November Graduate Student Accomplishments

Peer Reviewed Publications:

Lingfei Tang
 Johnson, E. L., Tang, L., Yin, Q., Asano E., Ofen, N. (2018). Direct brain recordings reveal prefrontal cortex dynamics of memory development. Science Advances.

Progovac, L., Rakhlin, N. V., Angell, W., Liddane, R., Tang, L., & Ofen, N. (2018). Neural correlates of syntax and proto-syntax: evolutionary dimension. Frontiers in Psychology,9, 2415.

Andrew Tenbrink and Georgia LaMarre
Brown, S. G., Tenbrink, A. P., & LaMarre, G. (2019). Performance while distracted: The effect of cognitive styles and working memory.  Personality and Individual Differences, 138, 380-384

Lama Hassoun Ayoub
Sugarman, D. B., Nation, M., Yuan, N. P., Kuperminc, G. P., Hassoun Ayoub, L., & Hamby, S. (2018). Hate and violence: Addressing discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Psychology of Violence, 8(6), 649-656.

Michael Schwendeman, Caitlynn Reich, Andrew Tenbrink, and Sydney Siver
Speer, A. B., Schwendeman, M. G., Reich, C. C., Tenbrink, A. P., & Siver, S. R. (in press). Investigating the Construct Validity of Performance Comments: Creation of the Great Eight Narrative Dictionary. Journal of Business and Psychology, available online.

Dana Albright and Nick Seivert
Syzmanski, T., Casey, R.J., Cano, A., Johnson, A.R., Albright, D. & Seivert, N.P. Dog training intervention shows social-cognitive change in the journals of incarcerated youth, Frontiers of Veterinary Medicine, 5(302), 1-19. doi 10.3389/fvets.2018.00302

Note. First author Tiffany Syzmanski is a recent honors psychology undergrad at WSU

Jessica Hayes and Ray Viviano
van Rooden S, van den Berg-Huysmans AA, Croll PH, Labadie G, Hayes JM, Viviano RP, van der Grond J, Rombouts SA, Damoiseaux JS, (2018). Subjective cognitive decline is associated with greater white matter hyperintensity volume. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 1-12.

Julia Briskin
Sbarra, D. A., Briskin, J. L., & Slatcher, R. B. (in press). Smartphones and close relationships: The case for an evolutionary mismatch. Perspectives on Psychological Science.

White Paper Publication:
Young, S., Glazer, J., & Siver, S. (2018). Problem Employees: Identify and manage them before they impact your business and career. White paper, published by Center for Creative Leadership, Greensboro, NC.

Conference Talks:

Chela Wallin
Wallin CM., & Brummelte S. (2018). Improving Translational Animal Models of Perinatal Drug Exposure" A “mentor-mentee" talk presented at the International Perinatal Brain and Behavior Network Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Bethany Pester
Pester, B. The social context of pain: Do empathic responses from loved ones reduce acute pain? The 1st Annual Michigan Health Psychology Symposium. (Livonia, MI, November 2018).
*Talk won $75 award


Poster Presentations:

Chela Wallin: International Society of Developmental Psychobiology.  San Diego, CA.

Bre Helmers: Society for the Scientific Study for Sexuality.  Montreal, Quebec.

Shannon Clark (2 posters): Obesity Week Conference.  Nashville, TN.

Hannah Holmes: poster accepted to Society of Behavioral Medicine Conference. Washington DC.


Masters Defense

Rebecca Campbell: Memory Performance Indexes from the Fuld Object Memory Evaluation in Centenarians and Octogenarians.


Dissertation Defense

Kelsey Sala-Hamrick: The Protective Role of Parenting Behaviors in the Development of African American Adolescents

 
Other Accomplishments

Kelsey Sala-Hamrick was awarded the Outstanding Student Contributions Award by the Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers (APAHC).

Sarah Patrick, Ciara Cannoy, Danny Mulligan, Shaylin Excell, Bridget Murphy, and Bethany Pester (representing the Clinical Psychology GSO) volunteered to provide depression screening for Detroit's homeless population at the Northeast Guidance Center's Day of Restoration.  The students provided mental health screening and counseling resources to over 118 men and women.

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