DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

 

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

JULY 1, 2003-JUNE 30, 2004

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

PSYCHOLOGY

 

Beck, Robert C.

 

Motivation: Theories and principles. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

 

Best, Deborah L.

 

“Varieties of College and University Experience.” In J.M. Darley, M.P. Zanna, & H.L. Roediger III (Eds.), The Compleat Academic: A Career Guide (2nd ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association (2004): 345-359.

 

“Gender Stereotyps.” In C.R. Ember & M. Ember (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender: Men and Women in the World’s Cultures. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers (2004): 11-23.

 

(with thomas, J.J.) “Cultural Diversity and Cross-Cultural Perspectives.” In A.H. Eagly, A.E. Beall, & R.J. Sternberg (Eds.), The Psychology of Gender (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford Publications (2004): 296-327.

 

Review of:  H. Keller, Y.H. Poortinga, & A. Schölmerich. Between Culture and Biology. Cambridge, United Kngdom: Cambridge University Press (2003).

 

 

Blumenthal, Terry D.

 

(with Melkonian, D., & Meares, R.)  “High Resolution Fragmentary Decomposition – A Model Based Method of Non-Stationary Electrophysiological Signal Analysis.”  Journal of Neuroscience Methods 131 (2003): 149-159.

 

(with Luthy, M., Langewitz, W., Kiss, A., Keller, U., & Schachinger, H.)  “Prepulse Inhibition of the Human Startle Eye Blink Response by Visual Food Cues.”  Appetite 41 (2003): 191-195.

 

(with Elden, A., & Flaten, M.A.)  “A Comparison of Several Methods Used to Quantify Prepulse Inhibition of Eyeblink Responding.”  Psychophysiology 41 (2004): 326-332.

 

(with D. Melkonian)  “A Model Based Approach to Quantitative Analysis of Eyeblink EMG Response Components.”  Journal of Psychophysiology 17 (2003): 1-13.

 

July 22, 2003:  “New Developments in Startle Research.”  Department of Psychology, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

 

March 8, 2004: “Using the Startle Response to Study Cognition, Emotion, and Neuroanatomy.”  University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

 


Buchanan, Christy M.

 

(with Rogers, K.N. & Winchell, M.E.)  “Psychological Control During Early Adolescence: Links to Adjustment in Different Parent/Adolescent Dyads.”  Journal of Early Adolescence 23 (2003):  349-383.

 

(with Waizenhofer, R.N. & Jackson-Newsom, J.)  “Parents’ Knowledge of Adolescents’ Daily Activities: Its Sources and Its Links With Adolescent Adjustment.”  Journal of Family Psychology (2004):  to be published in June.

 

 

Fleeson, William W.

 

“Moving Personality Beyond the Person-situation Debate: The Challenge and the Opportunity of Within-Person Variability.”  Current Directions 13 (2004): 83-87.

 

(with Wayne, J.H. & Musisca, N.)  “Considering the Role of Personality in the Work-Family Experience: Relationships of the Big Five to Work-Family Conflict and Facilitation.”  Journal of Vocational Behavior 64 (2004): 108-130.

 

“The Quality of American Life at the End of the Century.”  In O.G. Brim, C.D. Ryff, & R.C. Kessler (Eds.), How Healthy Are We?: A National Study of Well-Being at Midlife.  Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2004.

 

 

Jennings, Janine M.

 

(with Jacoby, L.L.)  “Improving Memory in Older Adults: Training Recollection.”  Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 13 (2003):  417-440.

 

 

Leary, Mark R.

 

Introduction to Behavioral Research Methods (4th ed.).  Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

 

(with Kowalski, R.M.) Key Readings at the Interface of Social and Clinical Psychology. Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

 

“The Self and Emotion: The Role of Self-Reflection in the Generation and Regulation of Affective Experience.”  In R.J. Davidson, K.R. Scherer, & H.H. Goldsmith (Eds.), The Handbook of Affective Sciences. New York: Oxford University Press (2003): 773-786.

 

(with Kowalski, R.M., Smith, L., & Phillips, S.) “Teasing, Rejection, and Violence: Case Studies of the School Shootings.” Aggressive Behavior 29 (2003): 202-214.

 

(with Herbst, K.C., & McCrary, F.) “Finding Pleasure in Solitary Activities: Desire for Aloneness or Disinterest in Social Contact?” Personality and Individual Differences 35 (2004): 59-68.

 


Leary, cont.

 

(with Brown, J.L., Sheffield, D., & Robinson, M.E.) “Social Support and Experimental Pain.” Psychosomatic Medicine 65 (2003): 276-283.

 

“Interpersonal Aspects of Optimal Self-esteem and the Authentic Self.” Psychological Inquiry 14 (2003): 52-54.

 

“The Sociometer, Self-esteem, and the Regulation of Interpersonal Behavior.” In R.F. Baumesiter & K. Vohs (Eds.), Handbook of Self-Regulation. New York: Guilford.

 

“The Function of Self-esteem in Terror Management Theory and Sociometer Theory: Comment on Pyszczynski et al. (2004). Psychological Bulletin 130 (2004).

 

(with Buckley, K.E., & Winkel, R.E.) “Reactions to Acceptance and Rejection: Effects of Level and Sequence of Relational Evaluation.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (2004): 14-28.

 

(with Ginis, K.A.M.) “Self-presntational Processes in Health-Damaging Behavior. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 16 (2004): 59-74.

 

“The Scientific Study of Personality” In v. Derlega, B. Winstead, & W. Jones (Eds.), Personality: Contemporary Theory and Research (3rd ed.).

 

“Commentary on Self-esteem as an Interpersonal Monitor: The Sociometer Hypothesis.” Psychological Inquiry 14 (2004): 270-274.

 

 

McElroy, G. Todd

 

(with Seta, J.J.)  “Framing Effects: An Analytic-Holistic Perspective.”  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 39 (2003):  610-617.

 

 

Mesquita, Batja

 

(with Kitayama, S., & Karasawa, M.)  “Collective and Personal Processes in Regulating Emotions: Emotion and Self in Japan and the U.S.  In P. Philippot & R.S. Feldman (Eds.), The Regulation of Emotion.  Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2004.

 

(with Markus, H.R.)  “Culture and Emotion: Models of Agency as Sources of Cultural Variation in Emotion.”  In N.H. Frijda, A.S.R. Manstead, & A. Fisher (Eds.), Feelings and Emotions: The Amsterdam Symposium (pp. 341-358). Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press (2004).

 

(with Masuda, T., Leu, J., Ellsworth, P., & Karasawa, M.)  “A Cultural Lens on Facial Expression in Emotions.”  Observer 17 (2004): 50-51.

 


Richman, Charles L.

 

(with Kenton, L., Helfst, C., & Gaggar, N.)  “The Probability of Intervention: Gender X “Isms” Effects.”  Social Behavior and Personality 32 (2004): 295-302.

 

 

Schirillo, James A.

 

(with Perkins, K.R.)  “Three-dimensional Spatial Grouping Affects Estimates of the Illuminant.”  The Journal of the Optical Society of America: A 20 (2003): 2246-2253.

 

“Spatial Phenomenology Requires Potential Illumination. In: S. Lehar’s Gestalt Isomorphism and the Primary of Subjective Conscious Experience: A Gestalt Bubble Model, Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (2003): 375-429.

 

(with Wallace, M.T., Roberson, G.E., Hairston, W.B., Stein, B.E., & Vaughan, J.W.) “Unifying Multisensory Signals Across Time and Space.” Experimental Brain Research (2004).

 

 

Seta, Catherine E.

 

(with Hughes, F.M.)  “Gender Stereotypes: Children’s Perceptions of Future Compensatory Behavior Following Violations of Gender Roles.”  Sex Roles 49 (2003): 685-691.

 

 

Stone, Eric R.

 

(with Beisswanger, A.H., Hupp, J.M., & Allgaier, L.)  “Risk Taking in Relationships: Differences in Deciding for Oneself Versus for a Friend.”  Basic and Applied Social Psychology 29 (2003): 121-135.

 

(with Howse, R.B., & Best, D.L.)  “Children’s Decision Making: The Effects of Training, Reinforcement, and Memory Aids.”  Cognitive Development 18 (2003):  247-268.

 

(with Price, P.C.)  “Intuitive Evaluation of Likelihood Judgment Producers: Evidence for a Confidence Heuristic.” Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 17 (2004): 39-57.

 


II.     Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

 

PSYCHOLOGY

 

Beck, Robert C.

 

Poster:  (with Coleman, L., & Funderburk, B.)  “Delay, But Not Probability, Discounting Varies with Vividness of Imagery.”  North Carolina Cognition Conference, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, February 2004.

 

 

Best, Deborah L.

 

Paper:  (with Davis, S.W.) “Bridging the Digital Divide.”  Cognitive Technology: Transforming Thought and Society, Winston-Salem, NC, June 2003.

 

Poster:  (with Davis, S.W., Hadley, L.J., King, R., & Murray, S.) “Increasing Computer and Internet Access for Economically Disadvantaged Families.”  World conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunicatios, Honolulu, HI, June 2003.

 

Paper:  (with Foster, D.J., & Sethi, R.) “Masculinity/femininity and Gender Role Ideology of Western Ukranian University Students.” European Regional Congress of the International Association for Cross-cultural Psychology, Budapest, Hungary, July 2003.

 

Keynote Symposium:  In “European Perspectives on Cross-Cultural Psychology.”  H. Keller & B. Ataca (Conveners). European Regional congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Budapest, Hungary, July 2003.

 

Poster:  (with Barr, L.C.) “Effects of Imagery Training on the Reading Comprehension of Strategic and Nonstrategic Third and Sixth Graders.” Human Development Conference, Washington, DC, April 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Ewing, K.A.) “Fostering Interactions Between Non-Typically Developing Preschoolers and Their Typically Developing Peers.” Human Development Conference, Washington, DC, April 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Foster, D.J.) “Passive Isolation: A Study of the Moderating Role of Participant Sex.” Human Development Conference, Washington, DC, April 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Yadley, L.J.) “Changes in Sex Stereotypes Across Three Decades.” Human Development Conference, Washington, DC, April 2004.

 


Blumenthal, Terry D.

 

Poster:  (with Rawley, M.L.)  “The Simultaneous Investigation of Prepulse Inhibition and the Psychological Refractory Period.”  North Carolina Cognition Conference, Raleigh, NC, 21 February 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Newton, R., White, M.P., Carello, E., & Flaten, M.A.)  “Effects of Caffeine and Placebo at Homeostasis.”  Society for Psychophysiological Research, Chicago, IL, October 2003.

 

Paper:  “The Impact of Attention on Pre-attentive Processing.”  Society for Psychophysiological Research, Chicago, IL, October 2003.

 

Paper:  “Guidelines for Human Startle Response Measurement.”  Society for Psychophysiological Research, Chicago, IL, October 2003.

 

Paper:  (with Van Boxtel, A.)  “Analog and Digital Processing of Startle Eyeblink EMG Responses.”  Society for Psychophysiological Research, Chicago, IL, October 2003.

 

Poster:  (with Filion, D.)  “How to Make Startle Data Comparable Across Labs.”  Society for Psychophysiological Research, Chicago, IL, October 2003.

 

Paper:  (with Hill, B.D.)  “Pacinian Channel Involvement in Vibrotactile Inhibition of Acoustic Startle.”  Society for Psychophysiological Research, Chicago, IL, October 2003.

 

 

Buchanan, Christy M.

 

Poster:  (with Beard, H.A.)  “Is Parent-Child Closeness a Moderator of the Link Between Pubertal Timing and Psychosocial Outcomes?”  Society for Research on Adolescence, Baltimore, MD, March 2004.

 

Symposium:  “Understanding and Promoting the Good in Adolescents.”  Society for Research on Adolescence, Baltimore, MD, March 2004.

 

Paper:  (with Hughes, J.L.)  “The Role of Expectations in Adolescents’ Behavior and Relationships.”  In C.M. Buchanan (Chair), Understanding the Good in Adolescence, Baltimore, MD, March 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Mortensen, Y.J. & Jackson-Newsom, J.)  “Two Sides to Every Story: Mothers’ and Adolescents’ Views of Parenting and the Parent-Child Relationship.”  Society for Research on Adolescence, Baltimore, MD, March 2004.

 


Dagenbach, Dale

 

Paper:  (with Menzer, D.M.)  “Backward Inhibition of Response Mapping in Task Switching.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, February 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Nguyen, D.H., & Jennings, J.M.)  “False Memory in a Perceptual Recognition Task.” North Carolina Cognition Group, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, February 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Oparowski, E.G., & Laurienti, P.J.)  “Neural Correlates of Attentional Control in the Counting Stroop Task With Numerical Stimuli.” Psychonomic society, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 2003.

 

 

Fleeson, William W.

 

Paper:  (with Daniels, J.R.)  “The Ability of Idiosyncratic Goals to Organized On-Going Everyday Behavior.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, January 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Daniels, J.R.)  “You Can Walk Like a Man, My Son, and Feel Like a Natural Woman: Variation in Psychological Masculinity and Femininity.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, January 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Jolley, S.)  “Explaining Within-Person Variability: Extending the Chameleon Effect to Trait Behavior.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, January 2004.

 

Paper:  “Using Within-Person Data to Integrate Motivational and Trait Approaches to Personality.”  Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Greensboro, NC, September 2003.

 

 

Jennings, Janine M.

 

Poster:  (with Nguyen, D.H. & Dagenbach, D.D.)  “Implicit False Memory in a Perceptual Recognition Task.”  North Carolina Cognition Conference, Raleigh, NC, February 2004.

 

Paper:  (with Dagenbach, D.D.)  “Executive Function Training as an Intervention for Cognitive Aging.”  Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, February 2004.

 

 

Leary, Mark R.

 

Paper:  “Hypoegoic and Hypereogic Models of the Self.”  Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists, Greensboro, NC, November 2003.

 

Poster:  (with Leder, S.) “Relationship Quality and Trait Self-esteem as Predictors of Hurt and Anger in Ongoing Romantic Relationships.” Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, February 2004.

 


Leary, cont.

 

Poster:  (with Tipsord, J.) “Including Others in the Self: Extensions to Generic People, Animals, Nature, and God.” Society for Personality and social Psychology, Austin, TX, February 2004.

 

Paper:  “Varieties of Interpersonal Rejection.” Sydney Symposium on Social Psychology: Rejection, Ostracism, and Exclusion, Sydney, Australia, March 2004.

 

Paper: “The Curse of the Self.” Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, February 2004.

 

 

Mesquita, Batja

 

Workshop:  “Emotions: In the World or in the Brain?”  Culture, Emotion, and the Brain, Harvard University, Boston, MA, June 2003.

 

Paper:  (with Leu, J., Masuda, T., Ellsworth, P., & Karasawa, M.)  “A Cultural Lens on Facial Behavior in Emotions.”  Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Boston, MA, October 2004.

 

Paper:  “Evolution’s Best.”  Emotion Research Group, Boulder, CO, April 2004.

 

Invited Talk:  (with Masuda, T., Leu, J., Ellsworth, P., & Karasawa, M.)  “A Cultural Lens on Facial Expression in Emotions.”  American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL: May 2004.

 

 

Roper, Karen L.

 

Paper:  “The Effect of Differential Outcomes for Feeder Position as Compared to Reinforcer Quality on Acquisition of a Discrimination Task in Rats.”  Southwest Comparative Psychological Association, April 2004.

 

Paper:  “Differences in the Differential outcomes Effect for Reinforcer Quality and Reinforcer Location in Rats.”  International Conference on Comparative Cognition, March 2004.

 

 

Schirillo, James A.

 

Poster:  (with Stone, E.R.) “Communicating Low-Probability Risk Information: Modeling Graphical vs. Numerical Formats.”  Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 10-11 November, 2003.

 

Poster:  (with Barra, T.J., & Cooley, J.T.) “When Dot Similarity Makes a Difference.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, 21 February 2004.

 

Poster:  (with with Fox, M.) “A Gender Difference in Portraits by Rembrandt.” North Carolina Cognition Group, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, 21 February 2004.

 


Schirillo, cont.

 

Poster:  (with Watkins, J.K.) “Temporal Collapse of Auditory Space.” North Carolina Cognition Group, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, 21 February 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Cooley, J.T., & Barra, T.J.) “Dot Lattice Regularity Influences Grouping by Similarity.” Visual Sciences society, Sarasota, FL, 1 May 2004.

 

 

Seta, Catherine E.

 

Paper:  “Thinking About What Might Have Been:  Relationships Between Counterfactual Thinking, Consistency, and Feelings of Regret.”  Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists, Greensboro, NC, September 2003.

 

Paper:  (with Hatz, J.)  “Neuroticism, Self-blaming Counterfactuals, and Regret: Are There Causal Links?”  Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists, Greensboro, NC, September 2003.

 

Paper:  (with Hatz, J., Seta, J., & McElroy, T.)  “Exploring Opposing Views of Regret: Counterfactuals Versus Consistency as Causal Indicators of Regret.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, February 2004.

 

 

Stone, Eric R.

 

Poster:  (with Schirillo, J.A.)  “Communicatig Low-probability Risk Information: Modeling Graphical vs. Numerical Formats.”  Judgment and Decision Making Society,  Vancouver, Canada, November 2003.

 

Poster:  (with Parker, A.M.)  “A Psychophysical Explanation for the Ratio-Bias Phenomenon.”  Judgment and Decision Making Society, Vancouver, Canada, November 2003.

 

Poster:  (with Youmans, R.)  “The Restoration of Diluted Judgments.”  Judgment and Decision Making Society, Vancouver, Canada, November 2003.

 


III.    Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

PSYCHOLOGY

 

Best, Deborah L.

 

Associate Editor, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology

Consulting Editor, Journal of Gender, Culture, and Health

Past-President, International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (2003-2004)

 

 

Blumenthal, Terry D.

 

Treasurer:  Society for Psychophysiological Research, 2003-2006

Consultant:  Brain Resources Company, Sydney, Australia (4 days)

Consultant:  Department of Psychology, University of cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus (5 days)

Consultant:  Division of Cancer Prevention, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX (3 days)

 

 

Buchanan, Christy M.

 

Editorial Board, Journal of Research on Adolescence

Program Co-Chair:  Society for Research on Adolescence, 2004 meeting

External Evaluator, Hispanic Achievers of the YMCA of Greater Winston-Salem, 7-10 hours/month

        ($15,000 grant money available per year for this project)

 

 

Dagenbach, Dale

 

Consulting Editor:  Perception and Psychophysics

Grant Panel:  Cognition and Student Learning (Institute of Education Sciences, Department of

Education) (7 days)

 

 

Fleeson, William W.

 

Consulting Editor, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: PPID

Consulting Editor, Journal of Personality

Consulting Editor, Journal of Research in Personality

 


Leary, Mark R.

 

Editor, Self and Identity

Editorial Review Board:

        Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

        Journal of Personality

        Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology

        Emotion

        Psychological Inquiry

 

 

Mesquita, Batja

 

Associate Editor, Cognition and Emotion

Editorial Board, Emotion

Program Chair, Division 8 for the 2004 Convention of the American Psychological Association

Board Member, Emotion Research Group

Member, Program Committee for the Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social

        Psychology

 

 

Roper, Karen L.

 

Editorial Review Board:

        Learning and Behavior

Founding Member, Comparative Cognitive Society

Regional Representative, Midwestern Psychological Association

Associate Member, The Psychonomic Society

Member of the Subcommittee for Women in Cognitive Science, The Psychonomic Society

Affiliate, Women in Cognitive Science of the Psychonomic Society

Member, Southwestern Psychological Association

Member, Sigma Xi

 

 

Schirillo, James A.

 

Consultant, Tandent Research (1382 Lexington Avenue, NY, NY  10128) – 5 hours/month

 


IV.   External Grants Received (J)

 

PSYCHOLOGY

 

Blumenthal, Terry D.

 

$42,000                             “Schizophrenia.”  National Institutes of Health

 

 

Jennings, Janine M.

 

$344,006                           “Memory Interventions for Older Adults.”  Canadian Institute of Health Research

 

$150,000                           “A Process-Oriented Approach to Memory Training in Older Adults and Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Behavioural and Preliminary Neuroimaging Results.”  Alzheimer Society of Canada

 

 

Richman, Charles L.

 

$18,500                             “Prejudice, Discrimination:  Sexism & Heterosexism.”  Lady Davis Grant

 

 

Roper, Karen L.

 

unrestricted gift                 “Effect of Soy Isoflavones on Cognitive Ability in Pigeons.”  Physicians Laboratories

 

$840                                  “Transfer of Learned Forget Cues in an Animal Memory Task.”  Sigma xi Grants in Aid of Research