EMERGING SCHOLARS: A CELEBRATION OF G R A D UAT E R E S E A R C H
Friday, April 27 路 5 p.m. Ferguson Gallery 路 Loyola/Notre Dame Library
Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research
April 27, 2012 Welcome to the third annual Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research, honoring the scholarly work of Loyolaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s graduate student community.
Schedule of Events Welcome Dr. Amanda Thomas Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies Presentation of Medals for Excellence of Performance Dr. Timothy Law Snyder Vice President for Academic Affairs The Reverend Brian Linnane, S.J., Ph.D. President The Reverend John E. Wise, S.J. Medal Distinguished Achievement in Education Dr. Barry K. Estadt Medal Excellence in Pastoral Counseling The Graduate Medal for Achievement Excellence in Psychology Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak Medal Clinical Excellence in Speechâ&#x20AC;?Language Pathology Graduate Research Poster Session and Reception
Graduate Student Award Recipients
The Reverend John E. Wise, S.J. Medal Distinguished Achievement in Education
The Reverend John E. Wise Medal is given each year by the faculty of Loyola University’s School of Education to only one graduating student “who has demonstrated excellence in Scholarship and outstanding service to Loyola University and the community as exemplified by Father John E. Wise, S.J.” John E. Wise, S.J., truly the father of today’s vast graduate Education programs, was first of all a reflective and prayerful priest committed to social responsibility and justice, a scholar who wrote two textbooks and provocative journal articles, a talented and caring teacher, and a dedicated community servant.
The Reverend John E. Wise, S.J. Medal recipient: Kathryn Laschinger Dr. Barry K. Estadt Medal Excellence in Pastoral Counseling Dr. Barry Estadt is the visionary who founded the Pastoral Counseling Department in 1975. The award honors his student‐centered focus by recognizing a graduate student in Pastoral Counseling who demonstrates excellent achievement in academic, clinical, and research areas while exhibiting a pastoral presence.
Dr. Barry K. Estadt Medal recipient: Iain Tucker Brown
Graduate Student Award Recipients Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak Medal Clinical Excellence in Speech‐Language Pathology Upon her retirement, the late Elaine Saltysiak, a beloved former faculty member of the Speech‐Language Pathology/Audiology Department, created both a scholarship and an award medal to be bestowed in honor of her husband, Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak. The award medal is given each year to a graduate student in Speech‐Language Pathology who demonstrates exceptional clinical skills across both years of practica.
Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak Medal recipient: Breanne Reynolds
The Graduate Medal for Achievement Excellence in Psychology This award recognizes achievement excellence in one or more areas relevant to the study and practice of psychology, including clinical or counseling practice, research and scholarship, and professional or community service. The purpose of the award is to honor outstanding achievement by a graduating student in one of the department’s graduate degree programs. Students enrolled in the Master’s Program in Clinical Psychology, Master’s Program in Counseling Psychology, and Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology are eligible to receive the award in their commencement year.
The Graduate Medal for Achievement Excellence in Psychology recipient: Allison Russo
Poster Session Presenters Author Name Co‐authors / Faculty Advisor Department Michael Amaral James Quirk, Ph.D. Liberal Studies Katarina Ament Beth A. Kotchick, Ph.D. Alison A. Papadakis, Ph.D. Psychology Carol Battye Thomas E. Rodgerson, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Shauna Berube Marie R. Kerins, Ed.D. Speech‐Language Pathology I. Tucker Brown Joseph Stewart‐Sicking, Ed.D Pastoral Counseling
Kate Brownstein and Kimberly Hacker Marie R. Kerins, Ed.D. Speech‐Language Pathology David Chen Heather Z. Lyons, Ph.D. Psychology
Jennifer Christofferson Carolyn M. Barry, Ph.D. Larry Nelson, Ph.D. Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D. Psychology Gregory Coates Gina Magyar‐Russell, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling
Baltimore, The Panama Canal & The Revival Parental Warmth, Behavioral Control, and Psychological Control as Predictors of Physical and Relational Aggression in Middle School Children Integrated training for medical and chaplain interns
The Effects of Counseling in Adults with Laryngectomies: A Research Proposal Re‐Visioning Rites of Passage in Postmodernity: A Phenomenological Study of the Psychospiritual Themes in the Coming of Age Experiences of Men in an American Sample Individual versus Individual and Group Aphasia Therapy: Impact on Conversation Initiation Understanding Hoarding from a Terror Management Perspective: Mortality Salience as a Mediator of the Relation between Traumatic Life Events and Hoarding The Role of Identity as a Moderator in the Relation between Social Withdrawal Subtypes and Emerging Adults’ Romantic Relationship Characteristics Individualism, Altruism, Collectivism and Religious Coping
Author Name Co‐authors / Faculty Advisor Department Charonne Covington Gina Magyar‐Russell, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Heather Dark Alison A. Papadakis, Ph.D. Carolyn M. Barry, Ph.D. Matthew W. Kirkhart, Ph.D. Psychology Alyssa DeGrace Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D. Jason Prenoveau, Ph.D. Ellie Brown, Ph.D. Psychology Nicole DiLella Gina Magyar‐Russell, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Inna Edara K. Elizabeth Oakes, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Nicole Godine Jeffrey Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP Charles T. LoPresto, Ph.D. Matthew W. Kirkhart, Ph.D. Psychology Jon Gorman Jen L. Lowry, Ph.D. Mary Jo Coiro, Ph.D. Matthew W. Kirkhart, Ph.D. Psychology Franklyn Graham Theresa DiDonato, Ph.D. Psychology Eleanor Hall Peter R. Litchka, Ed.D. Education Specialties Timothy Hanna Gina Magyar‐Russell, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling
The Impact of Religious Coping and Sexual Attitudes on Sense of Coherence and Self‐Actualization Associations among Peer‐Related Stress, Type of Self‐Esteem, and Depression in College Students
Daycare Giver Responses to Crying: Associations with Infant Age and Gender
Personality and Sex: Are Certain Traits Predictors of Erotophobia‐Erotophilia? Mediating Role of Culture in Spirituality’s Influence on Subjective Well‐Being and Forgiveness Technology and Psychology in the New Millennium: Psychologists’ Use of and Attitudes toward Telepsychology
Dispositional Mindfulness as a Predictor of Psychotherapy Outcome
The Dark Triad and Love: A Correlational Study of Machiavellianism, Narcissism, Psychopathy, and the Use of Deception Global Learning in Higher Education: An analysis of global learning in practice Exploring the relationship among Openness, Religious Affiliation, Purpose in Life, Satisfaction with Life, and Hope
Author Name Co‐authors / Faculty Advisor Department Lauren Harrington Stephanie A. Flores‐Koulish, Ph.D. Victor R. Delclos, Ph.D. Education Specialties
A Star is Born: Media Content’s Powerful Influence on Students
Julia Hernandez Carolyn M. Barry, Ph.D. Beth A. Kotchick, Ph.D. Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D. Psychology Kevin Jackson, Timothy Hanna, and Melissa Lemons Kari O’Grady, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Shannon Katz Kathleen Siren, Ph.D. Speech‐Language Pathology Melissa Lemons Gina Magyar‐Russell, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling
Floundering or Flourishing College Students: The Role of Substance Use and Prosocial Involvement on Psychological Adjustment
Shanna Lichtman Marie R. Kerins, Ed.D. Speech‐Language Pathology Cara Liggett Victor R. Delclos, Ph.D. Teacher Education Meredith Mahr‐Edmunds Sharon Green‐Hennessy, Ph.D. Psychology Diane McGrady Afra A. Hersi, Ph.D. Teacher Education
The Effects of Counseling in Addition to Speech Therapy for Individuals Who Stutter Collaboration through Wiki Use and Odyssey of the Mind
Rodney Parker Gina Magyar‐Russell, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling
The Effects of Traumatic Events on Fostering Spirituality
Spectrographic Biofeedback during Speech Therapy Religious Coping and Attitude Towards Abortion
Families of Autism: Care‐giving Equality, Autism Severity, and Martial Satisfaction Bedtime Reading IS NOT Enough: Literacy Strategies for Families of Struggling Readers Practical Action Research (Mills, 2011) and Case‐study (Stake, 2000) An Analysis of Neuroticism and Connectedness as Predictors of Sexual Attitudes and Religious Coping
Author Name Co‐authors / Faculty Advisor Department Maria Perez Beth A. Kotchick, Ph.D. Alison A. Papadakis, Ph.D. Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D. Psychology Margaret Perry Jeffrey Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP Jeffrey M. Lating, Ph.D. Jason Prenoveau, Ph.D. Psychology Caroline Pronai Jennifer Gallo‐Fox, Ph.D. Psychology Caroline Pronai Sharon Green‐Hennessy, Ph.D. Psychology Kaitlyn Rendeiro Janet Preis, Ed.D. Speech‐Language Pathology Noelle Renner Marie R. Kerins, Ed.D. Speech‐Language Pathology Deborah G. Rollison Sharon E. Cheston, Ed.D. Kari O'Grady, Ph.D. Geraldine Fialkowski, Ph.D. Sara Cho Kim, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Allison Russo Alison A. Papadakis, Ph.D. Matthew W. Kirkhart, Ph.D. Martin F. Sherman, Ph.D. Psychology Beverly Sargent Danielle LaSure‐Bryant, Ed.D. Pastoral Counseling
The Moderation Effects of Social Anxiety on the Associations between Relational Victimization and Academic Engagement
“Do as I do?”: Psychologists’ Personal and Professional Practices of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Developing thoughtful, reflective preservice teachers through undergraduate literacy field experiences: A review of assessments Utilization of mental health services, barriers to treatment, and psychological distress within the law enforcement population Can You Feel the Music?: A Pilot Study
The Effects of Previous Musical Training on Melodic Intonation Therapy Grace in Grateful: Exploring Gratitude's Potential Influence on Faith Maturity and Stress‐related Growth
The Gender Difference in Depression: Personality and Rumination as Mediators
What about the siblings? Capturing the experiences of siblings of children with developmental disabilities in spiritually‐ integrated group therapy
Author Name Co‐authors / Faculty Advisor Department Beverly Sargent Danielle LaSure‐Bryant, Ed.D. Pastoral Counseling Bettina Scott Thomas E. Rodgerson, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Nicole Stout James Quirk, Ph.D. Liberal Studies Eileen Tam Carolyn M. Barry, Ph.D. Psychology
Christopher Wrightson Elizabeth Trimmer Teacher Education
Maya Zayat Beth A. Kotchick, Ph.D. Alison A. Papadakis, Ph.D. Mary Jo Coiro, Ph.D. Psychology Match Zimmerman Stephanie A. Flores‐Koulish, Ph.D. Education Specialties
Yours, Mine, and Ours: Benefits and Challenges of Training Counselors in an Interdisciplinary Setting Loss and Resilience: How can Pastors Care for Hurting People? A Dance with the Devil Himself?
The Relation between Perceived Parents’ Religiousness and Their Emerging‐Adult Children’s Psychological Adjustment by Way of Perceived Marital Functioning In second grade, how will Words Their Way compare to traditional, rote spelling instruction in terms of retention, transfer, and overall achievement? Associations among Gender, Ethnicity, Attitudes, and Aggression: A Mediation Model
The Digital Touch: Online Collaboration Inside the Physical Classroom
Be sure to visit the Emerging Scholars website in May: www.loyola.edu/emergingscholars View the posters from today’s presentation online, and listen to comments from some of the presenters about their research. We hope to see you next year!
Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research is sponsored by Graduate Studies and Graduate Student Services. Special thanks also to Debbie Dengler, Maureen Faux, and the Emerging Scholars Committee for its support of this event: Mary Jo Coiro Stephanie Flores‐Koulish Steve Fowl Marie Kerins Carlie Liposchak Gina Magyar‐Russell Janet Preis Martin Sherman