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Thirty-Second Annual Meeting of the Society for Research in Psychopathology

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Thursday, 20 September 2018
15:00-20:30
(Utah)
16:30-19:00
(Michigan)
17:00-18:00
(Texas)
18:00-20:00
(Indiana A-G)
18:30-20:30
(Indiana A-G)1. Individual Differences In Avoidance Under Uncertain ThreatEma Tanovic; Jutta Joormann2. Adult Separation Anxiety Disorder: Personality Correlates In A Community SampleMegan Finsaas; Daniel Klein3. Social Concerns In Individuals With Body Focused Repetitive BehaviorsAbel Mathew; Han Joo Lee4. The Causal Role of State-Level Anxiety In Driving Attentional Bias To ThreatEmily Meissel; Jaclyn Farrens; Nader Amir; Emily Kappenman5. Impact of Anxiety On Perceptual Decision-Making: Insights From Drift Diffusion ModelingGabriella Imbriano; Jingwen Jin; Aprajita Mohanty 6. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Is Associated With Explicit Rather Than Implicit Verbal Memory Performance Deficits In U.s. Military VeteransVictor Pokorny; Craig Marquardt; Seth Disner; Nathaniel Nelson; Scott Sponheim7. Acoustic Features of Infant Vocalizations Related To Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder In Fragile X SyndromeLisa Rague; Bridgette Tonnsen8. Internalizing Symptoms and Chronotype In Youth: A Longitudinal Assessment of Anxiety, Depression and The Tripartite ModelDustin Haraden; Benjamin Mullin; Benjamin Hankin9. The Critical Need To Consider Polypharmacy When Studying Antidepressant Exposure During Pregnancy and Risk For Offspring PsychopathologyAyesha Sujan; Patrick Quinn; Martin Rickert; Kelsey Wiggs; Paul Lichtenstein; Henrik Larsson; A. Sara Oberg; Brian D’Onofrio10. Maternal Antiepileptic Drug Use During Pregnancy and Offspring Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.Kelsey Wiggs; Martin Rickert; Ayesha Sujan; Patrick Quinn; Paul Lichtenstein; Henrik Larsson; Sara Oberg; Brian D'Onofrio11. Associations Between Brain Structure and Depressogenic Self-Schematic Processing In ChildhoodPan Liu; Matthew Vandermeer; Marc Joanisse; Deanna Barch; David Dozois; Elizabeth Hayden12. The P Factor In Children: Relationships With Executive Function and Effortful ControlAllison Shields; Kathleen Reardon; Cassandra Brandes; Jennifer Tackett13. Self-Photo Editing and Its Effect On Eating Disorder Risk In College StudentsMadeline Wick; Pamela Keel14. Associations Between Ovarian Hormones and Emotional Eating Across The Menstrual Cycle: do Ovulatory Shifts In Hormones Matter?Natasha Fowler; Pamela Keel; S. Alexandra Burt; Michael Neale; Steve Boker; Cheryl Sisk; Kelly Klump15. Cross-Cultural Differences In Etiologic Conceptualizations of Bulimia Nervosa: A Case of Mainland ChinaRuofan Ma; Kevin Capobianco; Jonathan Oakman16. An Investigation of Night Eating and Inhibitory Control In Adolescent GirlsAmy Egbert; Amy Bohnert; Carolyn Bates; Dorothy McLeod; Chloe Creber; Kimberly Rosania; Amanda Ward; Lara Dugas; Rebecca Silton17. Are Fit Indices Used To Test Psychopathology Structure Biased In Favor of The Bifactor Model?: A Simulation StudyAshley L. Greene; Nicholas R. Eaton; Kaiqiao Li; Miriam K. Forbes; Kristian Markon; Irwin Waldman; Robert F. Krueger; Roman Kotov; HiTOP Higher Order Workgroup HiTOP Higher Order Workgroup18. Beliefs About Pleasure Influence Daily Ratings of Happiness In Dually-Diagnosed IndividualsElana Schwartz; Raymond Chan; Gregory Strauss; Brita Elvevag; Terje Holmlund; Peter Foltz; Alex Cohen19. Measuring Social Motivation: A Psychometric Evaluation of The Social Effort and Avoidance Scale (seas)Anne C. Uhlman; Samuel Abplanalp; Talha Alvi; Benjamin A. Tabak; Daniel Fulford20. Longitudinal Profiles of Inflammatory Response Moderate The Relationship Between Recent Negative Life Events and Symptoms of DepressionMarin Kautz; Brae Anne McArthur; Naoise Giollabhui21. General Distress In Anxiety and Depression Associated With Increased Systemic InflammationIris Ka-Yi Chat; Nicholas Kelley; Meghan Vinograd; Marcelina Perez; Richard Zinbarg; Katherine Young; Aileen Echiverri; Michelle Craske; Gregory E. Miller; Robin Nusslock22. Barriers To The Quantification of Behavior From Response Time Latencies On Mobile DevicesEliza Passell; Laura Germine; Paolo Martini; Kerry Ressler23. Examining Affective Dynamics In Bipolar Spectrum Psychopathology: Reactivity, Variability, and Instability In Daily LifeSarah Sperry; Thomas Kwapil24. Metacognitive Beliefs Mediate The Relationship Between Childhood Emotional Abuse and LonelinessJesse Hochheiser; Elaina Montague; William Spaulding25. Preschool Behavioral Anhedonia Predicts Growth In Depression Symptoms From Early Childhood To AdolescenceBrent Rappaport; Joan Luby; Deanna Barch26. Predisposition Or Scar Model: Cross-Lagged Panel Design Using Big Five Personality and The Tripartite ModelShereen Khoo; Yuliya Kotelnikova; Greg Perlman; Roman Kotov; Daniel Klein; David Watson27. Probing Mechanisms Underlying Vulnerability To Stress-Related DepressionErin Bondy; Jared Balbona; Kendall Sputo; David Baranger; Thomas Oltmanns; Ahmad Hariri; Ryan Bogdan28. Emotion Differentiation Moderates The Effect of Rumination On Depression: A Longitudinal StudyDaphne Y. Liu; Kirsten E. Gilbert; Renee J. Thompson29. Higher Body Mass Index Concurrently and Prospectively Predicts Worse Depressive Symptoms Directly and Predicts Worse Performance On Three Measures of Executive Functioning Indirectly Via Elevated Interleukin-6Naoise MacGiollabhui; Daniel P Moriarity ; Marin M Kautz; Lauren M Ellman; Thomas M Olino; Christopher L Coe; Dominika Swistun; Lyn Y Abramson; Lauren B Alloy30. Trajectories of Positive Affect From Middle Childhood To Late Adolescence: Associations With Caregiver DepressionJulianne Griffith; Dustin Haraden; Jami Young; Benjamin Hankin31. Dampening Positive Affect Moderates The Association Between Negative Life Events and Depressive Symptoms In AdolescentsLaura McLaughlin; Corinne Bart; Lauren Alloy32. Adult Attachment and Internalizing Disorders: A Meta-Analytic ReviewGraham Nelson; Michael O'Hara33. Pain Symptomatology Influences Inhibitory Control Through Psychological Symptoms In Emerging AdultsKelly Polnaszek; Ian Kahrilas; Caitlin Murray; Amy Bohnert; Kevin Hellman; Frank Tu; Rebecca Silton34. Avoidance of Risk Taking In DepressionDahyeon Kim; Amanda Kutz; Lira Yoon35. Theory of Mind Decoding and Motivational Anhedonia In DepressionChloe Hudson; Kate Harkness36. Drift-Diffusion Modeling of Reward Learning In Depressed Adolescents: Baseline, Reliability, and Treatment EffectsVictoria Lawlor; Paris Singleton; Christian A. Webb; Randy P. Auerbach; Daniel Dillon37. The Effect of Self-Compassion On Emotional and Biological Recovery From Stress In DepressionAlison Tracy; Joelle LeMoult38. Emotion-Based Impulsivity and Prefrontal Cortical Volume Predict Risk For Bipolar Spectrum DisordersAnn Carroll; Katherine Damme; Robin Nusslock; Corinne Bart; Tommy Ng; Madison Titone39. The Relationship Between White Matter Integrity and General Distress and AnhedoniaSekine Ozturk; Casey Armstrong; Ann Carroll; Kate Damme; Katie Young; Iris Ka-Yi-Chat; Nicholas Kelley; Susan Bookheimer; Richard Zinbarg; MIchelle Craske; Robin Nusslock40. Anhedonic Depressive Symptoms Are Related To Altered Neural Circuitry During The Social Regulation of Emotion Among Young AdultsLuis Flores; Gabriela Alarcon; Kristen Eckstrand; Morgan Lindenmuth; Erika Forbes41. Structural Connectivity Between Anterior Cingulate Cortex and Amygdala Prospectively Predicts First Onset of Depressive Disorders In Adolescent FemalesJingwen Jin; Lauren Delarparte; Greg Perlman; Daniel Klein; Christine DeLorenzo; Roman Kotov; Aprajita Mohanty42. Reduced Cognitive Control Network Modularity Predicts Future Symptoms of Depression In AdolescentsShannon M. Glasgow; Jingwen Jin; Ruofan Ma; Greg Perlman; Jared van Snellenberg; Roman Kotov; Daniel N. Klein; Aprajita Mohanty 43. Neural Responses To Reward, Loss, and Breaking-Even In Remitted DepressionVivia Carrillo; Kelly Correa; Randy P. Auerbach; Stewart A. Shankman44. Influence of Environmental Stress, Temperament, and Anxiety On Development of Reward Sensitivity From Childhood To Early AdolescenceEmma Mumper; Sara Bufferd; Megan Finsaas; Ellen Kessel; Autumn Kujawa; Daniel Klein45. A Preliminary Investigation of Emotional Reactivity and Variability Among Women With A History of DepressionZachary Anderson; Marina Lopez-Sola; Desmond Ong; Morgan Gianola; Ramsey Wilcox; Yoni Ashar; Natasha Hansen; Sarah Hagerty; Barbora Dolejsova; Roland Johnson; Jennie Gerson; Molly Trollinger; Tor Wager; Sona Dimidjian; Jessica Andrews-Hanna; June Gruber46. Coherence In Resting-State Brain Activity Among Mother-Infant Dyads: Links With Depression RiskKaylin Hill; Lisa Rague; Bridgette Tonnsen; Dan Foti47. Reduced Neural Response To Social Acceptance and Rejection In Remitted Recurrent DepressionClara Freeman; Paige Ethrdige; Anna Weinberg48. Acute and Long-Term Effects of Serial Ketamine On Reducing Suicidal Ideation and Mood Scores In Treatment-Resistant DepressionKatie Patel; Olivia Russak; Joana Loureiro; Avery Garrett; Alesandra Espinoza; Eliza Congdon; Terri Teshiba; Doxa Chatzopoulou; Yining Zhao; Sandeep Deverasetty; Michelle Craske; Randall Espinoza; Katherine Narr; Megha Vasavada49. The Efficacy of Intranasal Oxytocin As An Adjunct To Psychotherapy For The Treatment of DepressionLisa Serravalle ; Christopher Cardoso; Mark A. Ellenbogen50. The Influence of Loneliness On Predicted and Experienced Affect During Valentine’s DayShannon Martin; Sarah Dame; Kasey Morey; Stuart Quirk51. Ecological and Predictive Validity of Dispositional Emotion Regulation MeasuresTierney McMahon; Kristin Naragon-Gainey52. Influence of Additive Dopaminergic Genetic Variation and Acute Stress On Working MemoryVaibhav Sapuram; Suzanne Vrshek-Schallhorn; Michael Kane53. Neurostimulation of The Human Cerebellum During Associative LearningJessica Mitroi; Leah Burroughs; Nancy Lundin; Amanda Bolbecker; Alexandra Moussa-Tooks; Lisa Bartolomeo; Abinand Rejimon; John Purcell; Brian O'Donnell; William Hetrick54. Understanding The Relationship Between Affective Word Use and Coping StrategiesKathryn Hardin; Beshaun Davis; Matthew Marggraf; Lisa Emery; Kyle Minor55. Examining Bias-Based Forms of Cyber Aggression Among Youth: Prevalence, Emotional Impact, and Effectiveness of Coping StrategiesSamantha Schires; S. Alexandra Burt56. Avoidance and Autonomic Inflexibility In Veterans With Chronic Ptsd SymptomsKen Bennett; Salahadin Lotfi; Caron Dean; Sadie Larsen; Christine Larson; Hanjoo Lee57. Locus of Control As A Moderator of The Relation Between Aggression and Hostility Attribution BiasAlea Armintrout; Jonathan Cohn; Alysia Berglund; David Cicero58. The Relationship Between Rejection Sensitivity and Parental Attachment Among Individuals With Borderline Personality Disorder FeaturesStephanie Freitag; Mark Lenzenweger59. "They Understand The Lyrics, But Not The Music": An Examination of Natural Speech In Psychopathic and Non-Psychopathic OffendersHannah Walsh; Craig Neumann; Alex Cohen; Kent Kiehl; Daniel Mark; Sandeep Roy60. Examining The Factor Structure and Validity of The Triarchic Model of PsychopathyKatherine Collison; Joshua Miller; Donald Lynam61. The Interface Between Personality and Psychopathology Among Youth: A Multivariate Behavior Genetic InvestigationAshley Watts; Holly Poore; Scott Lilienfeld; Irwin Waldman62. A Systematic Review of Personality Traits and Their Associations With Mental Health Treatment OutcomesMeredith Bucher; Takakuni Suzuki; Douglas Samuel63. Personality Disorder Dimensions, Pathological Personality Trait Domains, and Errors In MentalizationAlexandra Vizgaitis; Mark Lenzenweger64. Non-Specialized Treatment For Borderline Personality Disorder: A Meta-Analysis of Treatment As Usual ConditionsEllen Finch; Sara Masland; Ethan Glasserman; Jacob MacDonald; Lois Choi-Kain65. Factors Associated With Physical Pain During Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: A Large Web-Based StudyRyan Carpenter; Johanna Hepp; Inga Niedtfeld; Timothy Trull66. Anger Expression, Triarchic Biobehavioral Traits, and Cluster B Personality DisordersCarson Cooper; Casey Strickland; Christopher Patrick67. Evolving Conceptions of Personality Disorders: Relations To Biobehavioral TraitsCasey Strickland; Christopher Patrick68. The Dimensional Personality Symptom Itempool - Short Form: A Measure Derivation and Validation StudyKathleen W. Reardon; Jennifer L. Tackett69. Uncovering The Structure of Narcissism: Item-Level Factor Analysis From Broad To Narrow TraitsMichael Crowe; Don Lynam; Josh Miller70. An Examination of The Measurement and Predictive Invariance of The Pid-5: Comparing Undergraduate Students and Treatment-Seeking PatientsMichael Carnovale; R. Michael Bagby71. Development of A Short-Form of The Generalized Assessment of Personality Dysfunction (gapd)Alejandro Corona-Espinosa; Jaime Shapiro; Lee Anna Clark72. Predicting Functional Impairment With A Dimensional Measure of Borderline Personality DisorderJiwon Min; Stephanie Mullins-Sweatt73. Bayesian Examination of Reward Processing In NarcissismChristopher C. Spencer; Jeffrey S. Bedwell; Corey J. Bohil74. Contribution of Psychopathic Traits In The Prediction of Colorblind PrejudiceDaniel Mark; Sandeep Roy; Hannah Walsh; Craig Neumann75. Title: An Item Response Theory Analysis of Positive Schizotypal Traits and OpennessKelsey Straub; Jessica Hua; John Kerns76. Differentiating Between Traits and Dysfunction In The Alternative Model of Personality DisorderChloe Evans; Leonard Simms77. Personality Traits Share Overlapping Neuroanatomical Correlates With Internalizing and Externalizing PsychopathologyCourtland Hyatt; Max Owens; Joshua Gray; James MacKillop; Lawrence Sweet; Joshua Miller78. Children and Adolescents Spontaneously Distance Their Language When Engaging In Cognitive ReappraisalErik Nook; Constanza Vidal-Bustamante; Hyun Young Cho; Laurel Kordyban; Michael Mayer; Leah Somerville79. Cognitive Control Across The LifespanLauren Rutter; Ipsit Vahia; Brent Forester; Laura Germine80. The Sweet Taste Test: Assessment of Initial Responsiveness To Reward AttainmentJeffrey S. Bedwell; Christopher C. Spencer; Cristina A. Chirino; John P. O'Donnell81. A Randomized Study of Participant Engagement Strategies For Assessing Cognitive Control and Emotion Perception In The Partners Healthcare BiobankLuke Scheuer; David Dodell-Feder; Jasmine Kaduthodil; Kerry Ressler; Laura Germine82. Exposure To Childhood Sexual Abuse and Sustained Attention Performance In A Large Population-Based Sample of AdultsSarah Vogel; Michael Esterman; Joseph DeGutis; Jeremy Wilmer; Kerry Ressler; Laura Germine83. Internalizing Psychopathology and All-Cause Mortality: A Comparison of Transdiagnostic and Diagnosis-Based PredictionHyunsik Kim; Nicholas Eaton; Miriam Forbes; Nicholas Turiano; Robert Krueger84. Voice-Hearing In Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: It Matters How You AskAnn K. Shinn; Melissa Hwang; Jonathan D. Wolff; Lois W. Choi-Kain; Dost Ongur; Kerry J. Ressler; Milissa L Kaufman85. Neuropsychological Predictors of Performance-Based Measures of Functional Capacity and Social Skills In Individuals With Severe Mental IllnessZanjbeel Mahmood; Cynthia Burton; Lea Vella; Elizabeth Twamley86. Visual and Verbal Theory of Mind and Neurocognitive Impairment In Schizophrenia and Parkinson’s DiseaseMichal Hajdúk; Zuzana Košutzká; Mária Králová; Anton Heretik; Ján Pečeňák; Peter Valkovič; Zsolt Cséfalvay87. The Association Between Reactivity To Daily Stressors and Changes In Internalizing Across TimeCraig Rodriguez-Seijas; Nicholas R. Eaton 88. What Is The General Factor of Psychopathology? Consistency of The P Factor Across SamplesHolly Levin-Aspenson; David Watson; Lee Anna Clark; Mark Zimmerman89. Placement of Mania In The Metastructure: Internalizing Or Thought Disorder?Cheyanne Busso; Katherine Jonas; Kate Valerio; Gabrielle Carlson; Roman Kotov90. Curvilinear Relationships Between Emotional Clarity and Internalizing Symptoms: Evidence From Multiple Samples and MeasuresJuhyun Park; Kristin Naragon-Gainey91. Toward A Data-Driven Nosology of Internalizing Psychopathology: Identifying and Validating Clusters of Reward and Threat ProcessingCarter Funkhouser; Alex Leow; Kerry Kinney; Kelly Correa; Stewart Shankman92. Beliefs That Negative Emotions Are Unacceptable Dampen The Benefits of Psychological Distancing: Evidence From An Emotional Challenge Study In Direct and Indirect Self-InjuryChelsea Boccagno; Kathryn Fox; Shirley Wang; Jill Hooley93. Past Cannabis Use, Biological Sex, and Anhedonia Across Psychiatric DiagnosesJohn P. ODonnell; Christopher C. Spencer; Jeffrey S. Bedwell94. Comparison of The Networks of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms In Adolescents Selected For High Vs. Low InflammationDaniel Moriarity; Naoise Mac Giollabhui; Thomas Olino; Lauren Ellman; Christopher Coe; Lyn Abramson; Lauren Alloy95. Predictors of Sleep Quality: Effects of Perceived Stress Exposure and The Additive Influence of Six Serotonergic PolymorphismsGail Corneau; Suzanne Vrshek-Schallhorn96. Heritability of Thought Disorder In Schizophrenia and Bipolar Patients and Their Clinically Unaffected First-Degree Biological RelativesHeejong Sung; Charity J Morgan; Michael J Coleman; Deborah L Levy97. Cannabis Use Is Associated With Altered Cerebellar Resting State Functional Connectivity, Mind-Wandering, and Schizotypal Experience In Young AdultsAshley Schnakenberg Martin; Dae-Jin Kim; Karen Lorite; Eli Calkins; Leah Moravec; Sharlene Newman; William Hetrick; Brian O'Donnell98. Functional Neurocircuitry of Addiction: Testing For Possible Causal Effects of Substance Use Within A Co-Twin Control FrameworkScott Burwell; Stephen Malone; Kathleen Thomas; Ruskin Hunt; William Iacono99. The Effects of Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia and Craving On Drinking In Daily LifeTayler Vebares; Andrea Wycoff; Ellen Yeung; Lindsey Freeman; Tim Trull100. Life Stress As A Moderator of The Connectivity Properties In The Symptom Network of Substance Use DisordersSin-Ying Lin; Eiko Fried; Nicholas Eaton101. Spontaneous Blink Rate As A Prognostic Marker of Contingency Management Treatment Response: A Pilot StudySarah Forster; Andrea Ortiz; Steven Forman; Stuart Steinhauer102. Polysubstance Use, Internalizing, and Externalizing Psychopathology: A Neurobehavioral Trait Model PerspectiveKeanan Joyner; Meghan Dyal; Casey Strickland; Christopher Patrick103. Psychosis-Proneness and Social NetworksJessica Woodyatt; Laura Germine; David Dodell-Feder104. Reduced Analytic Thinking and Belief Flexibility: Potential Pathways To ParanoiaMichael Bronstein; Jonas Everaert; Ariana Castro; Jutta Joormann; Tyrone Cannon105. Reappraising and Persisting In Social Stress: Changing Perception and Promoting ResilienceBrandon Chuang; Julian Egoian; Wesley Thomas; Vardui Grigoryan; Lydia Corral; Ann Kring106. Psychotic Like Experiences In An Undergraduate Population: Associations In Effort-Based Decision-Making and Reward ProcessingJulia Ermel; Erin Moran; Adam Culbreth; Deanna Barch107. Effort-Cost Computation As A Transdiagnostic Biomarker of AvolitionNicolas Leis; Ian M. Raugh; Hannah C. Chapman; Cristina M. Gonzalez; Gregory P. Strauss108. Examination of Empathic Accuracy Across Phases of PsychosisParnika Telagi; Kristen Haut; Erin Guty; David Dodell-Feder; Abhishek Saxena; Sarah Pridgen; Briana Galindo; Christine Hooker109. Context Processing In Individuals With Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder and Their Biological Relatives: Exploring The Role of Disorganization SymptomatologyEvan Myers; Ian Ramsay; Yizhou Ma; Angus MacDonald; Scott Sponheim110. Oxytocin Shows No Effect On Social Cognition In Women With SchizophreniaMarlene Tai; Ellen Bradley; Timothy Campellone; Johanna Brustkern; Joshua Woolley111. False Memories and Disrupted Reality Testing In SchizophreniaRashina Seabury; Carrie Bearden; Joseph Ventura; Keith Nuechterlein; Tyrone Cannon112. The Relationship Between Specific Schizotypal Characteristics and Goal InferenceJames S. Lynch; Colin Iwanski; Michael Keutmann; Sushma Rameshkumar; Ellen S. Herbener 113. Examining Medications Effects On Cognitive Functioning In SchizophreniaErin Moran; James Gold; Cameron Carter; Angus MacDonald; Dan Ragland; Steven Silverstein; Steven Luck; Deanna Barch114. An Evaluation of Accelerometry As An Objective Measure of Avolition In Psychotic DisordersHannah Chapman; Ian Raugh; Cristina Gonzalez; Gregory Strauss115. The Dynamic Link Between Schizotypy and Affect In State CognitionTovah Cowan; Brita Elvevåg; Terje Holmlund; Peter W. Foltz; Alex Cohen116. Deconstructing The Identification Stage of Emotion Regulation In Psychotic Disorders: An Ambulatory Psychophysiological Assessment StudyKatherine Visser; Ian Raugh; Hannah Chapman; Farnaz Zamani Esfahlani; Cristina Gonzalez; Aminah Matthews; Hiroki Sayama; Gregory Strauss117. Linking Active and Passive Mobile Phone-Based Assessment To Qualify Enjoyment of Social Interactions In People With and Without SchizophreniaSamuel Abplanalp; Rachel Gonzalez; Mariah Warren; David Gard; Daniel Fulford118. The Importance of Perceived Social Affiliation In Schizotypy and Psychotic-Like Experiences: Data From Three StudiesThanh Le; Brita Elvevaag; Terje Holmlund; Peter Foltz; Elana Schwartz; Tovah Cowan; Alex Cohen119. A Model of Prenatal Maternal Stress, Dermatoglyphic Markers, Changing Hippocampal Volumes and Psychotic-Like Symptoms In Adolescence: Project Ice StormMaria Leis; Suzanne King; Gauillaume Elgbeili; David Laplante120. Epidemiology of Loneliness: Identifying Risk Factors For PsychopathologyBridget Shovestul; Laura Germine; David Dodell-Feder121. Etiology of Cognitive Deficits In Schizophrenia: Comparison To Non-Psychotic Siblings and Unrelated ControlsKate Valerio; Katherine Jonas; Greg Perlman; Cheyanne Busso; Roman Kotov122. Characterizing Outcomes of Clinical High-Risk Non-Converters Using Group-Based Trajectory ModelingDana Allswede; Jean Addington; Carrie Bearden; Kristin Cadenhead; Barbara Cornblatt; Daniel Mathalon; Thomas McGlashan; Diana Perkins; Larry Seidman; Ming Tsuang; Elaine Walker; Scott Woods; Tyrone D. Cannon123. Effects of Early Life Stress On Adult Behavioral and Neural Outcomes In RatsAlexandra Moussa-Tooks; Ken Mackie; John Green; Lisa Bartolomeo; Alexander Gimeno; Eric Larson; Heather Bradshaw; Emma Leishman; Brian O'Donnell; William Hetrick124. Auditory Steady State Responses As Biomarkers of Treatment Response Following An Initial Session of Targeted Cognitive Training.Andrew Bismark; Wen Zhang; Yifeng Du; John Nungaray; Lauren Cardoso; Alexa Sison; Yash Joshi; William Hochberger; Emily Treichler; Michael Thomas; Gregory Light125. Neural Mechanisms Underlying Bullying Victimization In Individuals At Chr For Psychosis and Healthy VolunteersTeresa Vargas; Katherine Damme; Vijay Mittal126. Alterations In Facial Expressions In Youth At Clinical High-Risk For PsychosisTina Gupta; Kim K Rowghani; Jordyn Ricard; Claudia M Haase; Katherine Damme; Vijay A Mittal127. Relationships Between Objective and Subjective Sleep Quality and Cerebral Blood Flow In SchizophreniaStephanie A. Korenic; Andrea S. Wijtenburg; Frank Gaston; Hongji Chen; Peter Kochunov; Laura M. Rowland128. Amygdala Reactivity To Surprise In Schizotypy: Unique Roles of Social Anxiety & Interpersonal ProblemsElaina Montague; William Spaulding; Maital Neta129. Caudate Volume Is A Predictor of Psychotic-Like Experiences In MalesArielle Ered; Ingrid Olson; Evan Calvo; Hyden Zhang; Seth Maxwell; Vishnu Murty; Lauren Ellman130. Structural and Functional Network Structure In The Psychosis Risk PeriodKatherine Damme; Tina Gupta; Teresa Vargas; Vijay A. Mittal131. Thalamo-Cortical Structural Connectivity In Schizophrenia Patients and Healthy SiblingsBeier Yao; Sebastiaan Neggers; René Kahn; Katy Thakkar132. Disrupted Structural Connectivity In Early Psychosis: A Connectome Brain Mapping StudyMatthew Yung; Tom Hummer; Joaquin Goni; Susan Conroy; Michael Francis; Alan Breier133. Motor Learning During An Isometric Force Grip Task In Youth At Clinical High Risk For Psychosis: An Fmri StudyDerek Dean; Jessica Bernard; Vijay Mittal134. Understanding The Sting of "Psycho": An Fmri Study of Internalized Stigma and Working Memory Among Individuals At Clinical-High Risk For PsychosisShane Colombo; Amar Mandavia; Srishti Sardana; Drew Blasco; Julie Spicer; Lawrence Yang; Kevin Ochsner136. Differences In Retinal Activity In Major Depression Compared To Schizophrenia and ControlsSamantha Fradkin; Docia Demmin; Matthew Roché; Roni Netser; Steven Silverstein137. Impaired Neural Mechanisms of Predictive Coding Relate To Cognitive and Daily Functioning In Psychotic DisordersKayla Donaldson; Keisha Novak; Greg Perlman; Dan Foti; Roman Kotov; Aprajita Mohanty138. Behavioral and Neural Measures of Visual Working Memory In Youth At Clinical High Risk For PsychosisWen Zhang; Juston Osborne; Vijay Mittal; Emily Kappenman139. Self-Disturbances and Schizotypy In A Non-Clinical PopulationAlysia Berglund; Mallory Klaunig; Alea Armintrout; David Cicero140. Rsa Is Not Related To Social Cognition, Neurocognition, Symptoms, Or Functioning In SchizophreniaAmy Sanchez; Win Huynh; Joshua Woolley141. Neural Mechanisms of Response Selection In Youth At Clinical High Risk For PsychosisK. Juston Osborne; Wen Zhang; Emily Kappenman; Vijay Mittal142. Mobile Enhancement of Motivation In Schizophrenia: A Pilot Trial of A Text-Message Intervention To Improve MotivationLauren Luther; Melanie Watkins; Annalee Johnson-Kwochka; Kyle Minor; Michelle Salyers143. Improving Treatment Motivation In Individuals With Psychosis: Predictors of Response To Motivational EnhancementBenjamin Brett; Jessica McGovern; Jimmy Choi; Joanna Fiszdon144. Impact of Social Cognition and Interaction Training On Role Functioning In Individuals With Serious Mental IllnessCody Schulte; J. Irene Harris; Thad Strom; Tia Tourville; Timothy Usset; Tasha Nienow145. Coordinated Specialty Care For First-Episode Psychosis and Self-Determination Theory: Treatment Effects On Satisfaction of Basic Psychological NeedsNicholas Breitborde; Jacob Pine; Aubrey Moe146. Mobile-Assisted Cognitive Behavior Therapy For Negative Symptoms (mcbtn) In SchizophreniaEric Granholm; Jason Holden; Tanya t Mikhael; Peter Link; Dimitri Perivoliotis; Colin Depp147. Time-Based Prospective Memory Deficits In Adolescents At Clinical High Risk For PsychosisAnne Marie Teti; Joanna M. Fiszdon; Jennifer Callaghan; Lawrence C. Haber; Joshua E. Mervis; Jennifer Scagliotti; Godfrey D. Pearlson; Jimmy Choi148. Disorganization More Related To Poor Social Functioning Than Psychotic SymptomsSarah Pridgen; Kristen Haut; Briana Galindo; Christine Hooker149. Daily Stressors Linked To Increased Symptoms In Individuals At Clinical Risk For Psychosis?Briana Galindo; Kristen Haut; Sarah Pridgen; Abhishek Saxena; Christine Hooker150. Metacognitive Self-Reflection Is Related To Cognitive Training Improvement In SchizophreniaAlexis Nasse; Joanna M. Fiszdon; Paul H. Lysaker; Lauren Luther; Jennifer Scagliotti; Anne Marie Teti; Laurence C. Haber; Godfrey D. Pearlson; Jimmy Choi151. A Comparison of Veterans and Non-Veterans With Early PsychosisDominique White; Alan McGuire; SaraH Bauer152. Use of Information and Communication Technologies and Mental Health: Relationship To Symptoms of Schizotypy, Anxiety, and DepressionDevin Massaro; Thomas Dinzeo153. Adverse Childhood Experiences: Relationship To Attachment Style and Schizophrenia-Spectrum Phenomenon In College StudentErin Ryan; Thomas Dinzeo154. A Meta-Analysis of The Relationship Between Formal Thought Disorder and Social Functioning In SchizophreniaMatthew Marggraf; Michelle Salyers; Paul Lysaker; Kyle Minor155. The Relationship Between Religion and Quality of Life In People With Schizophrenia In HawaiiShelby Dolim; Aaron Neis; Jonathan Cohn; David Cicero156. The Relationship Between Current Symptoms and Motivation Deficits In SchizophreniaAnnalee Johnson-Kwochka; Melanie Watkins; Michelle Salyers; Kyle Minor; Lauren Luther157. Metacognition and Specific Components of Social FunctioningMelanie Watkins; Jennifer Vohs; Ilanit Hasson-Ohayon; Peter Phelan ; Kyle Minor; Paul Lysaker 158. Health-Related Functional Impairments In SchizotypyThomas Dinzeo; Sherry Pujji; Jamie Sullivan159. Individuals With Subclinical Paranoia Show Impaired Roommate Relationships and Poorer College AdjustmentCassi Springfield; Amy Pinkham; Robert Ackerman160. Predicting Social Cognition and Functioning From Autobiographical SpeechVirgilio Gonzenbach; Kat Hardin; Lesley Waters; Kyle Minor161. Convergent and Divergent Validity of The Prodromal Questionnaire Negative Symptom SubscaleKatherine Pierce; Seth Maxwell; Thomas Olino; Lauren Ellman162. Common Dimensions of Psychosis, Schizotypy, and PersonalityDavid Cicero; Katherine Jonas; Greg Perlman; Roman Kotov163. Insight and Quality of Life In Schizophrenia: A Meta-AnalysisBeshaun Davis; Michelle Salyers; Paul Lysaker; Kyle Minor164. A Reinvestigation of The Peters Et Al. Delusions Inventory and Applications In SchizophreniaKrista Wisner; Elliot Hong165. Relationship Between Substance Use Patterns and Prodromal Symptom Severity In Youths At High-Risk For Psychosis: Preliminary ResultsDaniel Pizarro; Charles Davidson 166. Use of Symptom Distress Assessment In Psychosis-Risk ScreeningJohn Fitzgerald; Elizabeth Thompson; Pamela Rakhshan; Zachary Millman; Nicole Andorko; Jason Schiffman167. Negative Symptoms and Cognitive Functioning In First-Episode Psychosis: A Bayesian Modeling PerspectiveJacob Pine; Aubrey Moe; Nicholas Breitborde168. Factor Analysis of Negative Symptoms In Individuals At Clinical High Risk For PsychosisMatilda Azis; Greg Strauss; Elaine Walker; Vijay Mittal169. Centrality of Disorganized and Interpersonal Symptoms In Schizotypy: A Network Analysis In An International Population-Based SampleAbhishek Saxena; Lauren Rutter; Laura Germine; David Dodell-Feder
20:30-22:00
(Texas)
Friday, 21 September 2018
7:45-8:30
(Michigan & Texas)
8:00-17:00
(Utah)
8:30-8:45
(Indiana E-G)
8:45-9:45
(Indiana E-G)Ivy Tso
9:45-10:00
(Michigan & Texas)
10:00-11:30
Indiana E-GIndiana A-BIndiana C-D
Jeffrey S. BedwellNeural Correlates of True and False Recognition Memory For Socially Relevant Information In SchizophreniaAmy Jimenez; Sydney Ghazarian; Junghee Lee; Warren Szewczyk; Jonathan Wynn; Michael GreenNeurocognitive Predictors of Social and Role Functioning In Individuals At Clinical High Risk For Developing Psychosis:findings From The 2nd Phase of The North American Prodrome Longitudinal Study (napls2)Ricardo Carrion; Jean Addington; Andrea Auther; Danielle McLaughlin; Heather Zyla; Ruth Olsen; Carrie Bearden; Kristin Cadenhead; Tyrone Cannon; Matcheri Keshavan; Daniel Mathalon; Thomas McGlashan; Diana Perkins; Larry Seidman; William Stone; Ming Tsuang; Elaine Walker; Scott Woods; Barbara CornblattMobile Phone-Based Sensing of Social Interactions In People With and Without Schizophrenia: Implications For Social Isolation and LonelinessDaniel Fulford; Samuel Abplanalp; Rachel Gonzalez; David GardHeterogeneity of Degree of Social Cognitive Impairment In Individuals With SchizophreniaAmy Pinkham; Michal Hajduk; Hans Klein; Emily Bass; Philip Harvey; David PennEvaluating The Effects of Two Cognitive Training Approaches In SchizophreniaCarol Jahshan; Sophia Vinogradov; Rachel Wein; Julio Iglesias; Michael GreenEfficacy of A Novel Adaptive Virtual-Reality (vr) Social Skills Training Program In SchizophreniaSohee Park; Megan Ichinose; Heathman Nichols; Joshua Wade; Lenie Torregrossa; Laura Hieber Adery; Eric Granholm; Nilanjan SarkarChanges In Emotion Processing Network Following Social Cognitive Training In Individuals With SchizophreniaKristen Haut; Briana Galindo; Sarah Pridgen; Abhishek Saxena; Mor Nahum; Christine Hooker Joshua MillerThe N-Pact Factor For Clinical Psychology: Sample Size and Power In Psychopathology ResearchJennifer Tackett; Kathleen Reardon; Avanté Smack; Kathrin HerzhoffSigning Review: Pros, Cons, and Recommendations.Donald Lynam; Courtland Hyatt; Chris Hopwood; Aidan Wright; Joshua MillerBalancing Rigor and Practicality: Common Sense Guidelines For Registration In Clinical ScienceAidan Wright; Rachel BachrachApplying Implementation Science To Quantitative Methods To Improve Transparency and Replicability In Clinical ScienceKevin King Alexander ShackmanNeurogenetic Bases of Extreme AnxietyAlexander ShackmanChildhood Anxiety Regulation: The Role of Parents In Buffering Frontoamygdala CircuitryDylan GeeThe Use of Translational Fear Learning and Conflict Paradigms To Probe Neural Circuitry Relevant For Anxiety.Robin Aupperle; Namik Kirlic; Rayus Kuplicki; Martin PaulusIdentifying Biomarkers of Internalizing SymptomsAntonia Kaczkurkin
11:30-13:00
(on your own)
13:00-14:00
(Indiana E-G)Gregory A. Miller
14:00-14:15
(Michigan & Texas)
14:15-15:45
(Indiana E-G)Sohee ParkOn The Reliability and Replicability of Psychopathology Network CharacteristicsMiriam Forbes; Aidan Wright; Kristian Markon; Robert KruegerPredicting The Sensory Consequences of Action In Schizophrenia: A Role For Thalamo-Cortical ConnectionsKatharine Thakkar; Beier YaoDigital Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Insomnia Reduces Incident Depression At One-Year Follow-UpPhilip Cheng; Gabriel Tallent; Annmarie Luik; Andrea Cuamatzi; Thomas Roth; Christopher Drake
15:45-16:45
(Indiana A-B)Patricia Deldin
16:15-16:45
(Indiana E-G)
16:45-18:45
(Indiana E-G)1. Investigating The Moderating Effects of Anxiety and Cognitive Reappraisal In Sunk Cost FallacyJovian C. Lam; K. Lira Yoon2. Worry, Not Arousal Or Anhedonia, Is Associated With Reduced Accuracy On A Verbal Working Memory TaskCourtney Louis; Lilianne Gloe; Jason Moser3. A Longitudinal Study Examining The Incremental Predictive Validity of Intolerance of UncertaintyKelly A. Correa; Elizabeth S. Stevens; Carter Funkhouser; Stewart A. Shankman4. Longitudinal Reliability of Retrospectively Self-Reported Depression and Ptsd Symptoms Among Recent VeteransLisa Keacher; Cassandra Fleming; Nicholas Davenport5. Correspondence of Self-Report Vs. Clinician-Administered Ratings of Ptsd Symptoms Among Deployed VeteransCassandra Fleming; Christopher Hollowell; Victor Pokorny; Nicholas Davenport6. Working Memory and Cognitive Control Performance Among Veterans With Elevated Ptsd SymptomsSalahadin Lotfi; Ken P. Bennett; Sadie E Larsen; Christine Larson; Caron Dean; Hanjoo Lee7. Exploring The Quantitative Structure of Psychopathology In ChildrenIsabella M. Palumbo; Kristian E. Markon; Robert D. Latzman8. Facet-Level Development of Neuroticism and Psychopathology From Middle Childhood To AdolescenceCassandra M. Brandes; Jennifer L. Tackett9. Development and Validation of A Developmentally Appropriate Battery of Emotionally Evocative Stimuli For Use With Young ChildrenLindsay Gabel; Marlee Salisbury; Andrew Daoust; Jessica Grahn; C. Emily Durbin; Elizabeth Hayden10. The Role of Child Sex In The Stability of Cortisol Stress Reactivity and Its Associations With SymptomsAndrew Daoust; Yuliya Kotelnikova; Katie Kryski; Haroon Sheikh; Shiva Singh; Elizabeth Hayden11. Personality Change After Sexual Initiation: The Moderating Role of Sexual AbuseAllison Gornik; Emily Durbin; Brian Hicks; William Iacono; Matt McGue12. Emotion Dysregulation and Functional Connectivity In Children With and Without A History of Major Depressive DisorderKatherine Lopez; Joan Luby; Andrew Belden; Deanna Barch13. Brooding As An Intermediate Step Between Childhood Anxiety and Adolescent DepressionDaniella Greenfield; Katherine Sarkisian; Hill Goldsmith14. Differential Associations of Youth Psychopathic Trait Dimensions With Psychopathology, Personality, and Behavioral TraitsHolly Poore; Ashley Watts; Scott Lilienfeld; Irwin Waldman15. Precision Medicine Using Functional Dynamics Clinical Profiling: The Case of Internalizing and Alcohol Use ProblemsKatherine T. Foster; Brian M. Hicks; Adriene M. Beltz16. Developing The Experiential Processing of Emotion Scale (epes) – Phase 1Jude Ash; K. Lira Yoon17. Theory- and Data-Driven Characterization of Individual Differences Using Computational Modeling and A Bayesian Hierarchical Mixture ApproachJaeyeong Yang; Woo-Young Ahn18. Facets of Positive Affect and Risk For Bipolar Disorder: Role of The Behavioral Activation SystemAllison Dornbach-Bender; Camilo Ruggero; Craig Neumann; Jennifer Callahan; Keke Schuler19. Expected Affect and Effort For Daily Decisions In Remitted DepressionHaijing Wu; Renee Thompson20. Do Perceived Interpersonal Daily Hassles Predict Reduced Anticipated Pleasure From Relationships and Frequency of Next Day Social Interactions In Daily Life?Bradley Avery; Suzanne Vrshek-Schallhorn21. Validation of A Chronotype Self-Report Measure Against Physiological Measures of Delayed Circadian Phase In A Bipolar Spectrum Disorder High-Risk SampleMadison Titone; Tommy Ng; Namni Goel; Laura Dennis; Laura Mclaughlin; Lauren Alloy22. Risk For Depression Predicts Low Expectations For Personally-Relevant EventsWilliam Villano; C.E. Chiemeka Ezie; Rod Gillis; A. Ross Otto; Aaron Heller23. Experience-Sampling Approach To Emotion Differentiation Across Bipolar and Unipolar Mood Disorders: Associations With Emotion Regulation and VariabilityCynthia M. Villanueva; Douglas Mennin; Greg Murray; Renee J. Thompson; June Gruber24. Differential Effects of Worry and Rumination Inductions On Attention To Emotional StimuliElizabeth Lewis; Ivan Blanco-Martinez; Hannah Raila; Jutta Joormann25. Emotion Regulation Variability In Current, Remitted, and Never Depressed IndividualsAlainna Wen; Leanne Quigley; Keith Dobson26. Motivation To Expend Physical and Cognitive Effort: Distinct Roles In Anhedonia and Functional Disability In Major Depressive DisorderTanya Tran; Amanda Hagen; Tom Hollenstein; Christopher Bowie27. Interpretation Inflexibility Takes A Toll On Positivity: A Pathway To Elevated Internalizing SymptomsAriana A. Castro; Jonas Everaert; Michael V. Bronstein; Tyrone D. Cannon; Jutta Joormann28. Does Rumination Have Adverse Interpersonal Consequences? An Emotion-Dysregulation Extension To Stress-Generation Theory In DepressionRyan Egan; David Smith29. “what Was, Is What Will Be”? Autobiographical Memory and Prediction of Future Events In DepressionReuma Gadassi-Polack; Tanya Tran; Jutta Joormann30. Executive Control Under Stress: Stress Generation and Physiological ArousalMeghan Quinn; Jutta Joormann31. Risk-Taking Among Individuals With Bipolar Disorder: An Investigation Using The BartCynthia Burton; Merranda McLaughlin; Ivy Tso32. Using Resting State Intrinsic Network Connectivity To Identify Suicide Risk In Mood DisordersJonathan Stange; Lisanne Jenkins; Stephanie Pocius; Kayla Kreutzer; Katie Bessette; Sophie DelDonno; Leah Kling; Runa Bhaumik; John Keilp; K. Luan Phan; Scott Langenecker33. Age-Typical Changes In Neural Reward Response Are Moderated By Maternal PsychopathologyKatherine Luking; Brady Nelson; Zachary Infantolino; Greg Hajcak34. Functional Connectivity of Prefrontal Cortex and Amygdala As A Mediator In The Relation Between Childhood Maltreatment and Adulthood Major Depressive DisorderScott Squires; Jordan Poppenk; Mojdeh Zamyadi; Stefanie Hassel; Glenda MacQueen; Stephen Strother; Roumen Milev; Sidney Kennedy; Kate Harkness35. Associations Between Children'S Resting State Functional Connectivity and Maternal History of DepressionMatthew Vandermeer; Andrew Daoust; Ola Mohamed Ali; Marc Joanisse; Deanna Barch; Elizabeth Hayden36. Elevated Striatal and Medial Orbitofrontal Responses To Reward Consumption Distinguished Bipolar Spectrum Disorder From Unipolar DepressionTommy Ng; Katherine Damme; Christina Young; Ann Carroll; Casey Armstrong; Madison Titone; Corinne Bart; Robin Nusslock; Lauren Alloy37. Associations Between Mothers' and Daughters' Neural Responses To Monetary Reward Are Moderated By Daughters' Developmental StatusPaige Ethridge; Anna Weinberg38. Dependent Life Stress Mediates The Effect of Neural Response To Reward On Depression: A Stress Generation ModelDaniel Mackin; Roman Kotov; Brandon Goldstein; Daniel Klein39. Abnormal High-Frequency Resting-State Functional Connectivity Differentiates Major Depressive Disorder From Bipolar DisorderAshleigh Rutherford; Alexis E. Whitton; Manon L. Ironside; Amy Farabaugh; Thilo Deckersbach; Dost Ongur; Diego A. Pizzagalli40. Depressive and Hypomanic Symptoms Are Related To Opposite Profiles of Reward-Related Neural Activity Only Following Immediate RewardsJames Glazer; Nicholas Kelley; Erica Fada; Afsar Sandozi; Robin Nusslock41. Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia and Emotion Regulation Strategies In Emerging Adults At Risk For Bipolar DisorderAlexandra Teague; June Gruber42. Emotion Regulation and Dysregulation: Pathways Linking Emotion Mindsets and Internalizing SymptomsHaley Skymba; Megan Davis; Haina Modi; Annie Weldon; Wendy Heller; Karen Rudolph43. Context Matters: Intranasal Oxytocin Increases Negative Memory Recall In Persons At Risk For Depression During Computerized Testing, But Not When Administered By A PersonFlorencia Trespalacios; Virginia Tsekova; Lisa Serravalle; Christopher Cardoso; Mark Ellenbogen44. Temporal Invariance of The Bdi and Bai In A Large Clinical SampleAmanda Kramer; Alexander Williams; Richard Zinbarg45. A Random Intercept Model of The Longitudinal Co-Occurrence of Depression and Different Anxiety Syndromes In YouthErin Long; Jami Young; Benjamin Hankin46. The Effects of Peer Victimization and Inflammation On Depressive Symptoms In ChildrenEmilia Cardenas; Autumn Kujawa; Ellen Kessel; Daniel Klein47. Four Decades of Research On Interpretation Biases In Depression: Is The Glass Half-Full Or Half-Empty?Jonas Everaert; Ioana R. Podina; Ernst H.W. Koster48. Treatment of Double Depression: The Past and The FutureDavid May; K. Lira Yoon49. Depressive Symptoms and Academic Achievement: Are Fixed Mindsets Just A Specific Instance of Negative Attributional Style?Andrea I. Alatorre; Hugh H. Burke; Marissa R. Vander Missen; Gerald J. Haeffel50. The Influence of Parental Cognitive Style On Adolescent Psychological OutcomesErin Curley; Brae Anne McArthur; Lyn Abramson; Lauren Alloy51. Reversal Learning In Depression and Pathological Gambling: Evidence From Evidence From Event-Related Potentials, Dopamine Functioning, and Computational ModelingBelel Ait Oumeziane; Kayla Donaldson; Li Xin Lim; Rachel Baum; Sébastien Hélie; Don Lynam; Dan Foti52. The Association Between Psychological Problems and Self-Harm and Suicide Attempts: A Population-Based Twin StudyLauren O'Reilly; Patrick Quinn; Erik Pettersson; Sebastian Lundström; Henrik Larsson; Paul Lichtenstein; Brian D'Onofrio53. Randomized Controlled Trial of An Online Machine Learning-Driven Risk Assessment and Intervention Platform For Increasing The Use of Crisis ServicesAdam Jaroszewski; Matthew Nock; Morris Robert54. Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Functions Are Differentially Associated With Symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder and DepressionShirley Wang; Anita Kwashie; Kathryn Fox; Jill Hooley55. Examining The Covariation Between Motor Resonance and Psychopathic TraitsDiane Rohrer; Sonja Krstic; Raymond Knight56. Polygenic Predictors of Cognitive Sequelae Related To PtsdSeth Disner; Nathaniel Nelson; Scott Sponheim57. What Are The Personality Correlates of Digital Aggression?Mikayla Kim; Saleem Alhabash; S. Alexandra Burt58. Effort Discounting, Anhedonia, and Apathy In Parkinson Disease and Healthy AdultsMariah Warren; Michael Treadway; Jessica Cooper; Daniel Fulford59. Caregiver Personality and Child Temperament Interact To Predict Change In Hostile ParentingOla Mohamed Ali; Katie R. Kryski; C. Emily Durbin; Elizabeth P. Hayden60. Assessment of The Icd-11 Personality Disorder ProposalJoshua Oltmanns; Thomas Widiger61. The Associations Between Relationship Satisfaction and Interpersonal ComplementarityLily Assaad; Justine Blanke; Christopher Hopwood; Emily Durbin; Katherine Thomas62. Borderline Personality Disorder Traits and The Functions of Maladaptive Drinking: Evidence From A Community Sample.Gregory Lengel; Madison O'Meara; Stephanie Mullins-Sweatt63. Structure and Assessment of Personality-Related ProblemsMichael Boudreaux; Thomas Oltmanns64. Genetic and Environmental Influences On Psychopathy: A Meta-Analysis of Twin StudiesBrooke Slawinski; E. Elisa Carsten; Samantha Schires; S. Alexandra Burt65. Disentangling Self-Control, Impulsivity, and Externalizing Traits: Structural Modeling and Associations With Personality DisordersMadison O'Meara; Susan South66. Narcissist Or Narcissistic? Evaluation of The Latent Structure of Narcissistic Personality DisorderElizabeth Aslinger; Stephen Manuck; Paul Pilkonis; Leonard Simms; Aidan Wright67. Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder Within Hierarchical Trait ModelsTrevor Williams; Leonard Simms68. Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism Across Domains of Social FunctioningTianwei Du; Alison Yardley; Donald Lynam; Katherine Thomas69. Ffm Facets and Their Relations With Different Forms of Antisocial Behavior: An Expanded Meta-AnalysisColin Vize; Joshua Miller; Donald Lynam70. Ampd Discriminant ValidityGillian McCabe; Thomas Widiger71. The Influence of Sleep Problems On Suicide Within Borderline Personality DisorderHilary DeShong72. Psychopathic Traits Are Associated With Abnormal Threat Processing On The Police Officer’s DilemmaSandeep Roy; Craig Neumann; Hannah Walsh; Daniel Mark73. Borderlines Or People With Borderline Personality Disorder? The Influence of Labels On StigmaKaylee E. Null ; Sara Masland74. Borderline Personality Pathology and Retirement: Trajectories of Health and Well-BeingPatrick Cruitt; Sara Westen; Joshua Jackson; Thomas Oltmanns75. Associations Between Momentary Impulsivity and Alcohol ConsumptionLindsey Freeman; Andrea Wycoff; Tayler Vebares; Timothy Trull76. Daily Life Drinking In Borderline Personality Disorder: Drinking Motives Moderate Mood-Alcohol Use AssociationsAndrea Wycoff; Ryan Carpenter; Johanna Hepp; Sean Lane; Timothy Trull77. Presence of Psychosis In Borderline Personality Disorder: Implications For Illness Severity and Treatment TrajectoriesKatherine Holshausen; Lisa Burckell; Kiran Punia; Alicia Kaski78. Borderline Personality and Perceived Trustworthiness of Others Modulates Learning Mechanisms In Social Trust ExchangeAlison Schreiber; Alexandre Dombrovski; Polina Vanyukov; Michael Hallquist79. Amygdala Activation In Fmri Varies With Internalizing Symptoms and Cognitive AbilityHaley West; Gregory C. Burgess; Joseph Dust; Sridhar Kandala; Deanna M. Barch80. Neural Signatures of Genetic and Psychosocial Risk For DepressionMeghan Collins; Kevin Anderson; Rowena Chin; Avram Holmes81. Brain Bases of Adaptive Social Functioning: Linking Emotion Perception, Prediction, and PsychopathologyErica Ho; Jenna Reinen; Lauren Patrick; Kevin Anderson; David Gruskin; Hyojung Seo; Ifat Levy; Avram Holmes82. Associations Between Lifetime Stress Exposure and Neurophysiological and Behavioral Measures of Social Feedback Processing In Emerging AdultsSamantha Pegg; Paige Ethridge; Grant Shields; George Slavich; Anna Weinberg; Autumn Kujawa83. Advancing A Cross-Domain Model of Inhibitory Control: Implications For The Assessment of Addiction and Related Externalizing PsychopathologyNoah Venables; Christoper Patrick; William Iacono84. Dimensional Psychopathological Model Correlates of Error-Related Negativity Elicited From Different Stimuli In Flanker TaskTakakuni Suzuki; Dan Foti; Douglas Samuel85. Is Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia A Familial Vulnerability Factor For Internalizing And/or Externalizing Psychopathology?David Klemballa; Carter Funkhouser; Stewart Shankman86. Cumulative Lifetime Stress Exposure Is Associated With An Increased Neural Response To Errors In Young AdulthoodIulia Banica; Aislinn Sandre; Grant Shields; George Slavich; Anna Weinberg87. Pubertal Timing As A Transdiagnostic Risk For Psychopathology In YouthElissa Hamlat; Hannah Snyder; Jami Young; Benjamin Hankin88. The Placement of Hypomania and Ocd Within A Structural Model of Psychopathology Including Thought Disorder and Internalizing SpectraJonathan Cohn; David Cicero89. Invariance of The Matrics Consensus Cognitive Battery Across Schizophrenia and Autism Spectrum DisorderSusan Kuo; Jessica Wojtalik; Raquelle Mesholam-Gately; Matcheri Keshavan; Shaun Eack90. Repetitive Negative Thinking As A Transdiagnostic Mediator Between Symptom Severity and Decision-Making Under StressNikki A. Puccetti; Caitlin A. Brown; Kiara R. Timpano; Aaron S. Heller91. Impaired Negative Emotional Response Inhibition: A Cognitive Mechanism Supporting Negative Urgency In Nonsuicidal Self-InjuryKenneth Allen; Heather Schatten; Michael Armey; Jill Hooley92. Interactive Effects of Avoidance Temperament and Repetitive Negative Thinking On Depressive SymptomsJacqueline Kantor; Carolyn Resner; Gregory A. Miller; Wendy Heller; Stacie Warren93. Disentangling The Effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Psychosis, and Childhood Trauma On Verbal Declarative Memory PerformanceKatrina Aberizk; Josephine Mollon; Samuel Mathias; Jennifer Barrett; Molly Zatony; Dominique Denbow; Marinka Koenis; Emma Knowles; Amanda Rodrigue; David Glahn94. The Relationship Between Maladaptive Personality and Functioning.Zara Wright; David Condon; Robert Krueger95. Development of An Rdoc Field Test Battery For Capturing Neurocognition and Digital PhenotypesNicholas Mirin; Justin T. Baker; Daniel G. Dillon; Sarah C. Vogel; Lauren A. Rutter; Diego A. Pizzagalli; Laura Germine96. A Transdiagnostic Examination of Emotion Regulation In Daily LifeMegan Mikhail; Johanna Gur; Sarah Roberts; Ann Kring98. Associations Between Adolescent Alcohol Use and Executive FunctioningAlexandra Carr; Jordan Waldron; Steve Malone; William Iacono99. Cannabis Use After Knowledge of Pregnancy Associated With Lower Cognitive Function In OffspringAllison Moreau; Ryan Bogdan100. The Moderating Role of Familial Risk In The Relationship Between Marital Status and Alcohol Use ProblemsJordan Waldron; Margaret Keyes; William Iacono; Matt McGue101. Alcohol and Substance Use Problems Increase Following Initiation of Sexual Intercourse: A Longitiudal Within-Person AnalysisKatherine T. Foster; Laura E. Drislane; C. Emily Durbin; William G. Iacono; Matt McGue; Brian M. Hicks102. Psychosocial Predictors of Oxytocin Response In People With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (ptsd) and Alcohol Use Disorder (aud)David Leung; Evan Sheh; Jessica Buffington; Jin-Hui Wen; Alison Seitz; Christopher Stauffer; Aoife O'Donovan; Thomas Neylan; Steven Batki; Jennifer Mitchell; Joshua Woolley103. Testing A Brief Motivational-Interviewing Educational Commitment Module For At-Risk College Drinkers: A Randomized TrialPhuong Vo; Tim Bogg104. The Relation Between Paranoia, Cognition, and Social Cognitive Biases In A Transdiagnostic SampleChristina Savage; Alexandra Andrea; Cristina Garcia; Kristi Bradshaw; Melanie Bennett; Jack Blanchard105. The Subjective-Objective Deficit Paradox In Schizotypy: A Study On Emotional AwarenessLilian Yanqing Li; Christie Fung; Elizabeth Martin106. Optimizing Risk-Taking During The Balloon Analogue Risk Task: Impact of Avolition In Early PsychosisPooja Patel; Melanie Blair; Ashley Moyett; Pamela DeRosse; Katherine Karlsgodt107. Minimal Self and Narrative Identity In The Schizophrenia SpectrumLénie Torregrossa; Deborah Badoud; Martin Debbané; Lauri Nummenma; Sohee Park108. Higher Levels of Internal Noise In Schizophrenia Are Related To Aberrant Visual Scanning During Emotion RecognitionMegan Ichinose; Woon Ju Park; Joshua Wade; Heath Nichols; Duje Tadin; Nilanjan Sarkar; Sohee Park109. The (b)link Between Amotivation and Dopamine In Psychosis: What Phasic Eye Blink Rate RevealsJessica McGovern; Joanna Fiszdon; Jason Johannesen; Alex Cohen110. Perceptual Organization Impairments In Medicated and Unmedicated Psychotic Spectrum and Bipolar Disorder PatientsDocia Demmin; Lindsay Cherneski; Danielle Beaudette; Deanna Barch; Cameron Carter; James Gold; Sheri Johnson; Ann Kring; Angus MacDonald; John Ragland; Milton Strauss; Steven Silverstein111. Do People With Serious Mental Illness Value Different Elements of Images?Danielle Pratt; Karen Guo; Paul Schrater; Angus MacDonald, III112. Theory of Mind and Ability To Collaborate To Psychiatric Care In People With SchizophreniaAmélie M. Achim; Élisabeth Thibaudeau; Andréanne Huot; Marc-André Roy; Caroline Cellard113. Appraisals of Social Relationships: Understanding The Relation Between Paranoia and Social AnxietyAlexandra Andrea; Christina Savage; Melanie Bennett; Jack Blanchard114. Prevalence and Predictors of Anxiety In Affective and Non-Affective PsychosesA. Esin Asan; Kathryn Eve Lewandowski; Virginie-Anne Chouinard; Dost Ongur115. Effort-Cost Decision Making Is Linked To Individual Differences In Reward Processing In Affective But Not Non-Affective PsychosisJaisal Merchant; Alexis Whitton; Kathryn Lewandowski116. Exploring The Effects of Gender and Stimulus Emotion Intensity On Emotion Recognition In SchizophreniaLi Shen Chong; Jerillyn Kent; Scott Sponheim117. Impacts of Sleep On Attenuated Psychosis Symptoms: Individual Differences and Response To A Sleep InterventionRebecca Wolfe; Charlie Davidson; Elaine Walker118. Disturbances In The Sense of Self Are Negatively Associated With Certain Neurocognitive Abilities In SchizophreniaChristi Trask; Marina Matsui; Mallory Klaunig; Aaron Neis; David Cicero119. Enhanced Repulsion Bias In Spatial Working Memory In SchizophreniaSonia Bansal; Gi-Yeul Bae; Benjamin Robinson; Carly Leonard; Kyle Frankovich; James Gold; Steven Luck120. Affective Probabilistic Reasoning and Delusions In SchizophreniaTyler Grove; Ivy Tso; Patricia Deldin121. Evaluation of Geolocation As An Objective Measure of Negative Symptoms In Outpatients With Psychotic DisordersIan Raugh; Hannah Chapman; Cristina Gonzalez; Allison Howard; Sergio Bernardes; Gregory Strauss122. Integrated Mobile Assessment of Persecutory Ideation In Schizophrenia; Identifying Antecedents and Impact With Ecological Momentary Assessment and Passive SensingBenjamin Buck; Dror Ben-Zeev123. Anhedonia Reflects A Failure To Overestimate Future Positive Emotion From A Planned Pleasurable Activity In SchizophreniaCristina Gonzalez; Ian Raugh; Hannah Chapman; John Lawson; Gregory Strauss124. Real-World Social Isolation: Illuminating Deficits In SchizotypyAnna White; Lesley Waters; Kyle Minor125. Loneliness In People With Schizophrenia: Correlates With Clinical Measures and Prediction of Daily Social ExperienceAdam Culbreth; Erin Moran; Deanna Barch126. Facial Affect Recognition and Real World Social Functioning In Those At High Risk For PsychosisMiranda Bridgwater; Gretchen Haas; Leslie Horton127. Quantifying "Targeted Individuals" Online ReportsLei Xuan128. Frontal Alpha Asymmetry As A Biomarker of Reduced Approach Motivation In Youth At Clinical High Risk For PsychosisLauren E. Arnold ; Lisa A. Bartolomeo; Molly A. Erickson; Gregory P. Strauss129. The Relationship Between Sleep, Dissociation, and Psychotic-Like ExperiencesGina Creatura; Arielle Ered; Lauren Ellman130. Gonadocorticoids As Neuroprotective Factors In Population At Clinical High Risk For PsychosisIvanka Ristanovic; Denise Zou; Rachel Conley; Vijay Mittal131. Psychosis Risk Is Associated With Structural Abnormalities of The Default Mode NetworkJessica P. Y. Hua; Nicole R. Karcher; Kelsey T. Straub; John G. Kerns132. Value Representations of Spite Sensitivity In PsychosisRebecca Kazinka; Danielle Pratt; Anita Kwashie; Saaraa Ameri; Angus MacDonald133. Decreased Neural Activity In Schizophrenia In Regions Associated With Social Cognition During An Implicit Theory of Mind TaskJerillyn Kent; Philip Burton; Scott Sponheim134. Examining Psychotic-Like Experiences and Within-Network Functional Connectivity In Children From The Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development (abcd) StudyKathleen O'Brien; Deanna Barch; Nicole Karcher135. Dysrupted Modulation of Thalamocortical Connectivity During Task Performance In Schizophrenia.Anna Huang; Baxter Rogers; Neil Woodward136. Predictors of Physiological Change During A Visual TaskEmmanuel Alvarez; Thomas Dinzeo137. Neural Correlates of Impaired Theory of Mind In SchizophreniaCaroline Demro; Synthia Guimond; Shezal Padani; Heidi Thermenos; Raquelle Mesholam-Gately; Emily Kline; Shaun Eack; Matcheri Keshavan138. Novel White Matter Alterations Linked To Psychosis Conversion: Findings From The Third Wave Sample of The Napls ConsortiumRachael Grazioplene; Alan Anticevic; Charles Schleifer; Sophia Negaro; Barbara Cornblatt; Diana Perkins; Kristin Cadenhead; Ming Tsuang; Jean Addington; Scott Woods; Thomas McGlashan; Carrie Bearden; Daniel Mathalon; Elaine Walker; Tyrone Cannon139. The Pupil Light Reflex As A Function of Schizotypal TraitsRachael Slate; Livon Ghermezi; Katharine Thakkar141. Interoceptive and Proprioceptive Expertise and Embodiment of Emotions: Implication For Intervention In SchizophreniaEun Sol Chon; Lénie Torregrossa; Matthew Snodgress; Sohee Park142. Impaired Semantic Processing In Psychotic Illness: Diagnostic Specificity and Links With Symptom DimensionsKeisha Novak; Dan Foti; Felicia Jackson; Greg Hajcak; Roman Kotov143. Assessing Visual Neural Tuning In Patients With Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder: Findings From A Steady State Eeg StudyJonathan Wynn; Eric Reavis; Stephen Engel; Jasmin Humble; Junghee Lee; James Lopez; Michael Green144. Abnormal Early Brain Responses In Relation To Visual Context Effects In Schizophrenia and Bipolar Affective DisorderCollin Teich; Scott Sponheim; Cheryl Olman145. Abnormal Certainty Processing In Schizophrenia: An Erp StudyPeter Clayson; Julio Iglesias; Sydney Ghazarian; Jonathan Wynn; Infantolino Zachary; Hajcak Greg; Green Michael; Horan William146. Neurophysiological Evidence For Emotion Regulation Impairment In Schizophrenia: The Role of Visual Attention and Cognitive EffortLisa A. Bartolomeo; Adam J. Culbreth; Kathryn L. Ossenfort; Gregory P. Strauss147. Neural and Behavioral Effects of Oxytocin Administration During Theory of Mind In Schizophrenia and Matched ControlsLisa Lin; Nancy Fong; Lize De Coster; Daniel Mathalon; Josh Woolley148. Factors Associated With Metacognitive Capacity In Early Phase PsychosisJenifer L Vohs; Paul H Lysaker; Alan Breier149. Validity of Ecological Momentary Assessment of Negative Symptoms In SchizophreniaTanya Mikhael ; Kristi Dwayer; Jason Holden ; Peter Link ; Joel Swendsen; Philip Harvey; Eric Granholm 150. Relationships Between Working Alliance and Treatment Outcomes In SchizophreniaDanielle M. Beaudette; Lisa N. Cruz; Alicia Lukachko; Matthew Roché; Steven M. Silverstein151. Is Cognitive Remediation Outcome In Schizophrenia Determined By Near Learning Or By Learning Potential?Brian Castelluccio; Joshua Kenney; Jason Johannesen152. Clinical and Cognitive Benefits From Six Months of Coordinated Specialty Care For First-Episode Psychosis: The Influence of SexAubrey Moe; Sarah Black; Jacob Pine; Nicholas Breitborde153. Restoration of Neural Activity Supporting Working Memory In Schizophrenia By Computer-Based Cognitive Remediation TrainingJason Johannesen; Jinbo Bi; Joshua Kenney; Chi-Ming Chen154. Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tdcs) To The Ventral Lateral Prefrontal Cortex In Sub-Clinical ParanoiaEmily Bass; Hans Klein; Cassi Springfield; Amy Pinkham155. The Brain & Pain: Metabolite Levels and Side Effects Associated With Transcranial Direct Current StimulationLeah Burroughs; Alexandra Moussa-Tooks; Abinand Rejimon; William Hetrick156. Perceptual Anomalies Captured By The Sensory Gating Inventory (sgi) Predict Attentional Performance and Are Associated With Genetic Liability For PsychosisSamuel D. Klein; Julia M. Longenecker; Scott R. Sponheim157. Relationships Between Source Monitoring and The Schizophrenia Spectrum SymptomologySherry Pujji; Thomas Dinzeo158. Affective Prosody and Facial Emotion Recognition In First-Episode Schizophrenia: Associations With FunctioningKelsey Bonfils; Joseph Ventura; Kenneth Subotnik; Jacqueline Hayata; Min Jee Seo; Keith Nuechterlein159. Map-Ing Negative Symptoms and Internalized Stigma In First Episode PsychosisJasmine Mote; Dominique White; Docia Demmin; Steven Silverstein160. Negative Bias In The Development of Negative Symptoms In SchizophreniaMolly R. Finkel; Paul M. Grant, Ph.D.; Aaron T. Beck, M.D.161. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma Rates In First Episode Psychosis From The Raise-Etp StudyNicole DeTore; Kim Mueser162. Pathways To Care In First Episode PsychosisVictoria Hendel; Emily Kline; Kristen Keefe; Maria Ferrara ; Walter Mathis; Shadie Burke; Philip Markovich; Barbara Walsh; Matcheri Keshavan; Vinod Srihari163. Sixteen-Item Prodromal Questionnaire (pq-16): Exploratory Factor Analysis of A Screening Tool For Clinical High Risk For PsychosisRyan Guest; Kelly Farrell; Emily Kline; Michelle West164. Minority Status and The Experience of Barriers To Accessing Specialty Care In Early PsychosisSarah Gobrial; Khalima Bolden; Monet Meyer; Adi Rosenthal; Krista Lane; Ruth Shim; Tyler Lesh; John Ragland; Rachel Loewy; Mark Savill; Cameron Carter; Tara Niendam165. Implications of Religious and Spiritual Practices In Youth At Clinical High Risk For PsychosisKasia B. Severaid; K. Juston Osborne; Vijay A. Mittal166. Investigation of Semantic Networks In The Verbal Fluency Task In PsychosisNancy Lundin; Michael Jones; Peter Todd; Leah Moravec; Brian O'Donnell; William Hetrick167. Nice Work If You Can Get It: Translational Implications For Personality and Effort ExpenditureRiley Capizzi; Joshua Mervis; Samantha Abram; Rebecca Kazinka; Angus MacDonald168. Schizotypy and Social Functioning: The Role of Negative Emotion and CopingThomas O'Kane; Thomas Dinzeo; Dustin Fife169. Test-Retest Reliability of The Multidimensional Schizotypy Scale and Multidimensional Schizotypy Scale-BriefKathryn Kemp; Georgina Gross; Thomas Kwapil170. Psychometric Evaluation of A Standardized Questionnaire For Measuring Perception of A Proprioceptive Illusion and Its Associations With Clinical FeaturesJohn Chen; John Purcell; Sagar Patel; Lauren Wade; Alexandra Moussa-Tooks; Bill Hetrick171. Improving The Hinting Task - A Comparison of Scoring MethodsHans Klein; Michal Hajduk; Emily Bass; Cassi Springfield; Amy Pinkham172. Self-Concept and Non-Clinical PsychosisHenry R. Cowan
19:00-22:00
(O'Reilly's)
Saturday, 22 September 2018
7:45-8:45
(Michigan & Texas)
8:00-17:00
(Utah)
8:45-9:45
(Indiana E-G)Sohee Park
9:45-10:00
(Michigan & Texas)
10:00-11:30
Indiana E-GIndiana A-BIndiana C-D
Deanna BarchPredictors of Psychotic-Like Experiences In School-Age Children: Findings From The Adolescent and Brain Cognitive Development (abcd) StudyNicole Karcher; Rachel Loewy; Mark Savill; Kathleen O'Brien; Rebekah Huber; Tony Simon; Ingrid Leckliter; Kenneth Sher; Deanna BarchRisk Models For Psychosis In Adolescents and Young AdultsJason Schiffman; Zachary Millman; Pamela Rakhshan; Nicole AndorkoPatterns of Abnormal Behavior Indicate Distinct Vulnerability Profiles In Clinical High-Risk YouthVijay Mittal; Derek Dean; Sebastian WaltherMaternal Stress During Pregnancy and Risk For Schizophrenia: Factors Influencing Diagnostic Specificity of Offspring OutcomesLauren Ellman; Elizabeth Breen; Shannon Murphy; Seth Maxwell; Lauren Alloy; Barbara Cohn; Nickilou Krigbaum; Piera Cirillo; Christian Perez; Anna Fineberg; Thomas Cooper; Catherine Schaefer; Michaeline Bresnahan; Ezra Susser; Alan Brown Irwin WaldmanGeneral and Specific Structures of Psychopathology: Adjudicating Among AlternativesRobert KruegerMethodological Concerns In Adjudicating Among Popular Psychopathology ModelsNicholas Eaton; Ashley GreeneAdjudicating Among Alternative Hierarchical Models of Psychopathology and The Validation of The General Factor of PsychopathologyIrwin Waldman; Holly Poore; Ashley Watts; Carol Van Hulle; Paul Rathouz; David Zald; Ben LaheyA Cybernetic Perspective On The General Factor of PsychopathologyColin DeYoung Renee J. ThompsonChildhood Predictors of Substance Use Trajectories Over A 23-Year PeriodLaura Drislane; Matt McGue; William Iacono; Brian HicksConvergent Evidence For Predispositonal Effects of Brain Volume On Alcohol ConsumptionRyan Bogdan; David Baranger; Deanna Barch; Douglas Williamson; Ahmad HaririImpact of Heavy Drinking On Developmenatl Change In Psychopathic Traits: A Prospective Discordant Twin StudyBrian Hicks; Laura Drislane; Katherine Foster; William Iacono; Matt McGueCoping During Pregnancy Following Exposure To A Natural Disaster: The Qf2011 Queensland Flood StudySuzanne King; Tong Chen; David Laplante; Sue KildeaTesting A Shame Regulation Pathway To Sustained Engagement In Non-Suicidal Self-InjuryMichelle SchoenleberTeen Suicide and PsychosisJimmy Choi; Jennifer Callaghan; Melissa Deasy; Linda Durst; David Tolin; Lawrence Haber; Michael Stevens; Godfrey PealrsonSuicidal and Aggressive Behaviors and Risk Factors In A Large Schizophrenia SampleDwight Dickinson; Rebecca Fortgang; Josh DeSon; Karen Berman
11:30-13:00
(on your own)
13:00-14:00
(Indiana E-G)Steven Silverstein
14:15-15:45
Indiana E-GIndiana A-BIndiana C-D
Gregory StraussThe Latent Struccture of Negative SymptomsAnthony AhmedThree Widely Held Truths Regarding The Nature of Negative Symptoms In Schizophrenia: Severity, Contextual and Temporal Invariance, and Latent StructureGregory StraussComputational Modelling of Negative Symptoms: Scaling The Trees To See The ForestAlex Cohen; Gregory StraussData Driven Network Models For Understanding Negative Symptoms of SchizophreniaFarnaz Zamani Esfahlani; Hiroki SayamaDiscussant: Deanna Barch, Washington University Wendy HellerPeople Who Need People: Benefits of Interpersonal Pleasure Across The Schizophrenia SpectrumDiane C. Gooding; Yael Ratner; Nina Mendyk; Michael S. RitsnerPositive Emotionality As A Marker of Risk and Resilience Among Emerging Adults At Risk For ManiaGruber JunePsychological and Neural Correlates of Positive Emotion RegulationRebecca L. Silton; Ian J. Kahrilas; Kelly L. Polnaszek; Jenny L. Smith; Fred B. BryantMother'S Neural Response To Their Infant'S Positive Emotion and Risk For PsychopathologyHeidemarie Laurant; Megan Finnegan ; Stephanie Kern Katherine JonasMeta-Analysis and 20-Year Prospective Study Implicate Apolipoprotein E In Psychosis In Late AdulthoodKatherine Jonas; Sean Clouston; Kaiqiao Li; Evelyn Bromet; Roman KotovDevelopment of Gene Expression Profile For DepressionMonika Waszczuk; Pei Fen Kuan; Benjamin Luft; Roman KotovMethodological Advances In Psychiatric GenomicsAnna DochertyFrom Animal Model To Blood-Based Biomarkers of Major DepressionEva RedeiDiscussant: Robert Krueger, University of Minnesota
15:45-16:00
(Michigan & Texas)
16:00-17:15
Indiana A-BIndiana C-D
Robin NusslockBrain-Immune Interactions and The Pathophysiology of Transdiagnostic Motivational DeficitsMichael TreadwayElevated Peripheral Inflammation Is Associated With Decreased Resting State Functional Connectivity Within An Emotional Regulation Network In Two Independent SamplesRobin Nusslock; Gene Brody; Casey Armstrong; Ann Carroll; Sekine Ozturk; Tianyi Yu; Allen Barton; Edith Chen; James Higgins; Todd Parrish; Lei Wang; Katherine Vause; Lauren Hoffer; Gregory E. MillerAssociations Between Inflammation and Reward-Related Brain Function In Individuals With and At Risk For Bipolar Spectrum DisordersLauren Alloy; Iris Chat; Daniel Moriarity; Christina Young; Gregory E. Miller; Robin NusslockBorderline Personality Pathology, Preventative Health Behavior, and Inflammation: Putative Psychosocial and Biological Mechanisms Linking Physical Abuse In Childhood To Health Problems In Later LifeThomas Oltmanns; Christina Di Iorio; Katharine Chang; Michael Boudreaux; Ryan Bogdan Laura GermineDigital Neuropsychology At Scale: Characterizing Risk For Psychopathology In The PopulationLaura GermineEnhancing Early Psychosis Treatment Using Smartphone Technology: Integration of A Mobile Health Platform In Four Early Psychosis ProgramsTara Niendam; Ana-Maria Iosif; Lauren N. Zakskorn; Divya Kumar; Kathleen E. Nye; Aqsa Zia, M.D.; Jennifer C. Denton; Katherine Pierce; Taylor L. Fedechko; Laura M. TullyUsing Machine Learning To Develop Clinical Risk ScoresAnthony RoselliniDiscussant: Vijay Mittal, Northwestern University
17:15-19:15
(Indiana E-G)
20:15-22:15
(St. Elmo Steak House)
Sunday, 23 September 2018
7:45-9:30
(Michigan & Texas)
8:00-10:30
UtahKentucky
8:00-9:15
Indiana E-GIndiana A-BIndiana C-D
9:30-10:30
Indiana A-BIndiana C-D
Molly A. EricksonTesting Models of Attention In Schizophrenia With Psychological Refractory Period Dual-Task Paradigms. Part 1: Absence of Interference At The Perceptual PhaseKeith Nuechterlein; Harold Pashler; Kenneth Subotnik; Amanda McCleery; Jacqueline Hayata; Livon Ghermezi; Michael GreenTesting Models of Attention In Schizophrenia With Psychological Refractory Period Dual-Task Paradigms. Part 2: The Response Selection Phase of Information ProcessingAmanda McCleery; Harold Pashler; Kenneth L. Subotnik; Jacqueline N. Hayata; Michael F. Green; Keith H. NuechterleinRelationship of Brain Metabolites To Neurocognition In Early Stage PsychosisLisa Bartolomeo; Andrew Wright; Ruoyun Ma; Thomas Hummer; Michael Francis; Andrew Visco; Nicole Mehdiyoun; Amanda Bolbecker; Leah Moravec; William Hetrick; Ulrike Dydak; Brian O’Donnell; Alan BreierLateral Interactions In Schizophrenia: What Is The Role of Spatial Frequency?Brian Keane; Danielle Paterno; Sabine Kastner; Dillon Smith; Steven Silverstein Douglas SamuelNetwork Analyses of Psychopathology In Cross-Section: Why Network Psychometrics Cannot Escape Psychometric TheoryMichael Hallquist; Aidan Wright; Peter MolenaarStress Generation In Borderline Personality DisorderAmanda UliaszekReciprocal Dynamics of Negative Affect and Conflict In Borderline Personality and Depressive Disorders: A Dynamic Systems Approach Using Ecological Momentary AssessmentSean Lane; Timothy TrullCritical Evaluation of Tests of The General Factor of Psychopathology HypothesisBenjamin Lahey
10:30-12:00
(Indiana E-G)Dylan GeeDylan Gee, Ph.d. (co-Chair)Dylan GeeAlexander Shackman, Ph.d. (co-Chair)Alexander ShackmanRobert Levenson, Ph.d. (moderator)Robert LevensonDeanna Barch, Ph.d. (panelist)Deanna BarchMichelle Craske, Ph.d. (panelist)Michelle CraskeErika Forbes, Ph.d. (panelist)Erika ForbesRobert Krueger, Ph.d. (panelist)Robert KruegerTimothy Strauman, Ph.d. (panelist)Timothy Strauman

 


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