Student Poster Award
The student must be the first author of the paper.
See Call for Convention Proposals for poster presentation submission requirements. Note that all student first-author posters accepted under Div. 37 APA programming are automatically entered into consideration for the Division Student Poster Awards.
Your poster will be evaluated on the following dimensions during the poster session:
- Scientific, technical or clinical importance.
- Originality/creativity of the work.
- Adequacy of the research design and methods.
- Quality of the conclusions drawn from results.
- Quality of the visual presentation.
- Amanda Ferrara
"Early Maltreatment, Sampling Variability, and Dysregulation: Application of Orthogonal Contrasts in a GLM Framework"
- Maya Cook
"Father Involvement and Depressive Symptoms in a Diverse, Low-Income Sample of Unmarried Mothers"
Anisa P. Yudawanti, BS, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Safeguarding children: Measuring the impact of witnessing parental arrest"
Katie J. Stone, MA, University of Kansas
"Factor analysis of the Family Environment Scale among youth in foster care"
Mary A. Hershberger, MA, University of New Mexico
"Does perspective matter? Problem behaviors and academic achievement in maltreated adolescents" (Section on Child Maltreatment Poster Winner)
Cynthia Lang, Texas A&M
"Relationship between gender and multiple informant reports of internalizing symptoms in adolescents"
Sabrina R. Liu, University of California at Santa Barbara
"Patterns of Adversity and Pathways to Health Among Ethnic Minority Youth"
Jordann Rawlins, California State University, Northridge
"Coping Strategies Among Emancipated Foster Youth: Contributions of Placement Timing and Type" (Section on Child Maltreatment Poster Winner)
Frannsy Zablah, The Catholic University of America
"Income Inequality and School-based Services for African American Young Children and Families."
Vanessa Fuentes, The Catholic University of America
"Examining the Influence of an Early Childhood Steam Intervention with Bilingual Children."
Stephanie Gusler, University of Kansas
"The Role of Poly-Victimization in Predicting Differences in Foster Youth's Appraisals.” (Section on Child Maltreatment Poster Winner)
Lauren Hindt, Loyola University
"Optimism as a Moderator for Positive Affect and Behavioral Problems Among Children in Foster Care."
- Lindsay Huffhines, University of Kansas
"Coping as a Moderator Between Child Maltreatment, Major Life Stress Events, and Youth Adjustment." (Section on Child Maltreatment Poster Winner).
Grace Jhe, Loyola University Chicago
The Protective Effect of Kinship Support on the Adjustment of Youth in Foster Care
Mara Gustafson, Northwestern University
Predictors of Caregiver Engagement in Family Preservation Services Over Time (Section on Child Maltreatment poster winner)
Casey Dillon, University of Alabama
Peer Victimization, Externalizing and Internalizing, and Verbal Assertion Moderation Across Time
Elena Doskey, Texas A & M University
Help, I Need Somebody! Reported Needs of Parents of Children 0 to 3 with Chronic Conditions
Christina Danko, DePaul University
In Home Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with Foster Parents and Children in Foster Care
Linda McWhorter, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
The associations between caregiver psychological disorders, parenting behavior, and severity of child maltreatment among physically abusive caregivers. (Section on Child Maltreatment poster winner)
Lilia Mucka, Wayne State University
Barriers to Parent Adherence to Assessment Recommendations
Jordan Daylor, University of California, San Diego
Policy Through Practice Perspectives of Factors Influencing EBP Implementation in Youth Services
Kathleen S. Tillman
Factors Influencing Whether or Not School Counselors Report Childhood Physical Abuse(Section on Child Maltreatment Winner; Note: Due to a miscommunication, the 2013 section poster award went to a PhD first-authored poster rather than a student first-authored poster)
Laura E. Miller, MS, University of Michigan
Child Sex Predicts to Change in Aggressive Behavior toward a Sibling
Brittany L. Jordan-Arthur, BA, University of South Florida
The Differential Health and Mental Health Care Utilization of Adopted Children: Findings From a Nationally Representative Sample
Sara L. Stromeyer, MA, University of Alabama
Relationships Between Multiple-Informant Aggression, Social Problems, and Inconsistent Discipline (Section on Child Maltreatment Poster Winner)
Briana L. Anderson, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Therapist Motivation for Gaining PCIT Training and Its Effects on Treatment Outcome
Sponsor: Beverly Funderbunk, PhD
Justin A. Lavner, University of California—Los Angeles
Child and Parent Adjustment Over Time in Gay and Straight Families Adopting from Foster Care
Sponsor: Jill Waterman, PhD
Diane Wach Miller, Human Development/Family Life Development Center, Cornell University
Identifying Precursors to Borderline Personality Disorder Among Maltreated Youth
Sponsor: John J. Eckenrode, PhD
Colin B. King
Comparing Child Abuse Referrals Received from Educators to Other Professionals
Jonathan I. Martinez
How Parents' Social Networks Influence Youth Mental Health Service Use
Sara L. Stromeyer
Inflation of Competencies and Academic Outcomes in Aggressive Children
Stephanie T. Snow
Mothers' Attributions Predict Concurrent and Longitudinal Mother-Child Interaction Quality
Lisa A. De La Rue
An Alternative to Incarcerating Youth: Developing Programs that Decrease Recidivism and Strengthen Family Relationships