15th Annual Psych Fest
Fri, April 11, 2014 • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM • CLA 1.302B
The Clinical Area’s annual “Psychfest” will take place this Friday afternoon, 4/11. All members of the Psych Department are invited to attend.
This year’s talks and reception will be held in the Julius Glickman Conference Center, in room 1.302B of the College of Liberal Arts Building (“CLA”). The attached flier includes a map of the building location.
The talks, listed below, will begin at 1:00pm. The keynote speaker is Dr. Ian Gotlib of Stanford, who will present at 3:45, on the topic of "Understanding and reducing risk for depression.”
A reception will follow Dr. Gotlib’s talk.
Adam Cobb (1:10pm)
Interacting diatheses in soldiers deployed to Iraq: A prospective, multi-wave analysis of PTSD, anxiety and depression symptom trajectories
Leslie Rice (1:30)
Identification of risk and protective factors in the emergence of psychopathology in EMS medics
Emility Wilhite (1:50)
Sexual intentions and negative affect: While drinking and next day
Michelle Davis (2:10)
The relation between attention bias and symptom severity during and following cognitive-behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder
Rahel Pearson (2:30)
Serotonin promoter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) predicts biased attention for emotional stimuli: Moderation by the social environment
Justin Dainer-Best (2:50)
Am I good or bad?: The serotonin transporter polymorphism is associated with biased processing of negative selfreferent information
presentation of the Lee Willerman Award for Research Excellence (3:30)
Keynote speaker: Dr. Ian Gotlib (3:45)
Understanding and reducing risk for depression