SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

For

Psychology Department

 

 

 

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

 

 

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Blumenthal, Terry D.

 

(with Cuthbert, B.N., Filion, D.L., Hackley, S.A., Lipp, O.V., & van Boxtel, A.)  “Committee Report: Guidelines for Human Startle Eyeblink Electromyographic Studies.”  Psychophysiology 42 (in press: 1-5.

 

September, 17, 2004:  “Prepulse Inhibition of Startle: What is it For?”  Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Duke University, Durham, NC.

 

January 8, 2005:  “How Best to Quantify PPI?”  Startle and PPI Symposium, Duke University, Durham, NC.

 

 

Buchanan, Christy M.

 

“Girls’ Adjustment to Divorce and Remarriage.”  In D.J. Bell, S.L. Foster, & E.J. Mash (Eds.), Handbook of Behavioral and Emotional Problems in Girls.  NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, (2005).

 

 

Furr, R. Michael

 

(with Funder, D.C.)  “Situational Similarity and Behavioral Consistency: Subjective, Objective, Variable-Centered, and Person-Centered Approaches.”  Journal of Research in Personality 38 (2004):  421-447.

 

(with Schimmack, U., Oishi, S., & Funder, D.C.)  “Personality and Life Satisfaction: A Facet-level Analysis.”  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 30 (2004): 1062-1075.

 

 

Leary, Mark R.

 

The Curse of the Self: Self-awareness, Egotism, and the Quality of Human Life.  New York: Oxford University Press.

 

“Interpersonal Cognition and the Pursuit of Social Acceptance: Inside the Sociometer.”  In M. Baldwin (Ed.), Interpersonal Cognition.  New York: Guilford Press (2005).

 

“The Scientific Study of Personality.”  In V. Derlega, B. Winstead, & W. Jones (Eds.), Personality: Contemporary Theory and Research (3rd ed.).  New York: McGraw Hill (2004).

 

(with MacDonald, G.)  “Why Does Social Exclusion Hurt?  The Relationship Between Social and Physical Pain.” Psychological Bulletin 131 (2005): 202-223.

 

(with MacDonald, G.)  “Roles of Social Pain and Defense Mechanisms in Response to Social Exclusion: Reply to Panksepp.” Psychological Bulletin 131 (2005): 237-240.


 

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

 

“The Sociometer, Self-esteem, and the Regulation of Interpersonal Behavior.”  In K.D. Vohs & R.F. Baumeister (Eds.), Handbook of Self-regulation: Research, Theory, and Applications  .  New York: Guilford Press.

 

 

Richman, Charles L.

(with Kenton, L., Helfst, C., & Gaggar, N.) “The Probability of Intervention.”  Social Behavior and Personality 32 (2004): 284-295.

 

“Kibbutzim: Inconstant Transition.”  Psychology and Developing Societies, 16 (2004): 125-138.

 

 

Roper, Karen L.

 

(with Baldwin, E.R.)  “The Two-alternative Observing Response Procedure in Rats: Preference for Non-discriminative Stimuli and the Effect of Delay.”  Learning and Motivation 35 (2004): 275-302.

 

 

Schirillo, James A.

 

(with Heckman, G.M., & Muday, J.A.)  “Chromatic Shadow-compatibility and Cone-excitation-ratios.”  The Journal of the Optical Society of America: A 22 (2005): 401-415.

 

 

Seta, Catherine E.

 

(with Alter, J.)  “Compensation for Inconsistencies:  The Effects of Stereotype Strength on Expectations of Applicants’ Job Success and Satisfaction.”  Sex Roles 53 (2005): 79-87.

 

 

Stone, Eric R.

 

(with Wray, L.D.)  “The Role of Self-esteem and Anxiety in Decision Making for Self Versus Others in Relationships.”  Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 18 (2005): 125-144.

 

 


II.     Papers and Presentations Presented at Professional Meetings

 

 

Beck, Robert C.

 

Poster:  (with Kausch, S.)  “Temporal Discounting as a Function of Achievement Motivation.”  North Carolina Cognition Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Cox, C.)  “Temporal Discounting as a Function of Behavioral Activation and Inhibition and Vividness of Imagery.”  North Carolina Cognition Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Mugno, A.)  “Human Temporal Discounting Varies With Need for Cognition and Need for Closure.”  North Carolina Cognition Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Seibert, L.A.)  “Temporal Discounting as a Function of Time Perspective.”  North Carolina Cognition Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 

 

Blumenthal, Terry D.

 

Poster:  (with Rawley, M.L.)  “The Simultaneous Investigation of Prepulse Inhibition and the Psychological Refractory Period.”  Society for Psychophysiological Research, Santa Fe, NM October 2004.

 

 

Boseovski, Janet

 

Poster:  (with Marcovitch, S., & Lewkowicz, D.)  “Serial Order Understanding in a Contextually Enriched Task: A Facilitative Effect of Number Cues.”  Jean Piaget Society, Vancouver, Canada, June 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Marcovitch, S., & Lewkowicz, D.)  “The Effect of Order-relevant Labels in a Simple Spatial Memory Task.”  Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA, April 2005.

 

 

Buchanan, Christy M.

 

Poster:  (with Beard, H.A.)  “Health Behaviors, Beliefs, and Values Among Adolescents From Different Cultures.”  Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA, April 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Mortensen, Y.J.)  “Parent-adolescent Conflict, Parental Criticism, and Adolescent Adjustment.”  Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA, April 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Williams, A.K.)  “Time Spent With a Mentor and Social Well-being Among Hispanic Children in the United States.”  Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA, April 2005.

 

 


Dagenbach, Dale

 

Poster:  (with Gallagher, P.)  “Double Filtering by Frequency Theory and Framing Effects.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Jennings, J.M., Carello, E.A., Rapp, S.R., Brenes, G., & Atkinson, H.H.)  “Improving Memory Performance in Mild Cognitive Impairment.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Ross, S.)  “The Effects of Primary Task Switching on a Secondary Automatic Task.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Roth, H., & Jennings, J.M.)  “The Effects of Study and Test Phase Interference on Gains in the Repetition-lag Memory Training Procedure.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Roth, H.R., & Jennings, J.M.)  “Undoing a Good Deed: Using Study and Test Phase Interference to Isolate the Basis of Gains in a Memory Training Paradigm.”  Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN, November, 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Carello, E.A., Jennings, J.M., Rapp, S.R., Brenes, G.A., & Atkinson, H.H.)  “Training recollection in individuals with mild cognitive impairment: Preliminary Results.  Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN, November 2004.

 

 

Edwards, C. Drew

 

Paper:  “Parenting the LD/ADHD Child With Behavior Problems.”  Western North Carolina Symposium, Asheville, NC, 16 November 2004.

 

Paper:  “Surviving the Preschool Years.”  Piedmont Association for the Education of Young Children, Winston-Salem, NC, 18 April 2005.

 

Paper:  “How to Say No – and Yes – to Your Child.”  Speaking of Women’s Health, Winston-Salem, NC, 14 May 2005.

 

 

Furr, R. Michael

 

Symposium (Discussant):  In S-K Kim (Chair), “Growth Models and Their Applications in Educational and Psychological Research.”  American Education Research Association, Montréal, Canada, April 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Reimer, H.M.)  “Lay Prediction of Behavior: Information, Judge, and Behavior Effects.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, January 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Stridh, P.E., & Swanger, R.L. )  “A Social Cognitive Perspective on Social Anxiety: Situations Influence Intra-individual Associations among Social Anxiety Personal Variables.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, January 2005.


 

Poster:  (with Michael, K.D., Campbell, M., & Bacharach, V.)  “Absent Fathers: The Impact on Kindergarteners’ Behavior.”  Kansas Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Lawrence, KS, October 2004.

 

Symposium:  (with Funder, D.C.)  “A Realistic Social Approach to Personality Judgment: Assumptions, Assertions, and Extensions.”  IN Y-T Lee (Chair), Personality and Person Perception.  28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China, August 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Woodworth, J.B.)  “Chinese and American Students’ Dreams: 1983-1997.  28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China, August 2004.

 

 

Jennings, Janine M.

 

Paper:  “Memory Training in Older Adults: A Behavioral and Neuroimaging Approach.”  Advanced Neuroscience and Imaging Research Group, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC, October 2004.

 

Paper:  “Improving Memory in Mild Cognitive Impairment: Preliminary Data.”  Kulynych Research Center Scientific Retreat, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC, October 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Carello, E.A., Dagenbach, D., Rapp, S.R., Brenes, G.A., & Atkinson, H.H.)  “Training recollection in individuals with mild cognitive impairment: Preliminary Results.  Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN, November 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Roth, H.R., & Jennings, J.M.)  “Undoing a Good Deed: Using Study and Test Phase Interference to Isolate the Basis of Gains in a Memory Training Paradigm.”  Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN, November, 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Jennings, J.M., Carello, E.A., Rapp, S.R., Brenes, G., & Atkinson, H.H.)  “Improving Memory Performance in Mild Cognitive Impairment.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Roth, H., & Jennings, J.M.)  “The Effects of Study and Test Phase Interference on Gains in the Repetition-lag Memory Training Procedure.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Kleykamp, B.A., Weaver, M., Blank, M.D., Gray, J., White, K., Sams, C., & Eissenberg, T.)  “Does Transdermal Nicotine Reduce the Effects of a Concurrently Administered Cigarette?”  Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, Prague, Czech Republic, February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Kleykamp, B.A., Blank, M.D., Weaver, M.F., & Eissenberg, T.)  “Dose Dependent Effects of Transdermanl Nicotine on Working Memory in Abstinent Smokers.”  The College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD), Orlando, FL, June 2005.

 


Leary, Mark R.

 

Paper:  (with Rice, S.C.)  “When Rejection Isn’t Rejecting: Separating the Effects of Social Exclusion and Relational Evaluation.”  International Association for Relationship Research, Madison, WI, July 2004.

 

Paper:  “Promiting Faculty Vitality.”  Association of Heads of Departments of Psychology, Atlanta, GA, December 2004.

 

Paper:  (with Tipsord, J.M.)  “Taking a New Look at the Consequences of Self-awareness and Self-enhancement.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, January 2005.

 

Paper:  (with Tipsord, J.M.)  “Dispositional Mindfulness, Mindful Metacognition, and Subjective Well-being.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, January 2005.

 

 

Richman, Charles L.

 

Symposium:  “Training Facilitators and Professors on Diversifying Their Programs and Courses.”  Diversity Challenge, Boston, MA, October 2004.

 

Symposium:  “Modification of Women’s Attitudes Toward Protecting Their Own Body.”  Congress on Women’s Health, Hilton head, SC, June 2005.

 

 

Roper, Karen L.

 

Paper:  (with Chaponis, D.M., & Blaisdell, A.P.)  “Overcoming the Task Specificity Problem in Pigeon Directed Forgetting.”  The Psychonomic Society, 2004.

 

 

Schirillo, James A.

 

Poster:  (with Mays, A.)  “Lights Can Reverse Auditory Localization.”  Visual Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL, 10 May 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Armstrong, A.)  “How to Vary the Space Between Your Ears.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Mays, A.)  “Lights Can Reverse Auditory Localization.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Sola, R.)  “Should You Approach or Avoid a Rembrandt Portrait?”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Walter, E.G., & Logvinenko, A.D.)  “A Lightness Asymmetry in a Symmetrical Display.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, 19 February 2005.

 


Seta, Catherine E.

 

Poster:  (with Seta, J., & McElroy, T.)  “Better Than Better-than-average: Elevated Self-evaluations Following Insidious Social Comparisons.”  Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, January 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Hatz, J.)  “Sociability and Feelings of Regret: The Role of Personality-behavior Consistency and Counterfactual Thinking in Emotional Experience.”  Society of Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, January 2005.

 

Poster:  (with Bookhout, C.)  “Social Categories as Causal Dimensions.  A Modification of the Lewinian Equation?”  Society of Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, January 2005.

 

 

Stone, Eric R.

 

Poster:  (with Hodell, E.C.)  “Communicating Risk Information: Evidence for the Proportional Thinking Theory.”  Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Minneapolis, MN, November 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Rittmayer, A.D., & Parker, A.M.)  “Exploring the Effects of Overconfidence in Casino Blackjack.”  Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Minneapolis, MN, November 2004.

 

Poster:  (with Rittmayer, A.D.)  “Examining the Aggregation Effect with a Ping-Pong Toss Task.”  Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Minneapolis, MN, November 2004.

 

Paper:  (with Parker, A.M.)  “Characterizing Overconfidence and its Consequences.”  Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Minneapolis, MN, November 2004.

 

Paper:  (with Rittmayer, A.D., & Parker, A.M.)  “Exploring the Effects of Overconfidence.”  North Carolina Cognition Group, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, February 2005.

 

 


III.    Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

 

Blumenthal, Terry D.

 

Treasurer:  Society for Psychophysiological Research

Consultant:  Brain Resources Company, Sydney, Australia (3 days)

Dissertation Committee Member for a Foreign Doctoral Student (Alanda Thompson, University of

Queensland, Australia) (5 days)

Department of Psychiatry, University of California at San Diego (10 days) (funded by National

Institutes of Health Grant)

 

 

Buchanan, Christy M.

 

External Evaluator, Hispanic Achievers of the YMCA of Greater Winston-Salem, 5-10 hours/month

 

 

Dagenbach, Dale

 

Associate Editor:  Perception and Psychophysics

 

 

Edwards, C. Drew

 

Full-time independent practice of clinical child psychology

 

 

Leary, Mark R.

 

Editor, Self and Identity (term ended 12/04)

Editorial Review Board:

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

Journal of Personality

Emotion

Member-at-Large, Executive Committee, Society for Personality and Social Psychology

 

 

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

 

 


Richman, Charles L.

 

Diversity Consultant, 3 corporations outside Triad (20 hours each to date)

 

 

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.

 

President, Sigma Xi (Wake Forest Chapter)

Consultant, Tandent Vision Science (1382 Lexington Avenue, NY, NY  10128) – 6 hours/month

 

 


IV.   External Grants Received

 

 

none to report