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April 29, 2013
 
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Faculty Highlights 2012: Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies

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Jacques Barber wrote two chapters in the book, Transformation in Psychotherapy: Corrective Experiences across Cognitive Behavioral, Humanistic, and Psychodynamic Approaches (Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2012): with C.E. Hill, L.G. Castonguay, and others, “Corrective Experiences in Psychotherapy: Definitions, Processes, Consequences, and Research Directions,” and, with B.A. Sharpless, “Corrective Emotional Experiences from a Psychodynamic Perspective.” Dr. Barber published the following journal articles: with F. De Jonghe, S. De Maat, A. Abbas, P. Luyten, W. Comperts, J. Swinkels and J. Dekker, “Designs for Studying the Effectiveness of Long-term Psychoanalytic Treatments: Balancing Level of Evidence and Acceptability to Patients” in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 60 (2), p. 361–387, 2012; with H. Wiseman and O. Tishby, “Collaboration in Dynamic Therapy” in the Journal of Clinical Psychology: In session, 68 (2), p. 136–145, 2012; with I. Dennhag, M.B. Connolly Gibbons, R. Gallop and P. Crits- Christoph, “How Many Treatment Sessions and Patients are Needed to Create a Dependable Score of Adherence and Competence in the Treatment of Cocaine Dependence?” in Psychotherapy Research, 22 (4), p. 475–488, 2012; and, with M.S. Barrett, R. Gallop, M. Rynn and K. Rickels, “Short-term Dynamic Therapy vs. Pharmacotherapy for Major Depressive Disorder” in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 73 (1), p. 66–73, 2012. Dr. Barber presented “What Do We Know About the Empirical Status of Dynamic Therapy for Depression? And Where Do We Go From Here?” at three venues in October 2012: at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI; the Department of Psychology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI; and the Department of Psychology, Eastern Michigan State University, Ypsilanti, MI. He also gave the following lectures: “Towards the Integration of Psychotherapy Research and Practice in Dynamic Therapy” at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Rapaport-Klein Study Group, Austen Riggs Center, Stockbridge, MA, June 2012; “Integrating Psychotherapy Research and Clinical Practice: Let’s Create a Dialogue” at the New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute, New York, NY, April 2012; “Towards Creating a Dialogue Between Psychotherapy Researchers and Clinicians” at the Clinical Psychology Program, South Orange County Argosy University, Irvine, CA, March 2012; and “Integrating Psychotherapy Research and Clinical Practice” at the Colloquium, Clinical Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, February 2012. Dr. Barber presented, with K.S. McCarthy and R. Gallop, “Beyond ‘Deep’ and ‘Surface’ Structures Mechanisms of Change in Psychotherapy” at the 43rd Society for Psychotherapy Research International Annual Meeting, Virginia Beach, VA, June 2012. At the same conference, Dr. Barber moderated the panel discussion, “Steps Toward Creating a Registry of Patient and Therapist Reports of Change: Could That Be Another Solution to a Basic Question of Psychotherapy Research?” and he was a discussant on three other panels at the conference. He was a discussant for “The Play’s the Thing: Enactment, Reverie and Symbolization in Psychoanalysis” at the spring meeting of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, Santa Fe, NM, April 2012.

Dana Boccio presented, with A.M. Macari, the lecture, “Suicide Assessment and Intervention” at Kings County Hospital Center, Brooklyn, NY, July 2012. Dr. Boccio presented, with J. Cortes, the paper, “Do Decision- Making Models Improve the Quality of Ethical Decisions?” at the Annual Convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Philadelphia, PA, February 2012.

Robert Bornstein published the following: “From Dysfunction to Adaptation: An Interactionist Model of Dependency” in the Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 8, p. 291–316, 2012; and “Rorschach Score Validation as a Model for 21st Century Personality Assessment” in the Journal of Personality Assessment, 94 (1), p. 26–38, 2012. He presented the lecture “Process Focused Assessment of Personality Pathology” at the Coatesville, PA Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Coatesville, PA, January 2012.

Jean Lau Chin presented the following: “Diversity and Leadership” at City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, June 2012; “Women and Leadership” at Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, May 2012; “Diversities Similar Challenges” at the 120th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL, August 2012; and “Women and Leadership” at the International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town, South Africa, July 2012.

Francine Conway published “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Treatment of ADHD: A Practice Review of the Literature” in Psychotherapy 49 (3), p. 404–417, 2012. She presented the following: Aspiring to Leadership in Higher Education: Personal and Institutional Strategies for Women at the American Council on Higher Education/New York City-Long Island Women of Color Summit, New York, NY, April 2012; with S. Sepulveda and J. Kalman, “Two sides of ADHD: Aggression and Conduct Disorder in Minority Hospitalized Children” at the Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2012; with S. Lyon, “A Retrospective Exploration of Stress and Trauma Experienced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Adolescents” at the Society for Research on Adolescents Biennial Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 2012; and, with M. Buls, “Use of the Rorschach in Support of Bipolar Diagnosis in Children” at the Society for Personality Assessment Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 2012.

Rebecca Curtis published “New Experiences and Meanings: A Model of Change for Psychoanalysis” in Psychoanalytic Psychology, online version, 29 (1) p. 81–98, 2012. She gave the lecture, “Three Models of Unconscious Processes: Freudian, Relational and Social Cognitive Neuroscience” at the Arena of Psychotherapy, Barcelona, Spain, January 2012. She presented the following: “Forbidden Voices: Difference and Desires” at the Joint International Conference of Psychoanalytic Societies, Auckland, New Zealand, August 2012; “Veiled, Indecent Voices” at Art and Psyche in the City, New York University, New York, NY, July 2012; “Loneliness and Longing: Conscious and Unconscious Aspects” and “The Physicist David Bohm’s Ideas about Creativity and Mind” at the Psychoanalytic Division of American Psychological Association, Santa Fe, NM, April 2012; “The Role of Freedom and Discipline in Moving Beyond the Secure and Familiar” at the International Organization of Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, New York, NY, March 2012; and “The Unconscious Mind in Psychoanalysis and Psychology” at the International Organization for Relational Psychoanalysis, Barcelona, Spain, January 2012.

Laura DeRose presented, with B. Feld, “Longitudinal Associations Between Interparental Conflict and Social Skills and Loneliness in Adolescence” at the Society for Research in Adolescence, Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 2012.

Elsa Ermer published the following: with C. Kornreich, D. Delle-Vigne, S. Campanella, X. Noel, C. Papgeorgiou, O. Brown and P. Verbanck, “Conditional Reasoning Difficulties in Polysubstance Dependence Patients” in Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 26 (3), p. 665–671, 2012; with L.M. Cope, P.K. Nyakalanti, V.D. Calhoun and K.A. Kiehl, “Aberrant Paralimbic Gray Matter in Criminal Psychopathy” in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 121 (3), p. 649–658, 2012; with R.E. Kahn, P. Salovey and K.A. Kiehl, “Emotional Intelligence in Incarcerated Men with Psychopathic Traits” in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103 (1), p. 194–204, 2012. Dr. Ermer presented, with K.A. Kiehl, “Cognitive and Neural Deficits in Psychopathy” at Human Behavior and Evolution Society Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 2012.

Katherine Fiori published, with N.S. Consedine and C. Magai, “Regulating Emotion Expression and Regulating Emotion Experience: Divergent Associations with Dimensions of Attachment among Older Women” in Attachment and Human Development, 14 (5), p. 477–500, 2012; with C.A. Denckla, “Social Support and Mental Health in Middle-aged Men and Women: A Multidimensional Approach” in the Journal of Aging and Health, 24 (3), p. 407–438, 2012; and, with J. Jager, “Social Support Networks and Health Across the Lifespan: A Longitudinal, Pattern-centered Approach” in the International Journal of Behavioral Development, 36 (2), p. 117–129, 2012. She presented the following: “Social Networks Across the Lifespan: A LIFE Perspective” at the 2012 Spring Academy of the International Max Planck Research School on the Life Course, Berlin, Germany, May 2012; with C. Marini, “Work-family Spillover and Psychological Distress in Women: A Person-centered Approach” at the Inaugural Meeting of the Work and Family Researchers Network, New York, NY, June 2012; with C.A. Fasone, “The Stress Buffering Theory of Social Support in the College Setting” at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, May 2012; and, with B.P. Kornobis, “Examining the Mechanisms of Mindfulness in a Stress Reduction Workshop with College Students” at the Meeting of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Ogden, UT, March 2012. Dr. Fiori gave the following presentations at the 2012 Consortium of European Research on Emotion Conference, University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom, May 2012: with C.A. Denckla and A.D. Vingerhoets, “Association Among Crying, Empathy, and Age: The Crying Proneness Index” and, with C.A. Denckla, “Crying and Attachment Style: The Role of Romantic Relationships.” Dr. Fiori and Mark Hilsenroth presented, with K. Capps and A. Mullin, “Relationship Between In-session Patient Crying Behavior and Therapeutic Interventions” at the 43rd Society for Psychotherapy Research International Annual Meeting, Virginia Beach, VA, June 2012.

Jairo Fuertes cowrote, with A. Spokane and E. Holloway, Specialty Competencies in Counseling Psychology (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012). He published, with W.H. Gottdiener, H. Martin, T.C. Gilbert and H. Giles, “A Meta-analysis of the Effects of Speaker’s Accents on Interpersonal Evaluations” in the European Journal of Social Psychology, 42 (1), p. 120–133, 2012. He presented, with V. Stoycheva, “The Inventory of Countertransference Behavior: Development, Properties, and Utility” at the annual conference of the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Society and Culture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, October 2012. He presented the following papers at the 43rd International Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Virginia Beach, VA, June 2012: “Universal Diverse Orientation Theory and its Measure” and, with R.P. Demirakos, “The Association of Parental Involvement on Academic Adjustment and Performance for Hispanic (Latino/a) Students.” Dr. Fuertes was a discussant in another panel at the same conference.

Jerold Gold published, with George Stricker, “Psychotherapy Integration and Integrative Psychotherapies” in Handbook of Psychology, 2nd Edition, Volume 8: Clinical Psychology (New York: Wiley, 2012).

Mark Hilsenroth wrote two chapters in the book, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Research: Evidence- Based Practice and Practice-Based Evidence (New York: Springer Press, 2012): with T. Cromer and S. Ackerman, “How to Make Practical Use of Therapeutic Alliance Research in Your Clinical Work,” p. 361–380, and, with J. Slavin-Mulford, “Evidence-based Psychodynamic Treatments for Anxiety Disorders: A Review,” p. 117–137. He also published the following: with M.J. Diener, T.D. Cromer, F. Pesale, and J. Slavin-Mulford, “Therapeutic Assessment of Depression: Love’s Labors Lost?” in Collaborative/ Therapeutic Assessment: A Casebook and Guide, p. 47–67 (New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012); with E. Caligor, M. Devlin, B. Rutherford, M. Terry and S. Roose, “Will Patients Accept Randomization to Psychoanalysis? A Feasibility Study” in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 60 (2), p. 337–360, 2012; with F. Pesale and J. Owen, “Patient Early Session Experience and Treatment Outcome” in Psychotherapy Research, 22 (4), p. 417–425, 2012; with J.C. Fowler, M. Groat, S. Biel, C. Biedermann and S. Ackerman, “Risk Factor for Medically Serious Suicide Attempts: Evidence for a Psychodynamic Formulation of Suicide Crisis” in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 60 (3), p. 555–576, 2012; with J. Mayotte-Blum, J. Slavin-Mulford, M. Lehmann, F. Pesale and N. Becker- Matero, “Therapeutic Immediacy Across Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: An Evidence- Based Case Study” in the Journal of Counseling Psychology, 59 (1), p. 27–40, 2012; with J. Owen, K. Quirk and E. Rodolfa, “Working Through: In-Session Processes that Promote Between Session Thoughts and Activities” in the Journal of Counseling Psychology, 59 (1), p. 161–167, 2012; and, with K. Kuutmann, “Exploring In-Session Focus on the Patient-Therapist Relationship: Patient Characteristics, Process and Outcome” in Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 19 (3), p. 187–202, 2012. He presented “Key Note Address (Lezione Magistrale): How to Make Practical Use of Therapeutic Alliance Research in Your Clinical Work (Come Rendere Operative Le Scoperte Delle Ricerche Sull’ Alleanza Terapeutica Nella Practica Clinica)” at the Society for Psychotherapy Research-Italia (IX Congresso Nazionale SPR Italia), Salerno, Italy, September 2012. Dr. Hilsenroth moderated the panel, “Therapeutic Technique: Patient Factors, Process and Outcomes,” at the 43rd International Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Virginia Beach, VA, June 2012, and participated in another structured discussion at the same conference.

Lawrence Josephs published “The Adaptive Function of Sexual Plasticity: The Suppression and Surreptitious Expression of Human Sociosexuality” in Dynamic Psychiatry, 40 (2), p. 243–274, 2012. He was a panel discussant at the International Association of Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy 10th Anniversary Conference, New York, NY, March 2012.

Morton Kissen presented “Combining Psychodynamic Treatment and Yoga for Post-disaster Stress Reduction” at the 18th Annual Conference of the International Association of Dynamic Psychotherapy, Sendai, Japan, September 2012.

Karen Lombardi presented “Whole and/or in Bits: Bohm, Matte Blanco, and (Un)consciousness” at the spring meeting of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, Santa Fe, NM, April 2012.

Robert Mendelsohn published “Parallel Process and Projective Identification in Psychoanalytic Supervision” in Psychoanalytic Review, 99 (3), p. 297–314, 2012. He presented “Playing with the Couple’s Projective Identification: Proposal for a Psychoanalytic Couples Therapy” at the spring meeting of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, Santa Fe, NM, April 2012.

J. Christopher Muran edited, with A.W. Wolf and M.R. Goldfried, Transforming Negative Reactions to Clients: From Frustration to Compassion (Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2012). Dr. Muran wrote, with C. Hungr, one of the book’s chapters, “Power Plays, Negotiation, and Mutual Recognition in the Therapeutic Alliance.” Dr. Muran wrote, with C. Eubanks-Carter and B.S. Gorman, “Quantitative Naturalistic Methods for Detecting Change Points in Psychotherapy Research: An Illustration with Alliance Ruptures” in Psychotherapy Research, 22 (6), p. 621–637, 2012.

Joseph Newirth gave the following presentations at the spring meeting of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, Santa Fe, NM, April 2012: “Psychoanalysis as Personal Theater: Transitional Experience, Enactment, Reverie and Symbolization,” “The Play’s The Thing: Enactment, Reverie and Symbolization in Psychoanalysis” and “After Birth: Postpartum Experiences of Creativity, Loss, Envy, Reparation and Identity.”

Lars Ross published the following: with J.J. Foxe and S. Molholm, “Multisensory Integration in Schizophrenia” in The New Handbook of Multisensory Processing, p. 691–706 (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2012); with I.R. Olson, D. McCoy and E. Klobusicky, “Social Cognition and the Anterior Temporal Lobes: A Review and Theoretical Framework” in Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, (published online, October 2012); and, with I.R. Olson, “What’s Unique About Unique Entities?An fMRI Investigation of the Semantics of Famous Faces and Landmarks” in Cerebral Cortex, 22 (9), p. 2005–2015, 2012. He presented “The Relationship Between Common Gene Variation and Brain Connectivity and its Implications for Autism Spectrum Disorder” at ANT Burgundy Neuromeeting, Beaune, France, January 2012.

Ionas Sapountzis presented “On Intersubjective Firsts in the Analytic Third: Connecting with Self and Other” at the Joint International Conference of Psychoanalysis, Auckland, New Zealand, August 2012.

Carolyn Springer presented the following: with J. Pellman, “Taking Charge of Your Health” at St. Paul’s Health Care Symposium, Brooklyn, NY, October 2012; “Weight Matters” at Preventing Heart Disease: From the Cradle and Beyond Healthy Heart Symposium, Brooklyn, NY, February 2012; and “Understanding Prescription Instructions: An Action Research Project” at the 120th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL, August 2012. Dr. Springer presented, with Francine Conway and N.R. DeJean, “Can Exposure to the Arts Mediate Negative Socio-Emotional Experiences?” at the New York State Annual Psychological Association 75th Annual Convention, New York, NY, May 2012.

Kate Szymanski published, with A. Sanders, “Siblings of People Diagnosed with Mental Disorder and Posttraumatic Growth in Community Mental Health Journal, (44) (1), p. 250–257, 2012, and, with A. Sanders, “Emotional Intelligence in Siblings of Patients Diagnosed with Mental Disorder” in Social Work in Mental Health, 10 (2), p. 331–342, 2012. She presented the following at the 120th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL, August 2012: with A. Sanders, “Emotional Intelligence in Siblings of Patients Diagnosed with Mental Disorder” and, with A. Gordon and A. Clark, “TAT Narratives as an Implicit Assessment of Trauma.” She also presented: with A. Sanders, “Siblings of the Mentally Ill: Impact on Attachment with Parents” at the 84th Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May 2012; with M. Klein, “Witnessing a Romantic Partner Psychotic Break: A Clinical Picture for Adolescents” at the spring meeting of Division 39 of the American Psychological Association, Santa Fe, NM, April 2012; and, with A. Gordon, “A Fresh Perspective on Trauma: Survivors Define Their Experience” at the Society for Personality Assessment Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 2012.

Joel Weinberger published, with P. Siegel, “Less is More: The Effects of Very Brief Versus Clearly Visible Exposure” in Emotion, 12 (2), p. 394–402, 2012.

This piece appeared in the Erudition 2013 edition.
 
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