Psychology

Faculty Activities Report

July 1, 2001-June 30, 2002

I.Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II.Papers and Presentations

III.Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV.External Grants Received

I.Publications, Performances, Exhibits (F, G, H)

PSYCHOLOGY

Best, Deborah L.

(with Williams, J.E.) “Gender and Culture.”In D. Matsumoto (Ed.), In Handbook of Culture and Psychology (pp. 195-219). New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.

“Cross-cultural Gender Roles.”In J. Worrell (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Gender (pp. 279-290). San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 2001.

Blumenthal, Terry D.

(withSwerdlow, C.D.)“Electrical Shocks to the Arm Elicit and Inhibit Startle Eyeblink.”Psychophysiology 39 (2002): 218-221.

(withLipp, O.V. & Adam, A.)Attentional Modulation of Blink Startle at Long, Short and Very Short Lead Intervals.”Biological Psychology 58(2001): 89-103.

“Review of Biological Psychology: An Integrative Approach, by Frederick Toates.”Biological Psychology 58 (2001): 117-180.

Dagenbach, Dale

(withAbsher, J.R., & Kubat-Silman, A.K.)“Human Working Memory Impairments Associated with Thalamic Damage.”International Journal of Neuroscience 111(2001): 67-87.

Fleeson, William W.

(withHeckhausen, J., & Wrosch, C.)“Developmental Regulation Before and After a Developmental Deadline: The Sample Case of ‘Biological Clock’ For Childbearing.”Psychology and Aging 16 (2001): 400-413.

“Judgments of One’s Own Global Contributions to the Welfare of Others: Life-Course Trajectories and Predictors.”In A.S. Rossi (Ed.), Caring and Doing for Others: Social Responsibility in the Domains of Family, Work, and Community (pp. 75-96). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2001.

Leary, Mark R.

(with Cottrell, C.A., & Phillips, M.)Deconfounding the Effects of Dominance and Social Acceptance on Self-esteem.”Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 81 (2001): 898-909.

(withSnapp, C.M.)“Hurt Feelings Among New Acquaintances: Moderating Effects of Interpersonal Familiarity.”Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 18 (2001): 315-326.

Leary, cont.

(with Bourgeois, K.S.)“Coping With Rejection: Derogating Those Who Choose Us Last.”Motivation and Emotion 25 (2001): 101-111.

“The Nature of the Self and the Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships.”In A. Tesser , J. Wood, & D. Stapel (Eds.), Psychological Perspectives on Self and Identity, Vol. 2.Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2002.

(withNezlek, J.)“Individual Differences in Self-presentational Motives in Daily Social Interaction.”Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin(2002): xxx-xxx.

“The Interpersonal Basis of Self-esteem: Death, Devaluation, or Deference?”In J. Forgas & K.D. Williams (Eds.), The Social Self: Cognitive, Intepersonal, and Intergroup Perspectives. New York: Psychology Press, 2002.

“The Self as a Source of Relational Difficulties.” Self and Identity 1 (2002): 137-142.

MesquitaBatja

(withKarasawa, M.)“Different Emotional Lives.”Cognition and Emotion 16 (2002): 127-141.

Schirillo, James A.

(withShevell, S.)“Articulation: Brightness, Apparent Illumination, and Contrast Ratios.”Perception31(2002): 161-169.

Seta, Catherine E.

(with Seta, J.J.)Study Guide Plus for Baron’s Psychology.Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon (2001).

(with Seta, J.J.)Study Guide for Essentials of Psychology.Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon (2002).

(with Seta, J.J. & McElroy, T.)“To Do or Not To Do: Desirability and Consistency Mediate Judgments of Regret.”Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 80 (2001): 861-870.

(with Seta, J.J., & Hundt, G.)“Exaggerating the Differences Between Successful and Unsuccessful Groups: Identity Orientation as a Perceptual Lens.”Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 5 (2001): 19-32.

Stone, Eric R.

(withDodrill, C.L., & Johnson, N.)“Depressive Cognition: A Test of Depressive Realism Versus Negativity Using General Knowledge Questions.”The Journal of Psychology 135 (2001): 583-602

II.Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings (I)

PSYCHOLOGY

Batten, Phillip G.

Workshop:“Decision-making and Critical Thinking.”N.C. Department of Social Services, Asheville, NC, March 2002.

Best, Deborah L.

Keynote Address:“Gender Relations and Culture.”Fifth European Regional Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Winchester, United Kingdom, July 2001.

Poster:(with Galganowicz, R.E.)“Learning and Memory Strategy Use in Head Start and Middle-Class Preschoolers.”Cognitive Development Society, Virginia Beach, VA, October 2001.

Symposium:(Discussant.)“A Universal Model of Child Rearing.”In C.S.L. Cheah (Organizer), Symposium on Parenting in Diverse Cultural Contexts.society for Cross-Cultural Research, Sante, Fe, NM, February 2002.

Paper:(with Thomas, J.J.)“Adolescent Self-esteem: A Comparison of African-American, European-American, and English as a Second Language Mexican-American Students.” Society for Cross-Cultural Research,Sante Fe, NM, February 2002.

Poster:(with Galganowicz, R.E., & Yadley, L.J.)“The Role of Individual Differences in Preschool Children’s Memory Strategy Use.”Human Development Conference, Charlotte, NC, April 2002).

Poster:(with O’Hearn-Bristol, T.E.)“Adolescent and Parent Coping in Children With Cancer: An Integrative Approach.”Human Development Conference, Charlotte, NC, April 2002.

Poster:(with Thomas, J.J.)“Gender and Ethnic Differences in Adolescent Self-esteem.”Human Development Conference, Charlotte, NC, April 2002.

Paper:(with Thomas, J.J.)“Gender and Ethnic Differences in Adolescent Physical and Global Self-esteem.”Society for Research in Adolescence, New Orleans, LA, April 2002.

Blumenthal, Terry D.

Paper:(with Flaten, M.A.)“Presentation of Caffeine-associated Stimuli as a Model of the Placebo Response.International Congress of Psychosomatic Medicine, Goteborg, Sweden, August 2001.

Paper:(with Schaechinger, H., TenesReino, S., Berger, W., & Langewitz, W.)Stress Management Training Affects Low-level Processing of Aversive Stimuli in Type I Diabetes.”International Congress of Psychosomatic Medicine, Goteborg, Sweden, August 2001.

Blumenthal, cont.

Paper:“Individual Differences in Startle Modulation: One Person’s Noise is Another Person’s Signal.”Society for Psychophysiological Research, Montreal, Canada, October 2001.

Paper:(with Swerdlow, C.D.)“Electrical Shocks to the Arm Elicit and Inhibit Pain and Startle Eyeblink.”Society for Psychophysiological Research, Montreal, Canada, October 2001.

Paper:(with Duncan, S.M.)“The Effects of Prepulse and Distraction on Pain and Startle Caused by Electric Shocks.”Society for Psychophysiological Research, Montreal, Canada, October 2001.

Paper:(with Flaten, M.A.,Mikalsen, A., & Bertelsen, B.)Effects of Caffeine, Caffeine-associated Stimuli, and Caffeine-related Information on Physiological and Psychological Arousal.”Society for Psychophysiological Research, Montreal, Canada, October 2001.

Paper:(with Schaechinger, H., Linde, L., & Langewitz, W.)The Impact of Heartbeats on Startle.”Society for Psychophysiological Research, Montreal, Canada, October 2001.

Special Interest Discussion: “Startle Methodology.”Society for Psychophysiological Research, Montreal, Canada, October 2001.

Dagenbach, Dale

Paper:(with Rupard, M.D., Hurley, R.S., & Jennings, J.M.)“Executive Function Training in Older Adults II: The Effects of Stroop Practice on Episodic Memory, Working Memory, and Speed of Processing.”Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA, April 2002.

Paper:(with Hebert, J.P.)“Does Suppression in the ‘Think No-think’ Paradigm Affect Implicit Memory?”North Carolina Cognition Group, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, February 2002.

Paper:(with Menzer, D.)Disengaging Visual Attention: Location Specific or Generalized Interrupt.”Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FL, November 2001.

Edwards, C. Drew

Paper:“How to Help with Depression in the LD/ADHD Child.”WNC Symposium of learning Disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder, Asheville, NC, 4 December 2000.

Fleeson, William W.

Poster:(with Wayne, J.H., & Musisca, N.)Considering the Role of Personality in the Work-Family Experience: The Relationship of the Big Five to Work-Family Conflict and Facilitation.”Society for Industrial and Organizational psychology, Toronto, Canada, 13 April 2002.

Fleeson, cont.

Poster:“Why Does Behavior Vary So Much Within Individuals? The Role of Reactivity to Situational Cues.”Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Savannah, GA, February 2002.

Jackson-Newsom, Julia

Technology Demonstration:(with Hansen, W., Wyrick, C., Reese, E., & Dyreng, D.) “The Evaluation Lizard: An On-line Evaluation Tool.”National Prevention Network, Charlotte, NC, 2001.

Poster:(with Hansen, W.)Preventing Problem Behaviors in Late Childhood: An Initial Evaluation.”Society for Prevention Research, Seattle, WA, 2002.

Poster:(with Giles, S., & Fearnow-Kenney, M.)Modeling Drug Prevention Program Fidelity.”Society for Prevention Research, Seattle, WA, 2002.

Technology Demonstration:(with Wyrick, C., Reese, E., & Hansen, W.)An Interactive System for Survey Creation: A Demonstration.”Society for Prevention Research, Seattle, WA, 2002.

Jennings, Janine M.

Paper:(with Webster, L.M., Kleykamp, B.A., & Dagenbach, D.) “Executive Function Training in Older Adults I: Replication and Generalization of a Recollection Training Procedure.” Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA, April 2002.

Poster:(with Bloomfield, N.T.) “Implicit False Memory Effects: Evidence for Explicit Contamination on a Perceptual Identification Task.”Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FL, November 2001.

Leary, Mark R.

Paper:“The Interface Between Social and Clinical Psychology.”Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Knoxville, TN, November 2001.

Paper:(with Quinlivan, E.)Darkness and the Desire for Social Acceptance.”Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Savannah, GA, February 2002.

Paper:(with Kowalski, R.M., Smith, L., & Phillips, S.)Rejection, Teasing, and School Violence.”Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Savannah, GA, February 2002.

Invited Address:“The Potetnt and Pervasive Effects of Interpersonal Rejection.”American Psychological Society, New Orleans, LA, June 2002.

MesquitaBatja

Paper:(with Kim, H., Karasawa, M., & Markus, H.)Emotional Appraisal as a Product of Cultural Models of Agency.”Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Savannah, GA, February 2002.

Paper:(with Idzelis, M., Karasawa, M., & Hayashi, A.)Differences in Emotional Coping: American and Japanese Responses to Offense.”Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Savannah, GA, February 2002.

Paper:(with Kim, H., Karasawa, M., & Markus, H.)Emotional Appraisal as a Product of Cultural Models of Agency.”Society for Personality and Social psychology, Savannah, GA, February 2002.

Paper:“Culture and Emotion:Models of Agency and Relationship as Sources of Cultural Variation in Emotion.”Life Sciences Division, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, January 2002.

Class Taught:“Cultural Serlves, Cultural Acts.”Life Sciences Division, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, January 2002.

Paper:(with Karasawa, M.,Haire, A., & Kzumi, S.)Positive Emotional Experiences Across Cultures.”Positive Psychology Summit, Washington, DC, October 2001.

Paper:(with Karasawa, M.)Cultural Differences in Emotion Coping.”Culture and Emotion Symposium, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, July 2001.

Roper, Karen L.

Paper:“Observing Behavior in Rats: The Role of Responding to the Discriminative Stimuli.”The Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FL, 16 November 2001.

Schirillo, James A.

Paper:(with Hairston, W.D., Wallace, M.T., & Stein, B.E.)“Cross-modal Bias and Perceived Spatial Unity are Contextually Dependent.”Multisensory Interactions Subserving Orienting Behavior: Satellite Meeting of the 12th Neural Control of Movement, Naples, FL

Paper:(with Susi, T., Burdette, J., & Laurienti, P.)fMRI Reveals Inferior Prefrontal Gyrus and Right Cerebellum are Selectively Activated While Viewing Portraits by Rembrandt.”North Carolina Cognition Group, University of NC at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 2 February 2002.

Paper:(with Susi, T., Burdette, J., & Laurienti, P.)Viewing Portraits by Rembrandt: fMRI Reveals Cerebellar and Prefrontal Cortical Involvement.”Visual Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL, 14 May 2002.

Paper:(with Smith, K.M., & van den Berg, M.)Variability in Spatial Organization of Articulated Dot Lattices Influences Grouping by Similarity.”North Carolina Cognition Group, University of NC at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 2 February 2002.

Schirillo, cont.

Paper:(with van den Berg, M. & Kubovy, M.)Illuminant Complexity and Grouping by Proximity.”Visual Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL, 13 May 2002.

Paper:(with Hairston, W.D., Vaughan, J.W., Wallace, M.T., & Stein, B.E.)“Cross-modal Bias isRelated to Variability in Visual Localization.Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, 13 November 2001.

Paper:(with Roberson, G., Hairston, W., Wallace, M., Stein, B., & Laurienti, P.)Unifying Multisensory Signals across Time and Space.”Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA, 13 November 2001.

Stone, Eric R.

Poster:(with Parks, S.C., Sieck, W.R., & Yates, J.F.)“Using Graphic Formats For Communicating Low-probability Risk Information: The Role of Salience.”Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Orlando, FL, November 2001.

Wayne, Julie H.

Paper:(with Musisca, N., & Fleeson, W.)Considering the Role of Personality in the Work-Family Experience: Relationships Between the Big Five and Work-Family Conflict and Facilitation.”Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Toronto, Canada, April 2002.

III.Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies (L, M, N)

PSYCHOLOGY

Best, Deborah L.

Associate Editor, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology

Consulting Editor, Journal of Gender, Culture, and Health

President, International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology

Member, American Psychological Association, Preparing Future Faculty Committee

Member, American Psychological Association, Board of Educational Affairs, Curriculum Standards

Committee

Tenure Review:New Mexico State University

Tenure Review:Elon College

Tenure Review:University of California at Irvine

Program Review:Davidson College

Blumenthal, Terry D.

Consultant:Department of Defense Polygraph Institute (2 days)

Consultant:The Brain Resource Company, Sydney, Australia (4 days)

Consultant:Department of Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA (3 days)

Dagenbach, Dale

Grand Review Panel:

Office of Educational Research and Improvement (3 days)

Ad Hoc Reviewer:

National Science Foundation (10 hours)

Memory & Cognition (12 hours)

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (24 hours)

Psychology and Aging (10 hours)

Psychological Bulletin and Review (8 hours)

Consciousness and Cognition (8 hours)

European Journal of Cognitive Psychology (6 hours)

Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (6 hours)

Cognitive Psychology (18 hours)

American Journal of Psychology (6 hours)

Edwards, C. Drew

Consultant, full-time

Fleeson, William W.

Consulting Editor, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Jackson-Newsom, Julia

Early Career Prevention Network (subcommittee of the Society for Prevention Research)

Co-Chair, Website/Public Relations Committee

Member, Executive Board

Leary, Mark R.

Editor, Self and Identity

Editorial Review Board:

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Journal of Personality

Psychological Bulletin

Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology

Roper, Karen L.

Editorial Review Board:

Psychological Bulletin and Review

Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior

Learning and Motivation

Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior

Regional Representative:Midwestern Psychological Association

Associate Member:The Psychonomic Society

Founding Member:Comparative Cognition Society

Departmental Review:Davidson College

Schirillo, James A.

Co-Editor:Special Edition of Perception (Vol. 31)

Consultant for InGen Corporation, 235 Montgomery Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA94104

(4 hours/month)

Seta, Catherine E.

Consulting Editor:Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Sloan, William W.

Board of Directors:Serendipity House (2 hours/quarter)

Stone, Eric R.

Editorial Board, Journal of Experimental Psychology:Applied

Wayne, Julie H.

Consulting work in exchange for data collection for my research purposes (3 days)

IV.External Grants Received (J)

PSYCHOLOGY

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