fair Park 2

1. Color, attire, & leadership: Are preschooler-oriented cartoons gender stereotypical?

Sara Guarino St. Mary's University
2. The relationship between narcissism, self-esteem, and bullying in middle school.

Carley Owen University of Central Arkansas

3. Altering state self-esteem by using video games and traditional block tasks.

Morgan Jade Koen Texas Wesleyan University
Kristina Michelle Herd Texas Wesleyan University

Mouj Mahdi Saheb Texas Wesleyan University

SAMR Special Session

Friday, 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Chaired by

Katy Trail

1. A brief history of the Society for Applied Multivariate Research.

Charles A. Burdsal Wichita State University

Ira H. Bernstein University of Texas Southwestern

Jeffrey B. Brookings Wittenberg University
Jeanne P. Burdsal Wichita State University

Linda S. Hynan UT Southwestern Medical Center - Dallas

Dennis L. Jackson University of Windsor

Roger E. Kirk Baylor University

SCBNA Business Meeting
Friday, 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Chaired by
Art District 4

Psi Chi Poster Session / SWPA Awards Showcase
Friday, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Chaired by Danielle Umland (University of Central Arkansas)

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Trinity 4-8

1. Using cues of genetic quality as currency in a decision task. (SWPA Showcase)

Kevin L Kenney Fort Hays State University
2. A dismantling study of the Partners for Change Outcome Management System. (SWPA

Showcase)

Cindy Mikeal University of Central Arkansas

3. Interference between numerical and physical size in visual search for numbers. (SWPA
Showcase)

Brittany Simmons University of Central Arkansas

Blair Anthony Wilson University of Central Arkansas

Nikolas Georg Sieg University of Central Arkansas
4. Effects of discriminatory job interview questions and interviewer gender on organizational

attractiveness. (SWPA Showcase)

Michaela Fisher Missouri State University

5. Delay discounting for money and relationships: A look across four domains. (SWPA
Showcase)

Kassidy Margrave University of Central Arkansas

Sarah Danielle Verser University of Central Arkansas

6. Evaluating education and other influential factors on the perceptions of influenza
vaccinations. (SWPA Showcase)

Shalynn Mills University of Central Arkansas

7. The effects of hair color on implicit and explicit stereotypes. (SWPA Showcase)

Shelby Darlene Woodsmall Missouri State University
8. An examination of gender roles and perceived gender roles (Psi Chi Competition)

Hannah Elizabeth Barnett LeTourneau University

9. Race and the Confederate flag: Correlation analysis of implicit and explicit attitudes. (Psi

Chi Competition) University of Central Arkansas
Daryl Elgin Swinson

Juli Ragan University of Central Arkansas

Thomas Read Hendrix College
10. The effect of childhood quality on outcomes during the college years. (Psi Chi Competition)

Alyssa Gonzalez Texas A & M University - College Station

11. Combining embedded clauses with verbs on the way to ToM (Psi Chi Competition)

Alexandra Gittings Texas A & M University - Corpus Christi
Evan Francis Pirog Texas A & M University - Corpus Christi

12. Get to work! Encouraging academic engagement in undergraduates. (Psi Chi Competition)

Kelli Nicole Wierzbicki University of Central Arkansas

13. Get in the lab: Research as a key factor in graduate admittance. (Psi Chi Competition)
Christina Ozanich University of Central Arkansas

14. Influences of financial behaviors in college students. (Psi Chi Competition)

Kirsten Rae Young University of Central Arkansas

Caleb N. Taylor University of Central Arkansas
15. The anxiety of cell phones and the benefits of nature. (Psi Chi Competition)

Nikki Renee Howard Southeastern Oklahoma State University

16. Music and memory: Producing false memories with elating music. (Psi Chi Competition)

Michael J. Aguilar-Moreno Stephen F. Austin State University

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