International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, July, 2016, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Life Paths team members Alli Smith, Elizabeth Taylor, Zach Blount, Annya Shalun, Lindsey Roberts, Elizabeth Eidson, and Anne-Stuart Bell attended the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference.
-Alli Smith presented a poster titled “Beyond “Stranger Danger”: Online Privacy and Safety Concerns of Parents and Adolescents in Rural Appalachia.”
-Zach Blount, Elizabeth Eidson, and Alli Smith presented a poster titled: “Moving from Deficits to Malleable Protective Factors: Examining the Targets of Promising Programs for Boys and Men of Color.”
-Anne-Stuart Bell, Annya Shalun, and Elizabeth Taylor presented a poster titled “Family, Faith, and Fatherhood: Aspects of Resilience for Boys and Men of Color.”
-Lindsey Roberts presented a poster titled: “Financial Strain, Victimization, and Well-Being.”
-Elizabeth Taylor also presented her own poster titled, “What Does it Mean to be “Safe” Online? An Exploration of Under-Recognized Digital Privacy Concerns and Safety Practices in a Rural Community,” and presented a talk titled, “Not All Behind Closed Doors: Bystander Involvement and Intimate Partner Violence in Rural Communities.”
Annual Convention of the Tennessee Psychological Association, October, 2015, in Nashville, Tennessee
Life Paths team members Elizabeth Taylor, Anna Segura-Montagut, and Elise Anderson attended the Tennessee Psychological Association conference in October. Elizabeth’s poster was titled “There When We Need Them: Exploring Age and Sex Trends in Interpersonal Strengths,” Anna’s poster was titled “Meaning Making Strengths Across the Lifespan,” and Elise’s poster was titled “The Development of Regulatory Strengths from Adolescence to Middle Adulthood.”
Anna Segura-Montagut won 2nd place in the Graduate Student Posters.
Elise Anderson, Zach Blount, and Matthew Hagler won 2nd place in the Undergraduate Student Posters.
Society for Community Research and Action – 15th Biennial Conference, June 25-28, in Lowell, Massachusetts
Life Paths team member Lindsey Roberts attended the Society for Community Research and Action’s biennial conference in June. Lindsey presented a poster titled “Promoting well-being: Exposure to violence and community support.” She enjoyed sharing some of Life Paths’ findings at the conference! Click here to view the poster.
Suggested citation for poster:
Roberts, L., Hamby, S., Banyard, V., Grych, J. & Tompsett, C. (2015 June). Promoting well-being: Exposure to violence and community support. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Community Research and Action, Lowell, MA.
Conference presentations from 2014.
Annual Convention of the Tennessee Psychological Association, October, 2014, in Nashville, Tennessee
Life Paths team members Matthew Hagler, Wojciech Kaczkowski, and Liz Taylor each presented posters at the TPA Convention this year. Interns Alex Evans and Petra Richer also presented a poster during the undergraduate poster session. We enjoyed sharing our findings with our fellow Tennessee researchers and psychological professionals!
International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference, July, 2014, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
IFVCVRC 2014 was a great success! All three investigators were in attendance, serving as moderators for panels and presenting several papers. Additionally, Program Director Sherry Hamby co-chaired the conference! Research assistants Lindsey Roberts, Daniel McKelvey, and Christina Caiozzo also presented in the poster session.
Here is Daniel McKelvey with his poster in New Hampshire:
International Congress of Applied Psychology, June, 2014, in Paris, France
Our investigators traveled to Paris for ICAP! They each participated in a symposium to discuss the Life Paths project and present some of our findings. Our thanks to Lorraine Radford, Ph.D. and Jacqueline De Puy, Ph.D.
Southeastern Psychological Association, March, 2014, in Nashville, TN.
We had a great time at SEPA in 2014. We are very proud of our research assistants and student interns, who gave a total of 7 conference presentations! Here are some photos:
Conference presentations from 2013.
American Psychological Association, August, 2013, Honolulu, HI
We gave a symposium on narrative resilience entitled “Toppling Silos and Building Bridges.” Our thanks to Carlos Cuevas, Ph.D., for serving as discussant.