Fielding has a massive presence at the American Psychological Association’s 2019 conference, which takes place in Chicago from August 8-11. From our booth and party to our awards, symposia and roundtable discussions, we hope you’ll swing by to meet and hear from Fielding School of Psychology students, alumni and faculty.
Fielding will have a booth at the conference August 8-10. Come visit Erica Fichter, director of Recruitment, at #215!
Jerri Lynn Hogg, PhD
- Fielding hosts a 45th Anniversary Gathering 7:30 – 9 pm Friday, Aug. 9, at Woven + Bound Restaurant, Marriott Marquis Chicago, 2121 South Prairie Ave. Join your Fielding colleagues to enjoy a time of socializing, making new connections and renewing friendships. SPACE IS LIMITED. Registration required by Aug. 2.
- Division 46, The Society for Media Psychology and Technology, hosts a social event 6-9 pm Aug. 9 at Keith House, 1900 S. Prairie Ave. All Media Psychology students, alumni, and prospective students are encouraged to attend.
June Wilson, Monica Robbins, and Jerri Lynn Hogg present Fake News and Misinformation–Why It Has Spread and Why It Matters, 9 am Aug. 8, McCormick Place, Room W192a.
- Faculty member Kristine Jacquin and Clinical Psychology doctoral student Erinn Cameron present Global Systemic Violence and Human Rights Violations – Empowering Women, 11 am -12:50 pm Aug. 8, McCormick Place/Room W183b Level 1–West Building.
- Angela Patterson, Lisa Swain, Adam Baldowski, and Jerri Lynn Hogg present Finding a New Religion-Exploring Social Media Alternatives for Religious Answers, 10 am Aug. 8, McCormick Place, Room W192c
- Melody Stotler, Aunna Bollman, Aiden Hirshfield, Sheila Turner, Gabrielle Loehr, and Karen Dill-Shackleford present Media Representation of Stigmatized Communities-Past, Present, and Future, noon Aug. 8, McCormick Place, Room W475b
Alum Aiden Hirshfield
- Jerri Lynn Hogg and Mary Poffenroth present a Special PsychCareers Live Event, Landing Your First Academic Position, 1 pm Aug. 8, Expo Hall on PsychCareer Stage
- Sarah Grimmer and Joan Read, Cannabis in Addiction Treatment: Rationale and Results, 2 pm Aug. 8, McCormick Place/Room W178a Level 1–West Building
- Tatyana El-Kour, Dorothy Andrews, Sean Thoennes, and Jerri Lynn Hogg present Will Adopting AI Technologies Bring More Benefit or Create Chaos for Psychologists?, 9 am Aug. 10, McCormick Place, Room W180
- Kimberly Rust, Jenny Nosker and Joan Read, Cannabis Through the Lifespan; A Molecule for All Seasons, 11 am Aug. 10, McCormick Place/Room W178a Level 1–West Building
- Jerri Lynn Hogg presents Kids, Teens, and Screens: Maximizing Benefits, Minimizing Drawbacks, 9 am Aug. 11, McCormick Place, Room W176b
- Clinical Psychology faculty April Harris-Britt presents 3289 Collective, Cross-Generational Advocacy, 4 pm Aug. 10, McCormick Place/Room W175a Level 1–West Building
- Clinical Psychology faculty Konjit Page presents This Rainbow Is Far from Enuf: Skills for QTPOC Navigating through White LGBT Spaces in Psychology, 9 am Aug. 11, McCormick Place, Room W186b, Level 1-West Building.
Konjit Page, PhD
- Clinical Psychology faculty Konjit Page, I See You Sis: Obtaining and Promoting Visibility for Black Female Psychologists, 3 pm Aug. 8, McCormick Place/Room S105bc Level 1–South Building
- Konjit Page,Working across Black and White: Navigating Interracial Professional Relationships, 9 am Aug. 9, McCormick Place/Room S105bc Level 1–South Building
Emerging Leaders Session
Media Psychology student Maria Sanchez, Giving Psychology Away: Using Media to Your Advantage, 1 pm Aug. 10, psycCareers Live. This session will focus on how psychologists can use various forms of media (talk radio, podcasts, blogging, traditional news outlets, etc.) to “give psychology away.” The use of media to share your expertise as well as promote your practice or career will be discussed. Useful tips will be provided, such as how to build your presence as an expert, ways to think
about your audience, creating a good story and soundbite, maintaining realistic expectations, and the importance of obtaining formal training
Aakre, C., & Jacquin, K. M. Polyphenols and diet, vitamin supplementation, and antipsychotics for future treatment of schizophrenia.
Bancroft, M. L., & Jacquin, K. M. Personality predictors of domestic violence in male and female law enforcement candidates.
Bhattacharya, G., Hernon, J., Kopeck, K., & Jacquin, K. M. Gender inequality predicts crimes against women across countries.
Boyle, E. J., & Jacquin, K. M. MMPI-2 schizophrenia subscales predict inappropriate weapon use among police officer candidates.
Camacho, N., D., Cuff, J. A. N., & Jacquin, K. M. Application of pharmacogenomics to psychotropic prescribing practices.
Cameron, E. C., Hemingway, S. L., & Jacquin, K. M. Medical cannabis: Delivery methods and symptom relief.
Cardinalli, J., & Jacquin, K. M. Juror gender and victim alcohol use impact juror decisions in a domestic violence trial.
Crawford, C. D., Davis, A. S., & Jacquin, K. M. Childhood emotional neglect predicts adult self-efficacy.
Crawford, C. D., Lanaville, D. Y., & Jacquin, K. M. Multiple types of childhood maltreatment predict adult sexual perpetration.
Cureton, S. & Murphy, E. A scene from shared experience and personality in arthouse theaters.
Davis, T. K., Lawrence, C., Berger, J., & Jacquin, K. M. Severe weather PTSD and phobia symptoms do not differ based on region of the country.
Duffy, J. L., & Jacquin, K. M. Jurors in a child sexual abuse trial are more influenced by pre-trial attitudes than case variables.
Duong, J., Lawrence, C., Cunningham, F., Coleman, L., & Jacquin, K. M. Age predicts weather-trauma-related posttraumatic growth.
Fernandez, Y., Nava, K., & Jacquin, K. M. Juror bias involving intellectual disability in a capital trial.
Gilstrap, D. L., & Jacquin, K. M. Stigma and its impact on service members’ desire to seek treatment.
Green, J., & Jacquin, K. M. Borderline and antisocial characteristics predict police officers’ procedural and conduct mistakes.
Green, J., Tschida, S. L., Peskosky, E. C., Tatum, M. M., & Jacquin, K. M. Family factors predict police officers’ first year job performance.
Hamilton-Thomas, P. A., Allen, D., Davis, A. S., & Jacquin, K. M. Marital status and spirituality moderate the relationship between childhood trauma and self-efficacy.
Hamilton-Thomas, P. A., Moore, L. R., & Jacquin, K. M. Attachment styles do not mediate the relationship between ACEs and self-destructive behaviors.
Hand, E., Gilstrap, D., & Jacquin, K. M. Intrusive thoughts and ruminations in individuals with severe weather phobia and PTSD.
Harris-Britt, April. Healing and Resilience for People and Communities of Color. (11 am Aug. 9, McCormick Place/Hall F Level 3–West Building)
Hemingway, S. L., Cameron, E. C., & Jacquin, K. M. Predicting problematic police conduct with MMPI-2 and PAI assessments.
Hemingway, S. L., Cameron, E. C., Lanaville, D. Y., & Jacquin, K. M. Childhood maltreatment subtypes predict adult psychopathic personality traits.
Hernon, J. L., Karolia, A., & Jacquin, K. M. Women and men are equally accurate in their judgments of peers’ acceptance of violence.
Hui, S., Cherry, J., & Mizock, L. Women’s preferred terminology to describe their serious mental illness.
Hull, A., Ormerod, A.J., Gilbert, B., & Silverman, M. The role of life satisfaction in mental health and adolescent delinquent behavior.
Jacquin, K. M., Hatcher, S. L., Detrick, S. M., Fry, K., Gonzales, J., Green, J., Mackay, S., Otto, J., Raja, K. C., Shoemaker, C., & Tompkins, H. Psychology ethics code applied to everyday life (noon Friday, Division 9, McCormick Place, Level 3-West Building, Hall F A-1).
Karolia, A., Connors-Beron, K. R., Pavlus, J., & Jacquin, K. M. Comorbidity of severe weather phobia and other anxiety disorders.
Lawrence, C., & Jacquin, K. M. Reducing risk factors for PTSD in military service members.
Long, B. I., Cunningham, F. J., Fernandez, D., & Jacquin, K. M. Greater challenge to core beliefs following severe weather trauma increases posttraumatic growth.
Lynch, S. N., Gilstrap, D. L., & Jacquin, K. M. Overprediction of severe weather threat increases risk of weather-related PTSD.
Midgette, S. R., & Jacquin, K. M. Lower levels of anxiety and shyness predict excessive force complaints against police officers.
Mojdara, P. M., & Jacquin, K. M. Depression, suicidal ideation, and anxiety as predictors of police inappropriate use of a weapon.
Norris, C., & Jacquin, K. M. Complainant and defendant alcohol consumption biases deliberating jurors’ decisions in a rape trial.
Nosker, J., and Read, J. Parsimonious Treatment of Epilepsy and Depression in Childhood.
Patel, M., & Jacquin, K. M. Victim and defendant sexual orientation and victim gender impact jury decisions in a rape trial.
Pavlus, J., & Jacquin, K. M. The need for validation research for pharmacogenetic tests for psychotropic medication.
Peskosky, E. C., Tschida, S. L., Loya, K. M., Dockery, R., & Jacquin, K. M. Poor decision-making, reckless impulsivity, and emotional instability increase police misconduct.
Petersen, N. W., Peskosky, E. C., & Jacquin, K. M. Inhibition of aggression predicts more complaints of racial bias against police officers.
Prompongsatorn Farrant, Jo Ann; Riley, Julie; Rose, Georgia; & Mizock, Lauren. An Action Research Training Model with Graduate Students (11-11:50 am Thursday, McCormick Place Hall F)
Rose, M., DeMartini, L., LaMar, K., Stringer, J., & Mizock, L. Relational resilience: Intimate and romantic relationship experiences of women with serious mental illness.
Ryan-Posthumus, Meghann. Bereavement Posting on Facebook as a Tool to Build Resiliency (12-12:50 pm Saturday, Division 46/Media Psychology & Technology, McCormick Place Hall F)
Quick, B., Karolia, A., & Jacquin, K. M. Family history of anxiety disorder increases risk of weather phobia, PTSD, and posttraumatic growth.
Rehfeld, S. M., Cameron, E. C., & Jacquin, K. M. Cognitive appraisal, stress tolerance, and self-esteem predict emotional control in police officers.
Rehfeld, S. M., Cameron, E. C., & Jacquin, K. M. Cynicism, stress, and cognitive depression predict negative self-concept in police officer recruits.
Roberson, B. L., Peskosky, E. C., Tschida, S. T., & Jacquin, K. M. Military experience does not predict first year police officer performance.
Roberson, B. L., Peskosky, E. C., Tschida, S. T., & Jacquin, K. M. Predictors of first-year police performance differ for military veterans and non-veterans.
Salmonsen., J., Smith, S., & Mizock, L. A qualitative study of the family treatment of women with serious mental illness.
Smith, S., Davis, A. S., & Jacquin, K. M. Treatment seeking behavior for childhood maltreatment and trauma by ethnic background.
Summers, H. N., Rehfeld, S. M., Davis, A. S., & Jacquin, K. M. Emotional abuse and emotional neglect during childhood increase negative self-perceptions.
Tajes, J., Davis, A. S., Jacquin, K. M. Difficulties engaging in goal-directed behavior and controlling impulses predict low social support.
Thomason, C. A., Karolia, A., & Jacquin, K. M. Alcohol problems predict PTSD and posttraumatic growth following severe weather trauma.
Tschida, S. L., Peskosky, E. C., Green, J. E., & Jacquin, K. M. Family and duty: The benefits of social support on police work.
Turner, S., & Jacquin, K. M. The potential impact of trauma-informed schools on the school-to-prison pipeline.
Williams, B., Hunter, D., Gomez, S., Lynch, S. N., & Jacquin, K. M. Parental incarceration, childhood victimization, and social support predict adult aggression.
Zilberfayn, I., and Read, J. Genetic and Cultural Predisposition to Alcohol Misuse in Russian and Ukrainian Populations.