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CURRICULUM VITAE Rebecca G. Reed The University of Arizona Family Studies and Human Development P. O. Box 210078 650 N. Park Ave Tucson, AZ 85721-0078 rgreed@email.arizona.edu (520) 904-4546

CHRONOLOGY OF EDUCATION The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ Doctor of Philosophy Concentration: Family Studies and Human Development Minor: Quantitative Methods Graduate Advisor: Emily Butler, Ph.D. Minor Advisor: Noel Card, Ph.D.

2015 (expected)

The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ Master of Science Concentration: Family Studies and Human Development Graduate Advisor: Emily Butler, Ph.D. Research Interests: Emotions, health and well-being; psychophysiology; close relationships

2012 (expected)

The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 2007-2010 Bachelor of Science, with Honors, Magna Cum Laude Concentration: Physiology Minors: Psychology, Chemistry Advisor: Scott Going, Ph.D. Thesis: Using Fitness Devices and Global Positioning System (GPS) Technology in Measuring Energy Expenditure and Distance Walked on Flat and Incline Surfaces

TEACHING EXPERIENCE Instructor Introduction to Research Methods, Co-Instructor Overall Teaching Effectiveness: 5/5 The University of Arizona

Summer 2011

Infancy/Child Development (online), Co- Instructor Overall Teaching Effectiveness: 4.7/ 5 The University of Arizona

Summer 2011


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Guest Lecturer “Evolutionary Theory” Course: Advanced Family Relations (FSHD 487) The University of Arizona

Fall 2011

“Interdependence Theory” Course: Advanced Family Relations (FSHD 487)\ Average Teaching Effectiveness rated by students: 4.9 / 5 Average Overall Rating of guest lecture by students: 4.6 /5 The University of Arizona

Fall 2011

“The Adolescent Brain” Course: Biosocial Contexts of Development (FSHD 447c) The University of Arizona

Spring, 2010

“Interventions for Cognitive and Physical Health: Exercise and Nutrition” Course: Issues in Aging (FSHD 413/513) The University of Arizona Average Teaching Effectiveness rated by students: 4.8 / 5 Average Overall Rating of guest lecture by students: 4.7 /5

Fall 2010 Spring 2011 Fall 2011

Graduate Teaching Assistantships Advanced Family Relations (FSHD 487) Fall 2010 – Spring 2011 The University of Arizona ƒ Provided teaching assistance to Dr. Melissa Curran ƒ Responsibilities included: managing course website, responding to students’ questions, assisting with grading assignments, essays, and exams, holding weekly office hours. Biosocial Contexts of Development (FSHD 447c) Spring 2011 The University of Arizona ƒ Provided teaching assistance to Ashley (King) Jordan, M.A. ƒ Responsibilities included: managing course website, responding to students’ questions, assisting with grading assignments, essays, and exams, holding weekly office hours. Issues in Aging (FSHD 413/513) Fall 2010 The University of Arizona ƒ Provided teaching assistance to Dr. Susan Koerner ƒ Responsibilities included: managing course website, responding to students’ questions, assisting students with exam preparation, grading assignments, essays, and exams, and holding weekly office hours.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES Graduate Research Assistant Fall 2011 The University of Arizona ƒ Provided research assistance to Dr. Emily Butler ƒ Responsibilities included: conducting literature search for NIH grant, managing and


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providing mentoring to undergraduate research assistants in behavior coding and conducting a literature review Graduate Research Assistant Spring 2011 The University of Arizona ƒ Provided research assistance to Dr. Ann Mastergeorge ƒ Responsibilities included: conducting literature search, scoring instruments of child development, parent, and teacher measures of child emotional development, data entry Graduate Research Assistant Fall 2010 The University of Arizona ƒ Provided research assistance to Dr. Emily Butler ƒ Responsibilities included: conducting literature search for collaborators in India, contacting the University of Arizona Main Library to determine how international collaborators can have access to the University of Arizona’s databases as UA Affiliated patron type. Graduate Research Assistant Summer 2010 The University of Arizona ƒ Height and Weight certified 05/08/10 ƒ Responsibilities included: helping to implement pilot “Stealth Health” study with children aged 12-18, consenting participants, administering questionnaires, obtaining biometric measures. NASA Space Grant Undergraduate Research Intern 2009-2010 The University of Arizona ƒ Using geospatial technology to test the accuracy of fitness devices and GPS in their calculations of energy expenditure and distance ƒ Responsibilities included: conducting literature review, completing IRB application for approval, consenting participants, data collection and management, testing accuracy of pedometers, accelerometers, and GPS-enabled fitness devices, identifying algorithm for converting activity to energy expenditure. Undergraduate Research Assistant Summer 2009 The University of Arizona ƒ Nutrition and Physical Activity Lab for “Stealth Health” Research Project: Youth Innovation, Mobile Technology, Online Social Networking, and Informal Learning to Promote Physical Activity. PI: Scott Going ƒ Responsibilities included: developing protocol for using fitness devices (pedometers, accelerometers, GPS units), designing and testing preliminary experiments, gathering and entering data, attending team meetings, presenting findings to PI. Undergraduate Research Assistant Fall 2008 The University of Arizona ƒ Psychophysiology Lab; investigated the neutral systems involved in stress reactivity and how these neural systems are compromised in depression ƒ Responsibilities included: consenting participants, assisting with electroencephalograph (EEG) setup and stress administration, data collection and management, analyzing EKG data

PUBLICATIONS


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In preparation: Reed, R. G. & Butler, E. A. (in prep, invited). Partner influence and in-phase versus anti-phase physiological linkage of sympathetic arousal in romantic couples. To be submitted to the International Journal of Psychophysiology. Submitted: Hongu, N., Orr, B. J., Roe, D., Reed, R. G., & Going, S. B. (submitted). Global positioning system (GPS) watches for estimating energy expenditure.

PRESENTATIONS Reed, R. G., Randall, A. K., Corkery, S. A., Young, V. J., Post, J. H., & Butler, E. A. (2012, Jan.). Partner effects of relational communication, relationship quality, and emotion regulation on autonomic physiology. Poster presented at the 2012 Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Butler, E. A., Reed, R. G. (2011, Nov). Emotion regulation and in-phase versus anti-phase synchrony of sympathetic arousal. Symposia presented at the Society of Psychophysiology Research, Boston, MA. Reed, R. G., Mosqueda, M., Knutson, N., Teran, B. (2011, Feb). Undergraduate Research Internship Experience: Innovation, Collaboration, and Integration. Speech presented at the 7th annual Family and Consumer Health Sciences In-service, Tucson, AZ. Reed, R. G., Mosqueda, M., Going, S., Orr, J., & Hongu, N. (2010, April). Using fitness devices and GPS (global positioning systems) technology in measuring energy expenditure and distance walked over flat and incline surfaces: report on completed study. Poster presented at the Experimental Biology Conference, Anaheim, CA. Reed, R. G., Hongu, N., Mosqueda, M., Knutson, N., Burkholder, N., & Going, S. (2009, October). Using fitness devices and GPS (global positioning systems) technology in measuring energy expenditure and distance walked over flat and incline surfaces: preliminary findings. Poster presented at the Research Frontiers in Nutritional Sciences Conference, Tucson, AZ.

PENDING AND UNFUNDED GRANT PROPOSALS (RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS?) National Science Foundation, Graduate Research Fellowship Program, “Fostering Science Achievement in Sibling Girls With and Without Disabilities.� Unfunded.

AWARDS AND HONORS

2011, Fall 2011, Spring

Ruth Cowden Scholarship, University of Arizona Travel Award, Frances McClelland Institute/Emerald Foundation Gift, Society


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2010, Spring 2010, Spring 2007-2010 2008-2009 2008, Spring 2007

for Personality & Social Psychology Travel Scholarship, Women in Science and Engineering (WISE), Experimental Biology Honors Alumni Legacy Grant, Travel Scholarship, Experimental Biology University of Arizona Wildcat Excellence Scholarship Award Academic Distinction Dean’s List with Distinction Regents High Honors Endorsement Award

LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE Memberships ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Society for Psychophysiological Research Society for Personality and Social Psychology Society for Personality and Health Network University of Arizona Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

Professional Service ƒ Emotion and Motivation journal. Reviewer, Summer 2011. ƒ Graduate and Professional Student Council, University of Arizona. Judge (Travel Grants), Spring 2011 ƒ American Dietetic Association Research Endowment Fund, Reviewer (Grant),“Lifestyle Interventions for Childhood Overweight and Obesity Prevention”, Summer 2010 ƒ American Dietetic Association Research Endowment Fund, Reviewer (Abstract),“Lifestyle Interventions for Childhood Overweight and Obesity Prevention”, Summer 2010

Departmental Service ƒ Family Studies Student Round Table, Social Liaison/Recruitment Coordinator; Fall 2011Present, Member, Fall 2010-Present ƒ New Student Mentor, Family Studies and Human Development, University of Arizona 2010- 2011 ƒ Health and Interpersonal Systems Group, Member; Fall 2010-Present ƒ Physiology Honors Academy: Student Advisory Committee, Member; 2009-2010

Community Service ƒ Judge, Southern Arizona Regional Science and Engineering Fair, University of Arizona, Spring 2011 ƒ UA Volunteer, “Cats in the Community Day”, (3 hours), Spring 2011 ƒ Peer Note-Taker for student with a disability (45 hours), Spring 2009

Technical Training ƒ Ethics training, University of Arizona, August 2010

Teaching Training ƒ Graduate assistant teaching orientation, University of Arizona, August 2010 ƒ Teaching assistant training, University of Arizona, August 2010 o Modules included: Getting to Know Your Students, Learning Objectives: Start with the End in Mind, Discussion as a Way of Teaching, Rubrics, Copyright, Fair Use and Instruction, and Staying Out of Trouble: UA Policies.


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Workshops ƒ New Scholars Workshop, IARR Mini-Conference, Fall 2011 ƒ Women in Science and Education, Society for Psychophysiological Research Conference, Fall 2011 ƒ Social Personality and Health Pre-Conference, Society for Personality & Social Psychology, Spring 2011 ƒ WISE Leadership Workshop, Spring 2009 o Modules included: What kind of Leader Are You?, Effective Communication, Being an Inclusive Leader, Women’s Studies 101, the Politics of


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