Committee Reports

Graduate Student Committee report

Travel awards were presented to seven students for their winning poster submissions

2011 was an exciting year for students in Division 19. Travel awards were presented to seven students that created posters or gave talks at the APA Convention in Washington, D.C.

Awards were presented to the following students:

Ms. Marilyn A. Cornish and Melissa A. Knight: Religious Coping As a Moderator of the Link Between Combat Exposure, PTSD, and Relationship Quality Mr. Abraham J. Bilyeu: Veteran Academic Transitions Inventory
Ms. Marilyn A. Cornish and Melissa A. Knight: Religious Coping As a Moderator of the Link Between Combat Exposure, PTSD, and Relationship Quality
Mr. Abraham J. Bilyeu: Veteran Academic Transitions Inventory
Ms. Sabine Heisman: Intelligence Interviewing: Psychological Influence Techniques Ms. Carilyn C. Ellis: It's Not Just the Flashbacks: Symptom Severity and Quality of Life in Inpatient Group Treatment of Combat Related PTSD
Ms. Sabine Heisman: Intelligence Interviewing: Psychological Influence Techniques
Ms. Carilyn C. Ellis: It's Not Just the Flashbacks: Symptom Severity and Quality of Life in Inpatient Group Treatment of Combat Related PTSD
Ms. Brooke E. Zumas: An Examination of Sleep and Napping Patterns as a Function of Cadet Class Year at a Military Institution Ms. Rachel E. Wiley: Identifying Risk and Protective Factors of Vicarious Trauma and Resilience in Military Psychologists: How Can Supervision Help?
Ms. Brooke E. Zumas: An Examination of Sleep and Napping Patterns as a Function of Cadet Class Year at a Military Institution
Ms. Rachel E. Wiley: Identifying Risk and Protective Factors of Vicarious Trauma and Resilience in Military Psychologists: How Can Supervision Help?
Ms. Jennifer Bakalar was awarded our student research grant  
Additionally, Ms. Jennifer Bakalar from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences was awarded our student research grant for her proposal entitled, Post-deployment predictors of alcohol use among United States Service members with and without a history of inpatient psychiatric hospitalization.
 

Not pictured: Ms. Rebecca K. Blaise: Help Seeking for Psychological Problems in OEF/OIF Veterans: Perceived Stigma, Self Stigma, and Attributions for Problems; Engaging Military Service Members and Veterans in Mental Health Treatment.