Address: Bruce Cuthbert
– Bob Krueger
– Elaine Walker
"Beyond the Guild: Innovative Models to Expand Dissemination Science in
S. Atkins, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago Kimberly Eaton Hoagwood,
Ph.D., New York University
M. McKay, Ph.D., LCSW, New York University Jenna Watling-Neal, Ph.D., Michigan
State University Lawrence Wissow, M.D., Johns Hopkins University
Chambers, D. Phil., National Institute of Mental Health
Clinical Track – 2013
SSCP – Distinguished Scientist Address
SSCP – Presidential Address – Michelle Craske
Address – Edna Foa
Address – Ken Kendler
Address – Denny Borsboom – co-sponsored with method track
2 hours – Symposium: Paul Meehl’s Legacy
Symposium in Honor of Susan
Reflections on Rumination: In
memory of Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
Chair: Ed Watkins
Discussant: James Gross
Rumination: translation from the
lab to the clinic
Stressful Life Events as a
Determinant of Rumination: Longitudinal Associations among Early Adolescents
Katie A. McLaughlin, Louisa A. Michl, & Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
Cognitive Control in High- vs.
Authors: Lori M. Hilt, Brian T. Leitzke, and Seth D. Pollak
Psychological Distance and the Emotional Disorders
Blair E. Wisco & Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
A contextual examination of emotion
regulation strategies and psychopathology
Authors: Amelia Aldao & Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
Speaker: Bruce Chorpita,
PhD, University of California Los Angeles, Professor
Title: Dissemination in the context of designing effective
mental health systems
Title: Top 10 Lessons Learned from Disseminating Evidence-Based Interventions
in Real World Settings
Chair: Joanna Arch,
PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder
1. Shirley Glynn, PhD, VA West Los
Angeles Healthcare System, Clinical Research Psychologist
2. Steven Hollon PhD, Vanderbilt
University, Gertrude Conaway Professor of Psychology
3. Art Nezu, PhD, Drexel University,
Distinguished University Professor of Psychology
4. Terry Wilson, PhD, Rutgers
University, Oscar Krisen Buros Professor of Psychology
5. Robyn Walser, PhD, Associate
Director for the National Center for PTSD Training and Dissemination Division
at the Palo Alto VA Health Care System
Here are some of the APS events planned by SSCP and the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science for the clinical track.
1. SSCP Distinguished Scientiest Award Address - William Pelham - "Are We Overmedicating America's Children? Psychosocial, Pharmacological, Combined, and Sequenced Interventions for ADHD"
2. SSCP President Address - Richard Heimberg - "Teach Your Students Well: Mentoring Doctoral Students to be Clinical Scientists in the 21st Century"
3. Clinical Track Address – David Barlow, Boston University - "Science and Practice in clinical psychology in 2012 and beyond"
4. Clinical Track Address – Joseph Gone, University of Michigan - “Culture as Treatment for American Indian Mental Health Problems: Pursuing Evidence through Community Collaborations”
5. Symposium - Advances and Applications in Single Case Design (Methodology and Clinical Tracks)
6. Symposium - Gene-Environment Interactions of Psychological Traits (Biological/Neuroscience and Clinical Tracks)
- Presenter: Thomas Kratochwill, University of Wisconsin
- Presenter: Matthew Nock, Harvard University
- Presenter: Patrick Onghena, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
- Discussant: David Barlow, Boston University
- Presenter: Elizabeth Hayden, University of Western Ontario, Canada
- Presenter: Danielle Dick, Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics
- Presenter: S. Alexandra Burt, Michigan State University
7. Symposium - Current Directions in ADHD Research (Cognitive and Clinical Tracks)
- Presenter: Cynthia Huang-Pollock, Pennsylvania State University
- Presenter: Tiago V. Maia, Columbia University
- Presenter: Rick Mayes, University of Richmond
- Presenter: Richard Milich, University of Kentucky
8. Thursday Morning Clinical Psychology Workshop: Title: Treating Couples Struggling with Infidelity
- Douglas K. Snyder, Texas A & M
9. Thursday Afternoon Psychology Forum: Title: Organizational Efforts to Disseminate and Implement Empirically-Supported Interventions in Health Care
- Chair: Lea R. Dougherty, Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park
- Chair/Discussant: Antonette Zeiss, Ph.D., Department of Veterans Affairs
- Presenter: Afsoon Eftekhari, Ph.D., National Center for PTSD
- Presenter: Patricia Resick, Ph.D., ABPP, National Center for PTSD
- Presenter: Shirley M. Glynn, Ph.D, VA Office of Mental Health Services
- Presenter: Kellie Crowe, Ph.D., Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center
- Presenter: Bradley E. Karlin, Ph.D., VA Central Office
10. Thursday Afternoon Psychology Forum: “Redefining Clinical Science Training: Progress Report on the Delaware Project"
- Chair: Varda Shoham, Ph.D., University of Arizona and the National Institute of Mental Health
- Lisa Onken, Ph.D., National Institute on Drug Abuse, Redefining the Clinical Science Vision
- Howard Berenbaum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Redefining Coursework
- Robert W. Levenson, University of California, Berkeley, Redefining Practicum
- Bruce F. Chorpita, University of California, Los Angeles, Redefining Externship
- Timothy J. Strauman, Duke University, Redefining Internship
- Kimberly Hoagwood, Columbia University, Redefining Postdoctoral Experience
- Varda Shoham, University of Arizona and the National Institute of Mental Health, Redefining Training Continuities
Mark your calendars for the APS 2011 Convention
this May 26-29 in Washington, DC. SSCP and APS have lined up a fascinating array of programming at the conference, including:
- SSCP Distinguished Scientist Award invited address by Dick Bootzin: "If Sleep is so Important, Why Do We Get So Little of It? Advances in Understanding and Treating Insomnia"
- Abstract: Good quality sleep is intricately entwined with our health, sense of well-being, productivity, emotion regulation, memory and cognitive functioning, and positive social interaction. Yet, the stresses of daily life, 24-hour businesses, sleep-disrupting technology such as instant messaging, late-night TV, computer gaming, and social networks put pressure on sleep leading to sleep deprivation and the development of insomnia. A developmental perspective underscores the conclusion that persistent sleep disturbance, insomnia, at any time during the life span from infancy to old age has a lasting impact. Bootzin will provide vivid illustrations of the paradox we face and explore how we can live our lives in the 21st century without destroying our sleep and all that it affects.
- SSCP Presidential Address by Varda Shoham: "The Elusive Independent Variable in Psychosocial Intervention Research"
- Abstract: Although many efficacious behavioral treatments exist, patients in community settings rarely receive them. In contrast to pharmacotherapy, the fidelity of a behavioral intervention rests disproportionally on what clinicians do and don’t do – the illusive, multi-component independent variable of psychosocial intervention research. Narrowing the science-practice gap will depend on finding efficient and effective ways to assess, enhance, and maintain the fidelity of empirically-supported psychosocial treatments in real-world settings.
- Clinical Science Form chaired by former SSCP President Howard Garb: "Perspectives on Diagnostic Systems"
- Abstract: The theoretical underpinnings of diagnostic systems will be examined. Conceptual views of such systems are related to theories on the relation between symptoms and constructs. Disorders can be viewed as causal systems, the constructions of clinical scientists, or as latent variables measured through clusters of symptoms. These competing views will be discussed.
- Speakers: Denny Boorsboom, Lee Anna Clark, Thomas Widiger
Clinical Track Programming: Invited Symposia
- Dissemination of Evidence-Based Practice: The Science of Psychotherapy in the Community
- Timothy Fowles (Co-Chair), University of Delaware
- Ryan Beveridge (Co-Chair), University of Delaware
- James F. Alexander, University of Utah
- Michael S. Robbins, Oregon Research Institute and Functional Family Therapy, Inc.
- Ann F. Garland, University of California, San Diego
- Varda Shoham, University of Arizona and National Institute of Mental Health
- Multi-Level Phenomena and Multi-Level Theorizing
Gregory A. Miller (Chair), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and University of Konstanz
- Michael S. Gazzaniga, University of California, Santa Barbara
Michael J. Kozak, National Institute of Mental Health
- What Does the Research Say about the Impact of
Openly Gay Service on the Military?
- Howard N. Garb (Chair), San Antonio Military Medical Center, Lackland AFB
- Laura L. Miller, RAND Corporation
- Tobias B. Wolff, University of Pennsylvania
4th Annual Conference
October 15-17, 2009
St. Louis, MO
Theme: "Facing Tomorrow's Challenges to Academic Health Center Programs and Careers"
See attached conference brochure
for more information.
22nd Annual Meeting
May 22nd & 23rd, 2010
New Orleans, LA
Theme: Philosophical Issues in Evidence-Based Psychiatry
See attached announcement
for more information.