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THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 2018

8:00-9:50am

1033 Symposium: Psychedelics and Psychology—New Developments in Research and Practice

Moscone Center, Level Three-South Building, Room 306; Divisions: 55, 28

• Co-chairs: Cristina L. Magalhaes, PhD, and Adam Snider, MA

• Participants: Alicia Danforth, PhD, MDMA-Assisted Therapy for Social

Anxiety in Autistic Adults, Adele LaFrance, PhD, Psychedelics and Mental Health: A Study of Psychological Mechanisms of Therapeutic Action, Gabby Agin-Liebes, BA, Mechanisms of Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy for Existential Distress Associated with Cancer, Beatriz Labate, PhD and Clancy Cavnar, PsyD, An Examination of Psychological Healing with Ayahuasca, Adam Snider, MA, A Guide to Ayahuasca-Related Clinical Issues for Mental-Health Practitioners

• Discussant: Stanley Krippner, PhD

9:00-9:50am

1071 Poster Session: Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 44

Exploring Multiple Minority Stress in Latinx Gay and Bisexual Men. Vinisha Rana, MA, Itzel Anaya, BA, Michael A. Richards, MS, Predair M. Robinson, PhD, and Kimberly F. Balsam, PhD (J-5)

Self-Identified Bisexual Men: Identity, Rejection Sensitivity, and Sexual-Risk Behavior. Dottie M. Gill, BA, Predair M. Robinson, PhD, Michael A. Richards, MS, Kenneth Dowling, BA, and Kimberly F. Balsam, PhD (J-6)

Demographics, Relationship Satisfaction, and Mental Health Among LGB Military Couples. Elizabeth N. Savarese, BA, and Kimberly F. Balsam, PhD and Wyatt R. Evans, PhD, (K-7)

9:00-10:50am and 10:00-10:50am

1090 Symposium: Can Racism Be Treated Therapeutically? Answers from the Next Generation of Psychologists, Moscone Center, Level Two-South Building, Room 216

• Chair: Graham S. Danzer, PsyD,

• Participants: Andrea M. Che, PhD , Racism Can Be Treated: An Exploration of an Integrative Approach and Client Motivation, Apryl Alexander, PsyD, Examining Approaches to Addressing Racism and Implicit Bias: Will They Work in Therapy? Jessica M. Martin, PsyD, Treating Racism: Pathways and Practices, Christopher McMullen, BA, The Neuroscience of Racism and Its Treatment: An Integrative Exploration, Sharon Malinowski, MA, The Treatment of Racism: Incorporating the Immediate and Broader Environment

10:00-10:50am

1117 Poster Session: Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Challenges Among People of Color, Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 45

Cultural Assessment of Risk for Suicide: A Screener. Brandon Hoeflein, MS, Joyce Chu, PhD, and Peter Goldblum, PhD, Dorothy Espelage, PhD, Jordan Davis, PhD, and Bruce Bongar, PhD (F-7)

11:00-11:50am

1141 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 12

Relationships between Cortisol and Five Factors of Depression. Michael S. Creekpaum, MA, Elizabeth W.M. Choi, MS, and Emma L. Lucas, MSW, MPH, Jennifer Keller, PhD, and Alan Schatzberg, MD, and Rowena Gomez, PhD (D-11)

1152 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 27

Building Bridges: Promoting Relational Success in Parents Experiencing Homelessness. Thomas A. Brewer, MS, Celeste H. Poe, MA, Sita G. Patel, PhD, and Vilma Reyes, PsyD

1158 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 37

Postpartum Depression Risk and Antenatal Attachment: The Role of Negative Mood Regulation. Celeste H. Poe, MA, Mercedes P. Palacios, MA, and Alinne Barrera, PhD (L-10)

1192 Symposium: Tribal Connections— Development of Paraprofessional Certificate Program Competencies Moscone Center, Level 3-West Building, Room 3010; Division: 27

• Co-chairs: Bruce Bongar, PhD and Casmir Agbaraji, PhD

• Participants: Kellylynn Zuni, BA, Community Engagement and Competency Development, Rebekah Jazdzewski, BA, Assessment Process, Marissa Eusebio, BA, Community Assessment Scoring, Paola M. Mendoza-Rivera, BA, BS, Community Engagement

• Discussants: Lisa M. Brown, PhD, and Peter Goldblum, PhD

12:00-12:50pm

1209 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 56

Immigrant Survivors of Torture: Changes in Coping Before and After Migration. Vanessa K. Ma, MS, MA, Sita G. Patel, PhD, Rehan Sheikh, BA, Lisa M. Brown, PhD, Robert E. Wickham, PhD, and Jorge Wong, PhD (H-4)

1:00-2:50pm and 1:00-4:50pm

1269 Continuing Education Workshop #115: Dazed and Confused? Finding Your Way When CBT with Youth Doesn’t Work Like a Textbook. Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel, Fourth Floor-Tower 3, Union Square Room 21

• Leader: Robert D. Friedberg, PhD

2:00-2:50pm

1293 Poster Session: Diversity and Intersectionality in Women’s Experiences and Well-Being Across the Lifespan, Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 35

Feminism and Psychological Well-Being among U.S. Latina Women. Mariah L. Beltran, BS, Mariya C. Wolff, MS, and Janice Habarth, PhD (M-8)

3:00-3:50pm

1350 Poster Session: Ethnicity Moderates Subjective Caregivers’ Rating of Cognition on Objective Performance in Dementia. Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 40

Elizabeth W.M. Choi, MS, Flora Ma, BS, Cynthia Becker, MA, and Rowena Gomez, PhD (F-6)

Cultural Differences in the Trail-Making Test Part B. Brian A. Maruyama, MS, Joyce Chu, PhD, Emily Robinette, PhD, Michelle Lin, BA, and Rowena Gomez, PhD (H-8)

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2018

8:00-8:50am

1355 Symposium: Radical Healing in Communities of Color—Healing the Wounds of Systemic Racism, Moscone Center, Level 2-West Building, Room 2006; Divisions: 45, 27

• Chair: Bryana H. French, PhD, University of Saint Thomas

• Participants: Jioni A. Lewis, PhD, and Bryana H. French, PhD, Foundations of Radical Healing, Nayeli Y. Chavez-Dueñas, PhD, and Hector Y. Adames, PsyD, A Psychology of Radical Healing: Resistance, Critical Consciousness, and Hope Della V. Mosley, MS, and Grace Chen, PhD, Recommendations for Applying a Radical Healing Framework

• Discussant: Helen A. Neville, PhD

8:00-8:50am

2020 Symposium: Black Ethnics—Educational, Identity, and Occupational Outcomes of Black Immigrants, Moscone Center, Level 2-West Building, Room 2014; Divisions: 45, 17

• Chair: Teceta T. Tormala, PhD

• Participants: Barbara Thelamour, PhD, Black Immigrant Peer Relationships: Implications for Educational Outcomes, Carla Hunter, PhD, Being Ethnic in a Racial World: Implications for Identity and Well-Being, Teceta T. Tormala, PhD , Disparities in the Employability of African Americans and Black Immigrants

8:00-9:50am

2042 Symposium: Beyond the Binary— Psychology’s Evolving Understanding of LGBTQ+ Issues, Moscone Center, Upper Mezzanine-South Building, Room 154

• Chair: Jacy L. Young, PhD

• Participants: Katherine Hubbard, PhD, Los Angeles to London: From Ink Blots to Liberation, Phillip Hammack, PhD, The Twenty-First Century Revolution in Gender and Sexual Diversity: Notes From the Field, Tania Israel, PhD, Promoting Bisexual Mental Health in California, Charlotte Tate, PhD, The Gender and Sexuality iOS: Rebooting Our Scholarly Operating System Away From Heteronormativity, Peter Hegarty, PhD, Deferring the Psychology of Intersex for the Future: A Brief History, Kimberly F. Balsam, PhD, LGBTQ Psychology: Past, Present, and Future

9:00-9:50am

2086 Poster Session: To Deviate Is Normal: Abnormal Neuropsychological Scores Are Common in Pediatric Baseline Testing.  Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 40

Jessica Watson, BS, Colin Brown, BA, Rachel Santiago, BS, and Rayna Hirst, PhD (M-4)

Ecological Validity of the Hospital Simple Executive Task Test in a Safety Net Hospital. Kacey Marton, MS, Christina Weyer Jamora, PhD, and Ricardo F. Muñoz, PhD (M-7)

Correlation between Limbic System and Depression Using a 5-Factor Hamilton Depression Rating Scale. Emma L. Lucas, MSW, MPH, Elizabeth W.M. Choi, MS, Cynthia Becker, MA, Michael S. Creekpaum, MA, Catherine Escher, BA, Stephanie A. Spies-Upton, MA, Jennifer Keller, PhD, and Rowena Gomez, PhD (N-8)

9:00-9:50am

2086 Poster Session: Cognition Versus Psychotic Symptoms on Disability in Older Patients with Schizophrenia.

Nicole A. Salman, MA, Beate Davis, MS, Wendy Packman, JD, PhD, and Rowena Gomez, PhD (O-2)

Pharmaceutical Treatments, Cognition, and Euthymia in Bipolar Disorder.

Michael Huddleson, MA, BA, Garima Jhingon, MS, Selvi Paulraj, MS, Sadie Shin, MS, Sonakshi Arora, BA, and Rowena Gomez, PhD (O-12)

9:00-9:50am

2092 Symposium: Internationalizing Psychology Teaching—Whether, Why, and How, Moscone Center, Level 2-West Building, Room 2008; Divisions: 52, 2

• Co-chairs: Grant J. Rich, PhD, Juneau, AK, and Uwe P. Gielen, PhD

• Participants: Grant J. Rich, PhD, Uwe P. Gielen, PhD, and Harold Takooshian, PhD, Internationalizing Our Psychology Courses: How and Why, Andrés J. Consoli, PhD, Brigitte Khoury, PhD, Kelly Whaling, MA, Mercedes Fernandez Oromendia, MA, and Sariah Daouk, MA, Teaching and Training in Clinical and Counseling Psychology: Advancing International Perspectives, Judith L. Gibbons, PhD, Katelyn E. Poelker, PhD, and Regina M. Fanjul, MA, Adding International and Cultural Content to the Adolescent Psychology, Michael H. Bond, PhD, Stumbling Into Culture: Another Canadian Psychologist Discovers a World Beyond His Borders

• Discussant: Walter J. Lonner, PhD

10:00-10:50am

2123 Poster Session: Ways of Healing for People and Communities of Color, Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 45

It Takes a Village: The Effect of Peer and Adult Influences on African American Boys. Amardeep S. Khahra, MS, BA, and Alvin Thomas, PhD (I-10)

2129 Poster Session: Building International Partnerships for Psychology, People, and the Planet–Part 1. Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Divisions: 52, 17, Viewing the Global Mental Health Treatment Gap Through a Cost-Benefit Lens. Rachel G. Bacigalupi, BS, and Rebekah Jazdzewski, BA, Lori Holleran, PhD, CA, Maryke Van Zyl, MA, and Bruce Bongar, PhD (L-3)

Closing the Global Mental Health Treatment Gap: Adaptions for Fewer Resources. Rebekah Jazdzewski, BA, Rachel G. Bacigalupi, BS, Lori Holleran, PhD, Maryke Van Zyl, MA, and Bruce Bongar, PhD, (L-4)

10:00-11:50am

2143 Symposium: Research and Early Career Awards Ceremony, Moscone Center, Level 2-West Building, Room 2005; Division: 40

• Co-chairs: Scott A. Sperling, PsyD and Douglas M. Whiteside, PhD

• Participants: Elizabeth W.M. Choi, MS, Ethnicity Moderates Subjective Caregivers’ Ratings of Cognition on Objective Performance in Dementia

2154 Symposium: Mentorship in Action— A Psychodrama Approach to Mentorship Within the QPOC Community,

Moscone Center, Upper Mezzanine-South Building, Room 154

• Cochairs: Anyaliese D. Hancock-Smith, PhD and Todd R. Avellar, PhD

• Participants: Leticia Nieto, PsyD, Guiding Tales: Mentorship in Our Path, James Garcia, PhD and Serenity Sersecion, PhD, The Client Said What? Working with Supervisees Who Have Experienced a Micro-aggression from a Client, Michael Mobley, PhD and Nadine Nakamura, PhD, Managing Boundaries, Ethics, and Personal Desires in Working with Gay Youth, Eduardo Morales, PhD and Marcos Briano, PhD, Navigating Intersecting Identities Through Uncharted Territories

11:00-11:50am

2185 Poster Session: Health Disparities, Stress, Child Health, Chronic Pain, Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 38

Moderating Effects of Coping on Perceived Stress and Mental Health Outcomes in a Cardiac Population. Holly George, MA and Valerie Hoover, PhD (N-7)

2192 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Divisions: 50, 28

Trends of Conjoint Alcohol and Marijuana Use of Incoming College Freshman. Micah Shields, MS, Robert E. Wickham, PhD, Christopher M. Weaver, PhD, David E. Reed, MS, and Amie Haas, PhD (B-7)

The Relationship between Social Anxiety and Alcohol Use in Lesbian and Bisexual Women. Jenna King, PhD, Amie Haas, PhD, Janice Habarth, PhD, Robert E. Wickham, PhD, and Charlotte L. Beard, MS (C-6)

12:00-12:50pm

2200 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 12

An Analysis of Gaps in Diversity and Competencies in Common Suicide Prevention Trainings. Shikha Saggi, BS, Lorna Chiu, BA, and Gabriel H. Corpus, MA, Mego Lien, MPH, and Zinat Mohamed, BA, and Joyce Chu, PhD (C-5)

Cultural Variations in Method and Location of Suicide. Lorna Chiu, BA, Gabriel H. Corpus, MA, and Shikha Saggi, BS, Mego Lien, MPH, and Joyce Chu, PhD, (C-8)

12:00-12:50pm

2201 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 19

Effect of Unhealthy Leadership Behavior on Army Unit Cohesion. Katie J. Carlson, BA, Alexander J. Erickson, BA, Brian C. Kok, MS, Robert E. Wickham, PhD, and Lisa M. Brown, PhD (D-11)

12:00-12:50pm

2205 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 56

Impacts of Torture and Witnessing Torture on PTSD, Depression, and Anxiety of North Korean Defectors. Minsu Kim, BA, and Lisa M. Brown, PhD (I-1)

4:00-4:50pm

2289 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 43

Associations of Sexual Coercion with Relationship Satisfaction and Mental Health. Eimee Villanueva, PhD (M-6)

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 2018

8:00-8:50am

3019 Symposium: Queering Ethics—The Intersectionality of Ethics, Laws, and Queer Identity Moscone Center, Level Three-South Building, Room 312; Divisions: 44, 24, 41, 45

• Chair: Khashayar Farhadi Langroudi, PsyD

• Participants: F. Myron Hays, PhD, Making Space in the Closet: Training, Education, and Practice Issues with Disclosing Sexual Orientation, Matthew D. Skinta, PhD, Ethical Supervision in the Grindr Era: Providing Guidance to Supervisee Using Apps, Sara Nasserzadeh, PhD, Subjective Reporting of Ethical Dilemmas by Therapists Working with LGBTQI+ Clients

9:00-9:50am

3059 Symposium: Hurricane Maria’s Effect on Puerto Rican’s Recovery, Well-Being, and Health, Moscone Center, Level 3-West Building, Room 3002; Divisions: 9, 29, 32, 43, 56

• Co-chairs: Paola M. Mendoza-Rivera, BA, BS, and Lisa M. Brown, PhD

• Participants: Daniel Dodgen, PhD, All Disasters Are Local: How Federal Resources Support the Response to National Emergencies, Frances Boulon, PhD, Mental Health Crisis: How Hurricane María Threatened to Destroy the Mental Health of Puerto Ricans, Angely Piazza-Rodrıguez, BA, Disjunction in Puerto Rican Families: Aftermath of Hurricane, María Isabel Unanue, MPH, Community Resilience Born in the Wake of Hurricane María

• Discussant: Lisa M. Brown, PhD

9:00-9:50am

3081 Symposium: LGBT POC Moving Through Multiple Minority Stress Toward Social Justice, Moscone Center, Level 3-West Building, Room 3009; Divisions: 44, 32, 35, 45, APAGS

• Cochairs: Carlton E. Green, PhD, and Cliff Yung-Chi Chen, PhD

• Participants: Jacqueline E. Hyman, MEd, Jessica L. David, MEd, and Quillian Murphy, MS and Kerrie G. Wilkins-Yel, PhD, MA, Stripes, and Rainbows: QPOC in Trump’s America, Tangela S. Roberts, PhD, Black + Queer + Activist: Exploring the Psychological Impact of Activism on Black LGBT Individuals, Staci Ouch, BS, and Bonnie Moradi, PhD, Coping Efficacy, Cognitive-Affective Components of Expectations of Stigma, and Distress in LGBT POC

• Discussant: Kimberly F. Balsam, PhD

9:00-9:50am

3082 Symposium: A Tribute to the Godfather of Black Psychology—Dr. Joseph L. White, Moscone Center, Level 2-West Building, Room 2016; Divisions: 45, 17, 26, 29, APAGS

• Cochairs: Terence Patterson, EdD, and Lisa D. White, PhD

• Participant: Michael Connor, PhD, My Colleague and Friend, Dr. Joe White

• Discussants: William Parham, PhD, and Kaleen Carimbocas, MA

10:00-10:50am

3137 Poster Session: Theory and Research on Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 45

Addressing Mental Health Disparities in Latinx Farmworkers: A Mobile Option. Jazmin A. Llamas, BA, and Ricardo F. Muñoz, PhD (C-3)

Black and Immigrant in America: Ethnic Misidentification, Acculturation, and Psychological Distress. Annette V. Clarke, PhD (C-13)

10:00-10:50am

3137 Poster Session: Immigrant Youth Academic Outcomes and Self-Efficacy: A Program Evaluation of Soccer Without Borders. William M. Firmender, PhD, Sita G. Patel, PhD, and Sarah E. Tilzey, BA, Ben Gucciardi, MEd, Soccer Without Borders, Sabrina R. Liu, MA, Joyce Chu, PhD, and Robert E. Wickham, PhD (D-11)

10:00-11:00am and 10:00-11:50am

3154 Symposium: Psychology’s Voice at the Table—Psychologists as Advocates and Elected Officials Moscone Center, Level Three-South Building, Room 306; Divisions: 31, 23, 32

• Chair: Bobbie Celeste, PhD

• Participants: Alan Lowenthal, U.S. Congress, John Lee Evans, PhD, Laurel Stine, JD, APA Practice Organization, Jorge Wong, PhD

11:00-11:50am

3172 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 20

BDNF Polymorphisms and Hypertension in Veterans Presenting with Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment. Peter N. Louras, MS, and Jennifer K. Fairchild, PhD (F-3)

11:00-11:50am and 11:00-12:50pm

3197 Symposium: Setting Clinicians Up for Success—The Importance of Appropriate Training in Behavioral Emergencies,

Moscone Center, Level 3-West Building, Room 3009; Divisions: 12, 50

• Chair: Phillip M. Kleespies, PhD

• Participants: Catherine Hausman, MS, The Incidence of Behavioral Emergencies and Their Impact on Psychologists, Phillip M. Kleespies, PhD, Preventive Ethics and the Need for Standardized Psychology Training for Behavioral Emergencies, Dana N. Lockwood, MS, JD, Firearms and Behavioral Emergencies: Ethical and Legal Considerations for Lethal Means Restriction

• Discussant: Bruce Bongar, PhD

11:00-12:50pm

3208 Session Symposium:  Advancing Social Justice Internationally---Psychology Contributions, Moscone Center/Room 3007 Level 3-West Building

Name: Ricardo F. Muñoz

Division/Sponsor: 52-International Psychology

12:00-12:50pm

3226 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 19

PTSD, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Firearms, and Active Duty Service Members. Osnat Lupesko Persky, MA, Brian C. Kok, MS, Robert E. Wickham, PhD, and Lisa M. Brown, PhD (N-3)

12:00-12:50pm

3251 Symposium: Diversity in the Classroom Is Closer Than It Appears—Using Pivotal Moments to Advance Competence, Moscone Center, Upper Mezzanine-South Building, Room 157 Sponsors: Central Programming Group, 2, 17

• Cochairs: Thomson J. Ling, PhD, and Kathleen Keefe-Cooperman, PsyD

• Participants: Peggy Brady-Amoon, PhD, Respecting Ourselves and Others: Facilitating Empathic Listening and Reflexivity, Teceta T. Tormala, PhD, Breaking Out of the Echo Chamber: Including Diverse Political Perspectives in the Classroom, Kathleen Keefe-Cooperman, PsyD

12:00-12:50pm and 1:00-1:50pm

3253 Symposium: Veteran Mental Health and Functioning—Lifespan Perspectives and Evidence-Based Approaches

Moscone Center, Upper Mezzanine-South Building, Room 154 Sponsors: Central Programming Group, 18, 12, 20

• Co-chairs: Sherry A. Beaudreau, PhD, and Christine E. Gould, PhD

• Participants: Sherry A. Beaudreau, PhD, Madhuvanthi Suresh, BA, Abigail O. Kramer, MS and Christine E. Gould, PhD, Psychosocial Functioning Among Veterans Reporting Elevated Anxiety: The Health and Retirement Study, Eric Kuhn, PhD Kyle Possemato, PhD, Christine E. Gould, PhD; and Julia Hoffman, PsyD, Using Mobile Apps to Improve the Quality of Life and Psychosocial Functioning of Veterans With PTSD, Elizabeth A. Klingaman, PhD, Targeting Insomnia and Enhancing Functioning in Veterans With SMI, Michelle M. Hilgeman, PhD, Virginia Keleher, MSW, and Lynn Snow, PhD, Christine Hartmann, PhD, Amber Collins, MA, and Cameron Camp, PhD, Adapting Montessori Approaches for Use With Veterans in Community Living Centers

• Discussant: Michele Karel, PhD

1:00-1:50pm

3262 Poster Session: Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Division: 41

Implicit Bias in Perceptions of Police Use of Force. Holly L. Buckman, MS, Brenna L. Giordano, BA, Alexander J. Erickson, BA, and Robert E. Wickham, PhD (J-9)

Law and Disorder: PTSD and the U.S. Legal System—How Criminal Law Approaches Combat Trauma. Geeta Davidson, JD, MS, and Wendy Packman, JD, PhD (J-12)

Police Officer Improvement in Mental Health Awareness Outcomes: Evaluating a Video Training Method. Brenna L. Giordano, BA, Alba L. Donovan, BA, Caroline Mok, PhD, and Christopher M. Weaver, PhD (J-14)

3278 Poster Session: Showcasing Graduate Student Research, Moscone Center, Exhibition Level-South Building, Halls ABC; Sponsors: APAGS, 29, 50

Evolution of Therapist Attitudes Toward Behavioral Intervention Technologies in Argentina. Kara A. Nishimuta, BS, and Eduardo L. Bunge, PhD, (A-3)

4:00-4:50pm

3348 Symposium: Primary Development and Initial Validation of a Spanish Measure of PTSD Diagnosis and Malingering,

Moscone Center, Level Three-South Building, Room 312; Division: 41

• Cochairs: Christopher M. Weaver, PhD, and Alinne Barrera, PhD

• Participants: Christopher M. Weaver, PhD, The Posttraumatic Response Set Measure: An Experimental Measure to Detect Malingered PTSD, Alinne Barrera, PhD, Marissa C. Vasquez, MS, Sierra K. Shumate, MS, and Alba L. Donovan, BA, The Need for Culturally Informed Measures to Assess Emotional Expression and Response Style, Marissa C. Vasquez, MS, Sierra K. Shumate, MS, Alinne Barrera, PhD, and Christopher M. Weaver, PhD, Leveraging Professional and Individual Identities and Expertise to Begin True Cultural Translation, Sierra K. Shumate, MS, Marissa C. Vasquez, MS, Alinne Barrera, PhD, and Christopher M. Weaver, PhD, The Impact of Acculturation on Response Style in Detecting Malingered PTSD, Alba L. Donovan, BA, Marissa C. Vasquez, MS, Sierra K. Shumate, MS, Alinne Barrera, PhD, and Christopher M. Weaver, PhD, Country of Origin Response Style Differences in Detecting Malingered PTSD Within Latino Subgroups

• Discussant: Jose Soto, PhD

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2018

8:00-8:50am

4015 Paper Reading Session: The Impact of Neurological and Psychiatric Stressors on Brain Functioning Moscone Center, Level Two-South Building, Room 215; Divisions: 40, 12

• Participants: Christopher Mark, MA, Dmitri Poltavski, PhD, Thomas Petros, PhD, and Alan R. King, PhD, Differential Executive Functioning in Adulthood As a Function of Experienced Child Abuse, Rayna Hirst, PhD, Louise Sodos, PhD, Dylan Vaughn, BS, Alexis Rosen, MA, and Julie Gretler, MA, Enhancing Motivation and Neuropsychological Performance in Chronic Cannabis Users, Rachel M. Kantor, BA, Jazmin Rios, BA, Amanda Cook, BA, Kevin Collie, BA, Mariya Nosovitskaya, BA, Makayla Locklear, BA, and Antonio E. Puente, PhD, Inside the Mind of Two Brains: A Case Study of L.B., the Youngest of Sperry’s Split-Brain Patients.

8:00-9:50am and 8:00-11:50am

4029 Skill-Building Session: Dismantling Racism within LGBTQ Communities for White Allyship, Moscone Center, Level Two-South Building, Room 206; Divisions: 44, 9, 32, 35, 45, APAGS

• Cochairs: Kimberly F. Balsam, PhD, and Carlton E. Green, PhD

• Participants: Theodore R. Burnes, PhD, MEd, It’s Not About Our Guilt: Understanding Allyship in a Multidimensional Context, Patrick R. Grzanka, PhD, Intersectionality in/As Action: The Matrix of Domination as a Catalyst for Social Transformation, Rebecca Gitlin, PhD, Using Third-Wave Cognitive Behavioral Principles to Bolster Effective Allyship

10:10-10:30am and 11:00-11:50am

4111 Skill-Building Session: Skill-Building in Culturally Competent Suicide-Risk Assessment, Moscone Center, Level Three-South Building, Room 312; Divisions: 12, 16, 29

• Chair: Bruce Bongar, PhD

• Participant: Joyce Chu, PhD

11:00-11:50am

4115 Symposium: Promoting Spirituality and Meaning-Making in Moral Injurious Events to Reduce Psychological Distress, Moscone Center, Level Three-South Building, Room 307; Divisions: 19, 36

• Cochairs: Katie M. Fry, MS, MBA, and Marek S. Kopacz, MD, PhD

• Participants: Katie M. Fry, MS, MBA, Introduction: The Role of Spirituality and Meaning-Making in the Context of Psychological Well-Being, AnnaBelle O. Bryan, MS, Meaning: A Protective Factor in Moral Injurious Events and Suicidal Attempts in the Military, Tiffany Urquhart, MS, MEd, A Comprehensive Approach of Religiosity/Spirituality in Suicide Prevention of Veterans, Marek S. Kopacz, MD, PhD, The Importance of Taking a Spiritual History and the Role of Chaplains in Spiritual Struggles, Allison R. Battles, MS

• Discussant: Craig J. Bryan, PsyD

 

APA 2018 Convention Student Award Recipients

Abigail Kramer – Blue Ribbon, Society of Clinical Psychology Student Poster Award

Date: Friday, August 10, 2018

Time: 6:00-7:50pm 

Venue: Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel, Golden Gate Rooms 1 & 2 

Title: Cognitive control and memory are associated with a change in utilization of coping strategies in older adults
Awarded by: Society of Clinical Psychology (Division 12)

Elizabeth W M Choi – Blue Ribbon, Cross Cultural Neuropsychology Student Poster Award

Date: Friday, August 10, 2018

Time: 10-11:50am

Venue: Moscone Center, Room 2005

Title: Ethnicity moderate subjective caregivers' ratings of cognition on objective performance in neuropsychological testing by patients in dementia.

Awarded by: Society of Clinical Neuropsychology (Division 40)

 
 
 

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