Congrats Briana Cobos and Javier Arteta
on having a paper accepted for publication with the journal Pain Medicine
Arteta, J., Cobos, B., Hu, Y., Jordan, K., & Howard, K. (In Press, 2015). Evaluation on how depression and anxiety mediate the relationship between pain catastrophizing and prescription opioid misuse in chronic pain populations. Pain Medicine
2015-2016 Graduate Fellowships
MA in Psychological Research Scholarships
First Year Second Year
Katelyn Stephenson Frank DePalma
2015 - 2016
Scholarship Recipients in
Graduate College Scholarship
Recipients in Psychological Research
Javier Arteta Garcia Morgan Kelly
Michael Bell Katelyn Stephenson
Angelica Carballo Brittany Hill
Briana Cobos Bryant Reininger
Natalie DeLeon Francesco DePalma
Haley Harris Candice Stanfield
Velia Hernandez Elia Bueno
Adrienne Koller Stephen Ramos
Christopher Prickett Celebrity Classic Scholarship
Shannon Wilder Katelyn Stephenson
& Dr. Ogletree
Presented at the
Thesis Defense for
Assessing Nonmedical Use of Prescription Stimulants Using an iPhone Application
Thesis Committee: Dr. Schepis, Dr. Graham, Dr. Haskard-Zolnierek
Thesis Defense for
The Relationship between Psychological Disorders and Medication Adherence in College Students
Thesis Committee: Dr. Haskard-Zolnierek, Dr. Howard, & Dr. Oliver
Thesis Defense for
The Dark Tetrad of Personality, Social Dominance Orientation and their Relationship in Hazing Behaviors of College Students
Thesis Committee: Dr. Davis, Dr. Osborne, Dr. Etherton
Congrats to Adrienne Koller for a successful roundtable presentation at the American Society for Criminology in San Francisco. Way to disseminate everybody!
Joe Bassili presents at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society
Joe Bassili presents at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Long Beach, California on November 21, 2014.
"How do Time of Day and Activity Levels Influence Memory and Metacognitive Accuracy" – Joseph J. Bassili and William L. Kelemen, Ph.D.
Andrew Santana at TPA Convention in Dallas
Memory and Metacognitive Accuracy Following Moderate and Heavy Bouts of Aerobic Exercise - Andrew Santana & William Kelemen, Ph.D.
Chris Prickett at TPA Convention in Dallas
Assessing Social Interactions in a Summer Day Camp for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder - Chris Prickett, Ting Liu, Ph.D. & Reiko Graham, Ph.D.
Javier Arteta received the "Best Poster" Award
Javier Arteta (2nd year MA student) and his mentor, Dr. Krista Howard, who received the “Best Poster” award at the Fall 2014 International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research conference. The study is titled: "Evaluation of how Depression and Anxiety Mediate the Relationship between Pain Catastrophizing and Opioid Misuse in a Chronic Pain Population." Javier completed the internship at RestoreFX last summer and utilized their patient data for this project. His paper has been submitted for publication to Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
Candice Stanfield won "Best Paper" Award
Candice Stanfield and Andrew Duong presented at the IOSSBR Conference on Nov. 3, 2014 in San Antonio, TX
Candice Stanfield co-presented "The Inexplicable Sex Differences in Homeonegativity: A Proposed New Paradigm of Implicit Cognitive Systems" & Andrew Duong presented " An Ethological Analysis of Dog-Owner Play Behaviors at a Free-Roam Dog Park" at International Organization of Social Science and Behavioral Research on November 3, 2014 in San Antonio, TX
Haleigh Winfrey Presents
Presenting at International Research Conference for Graduate Students on Nov 5th at Texas State University.
Presentation: Psychology's Growth: United States vs. German, Brazil, and China