The Schizophrenia SIG participates in ABCT's SIG Exposition (poster session) and will do so again in 2018. It will be held on Friday, November 16th, at 6:30 pm in Ballroom 1, 2, & 3. Poster submissions are not restricted to students, but students in the SIG poster sessions will be eligible for consideration for the SIG's Outstanding Student Research Award, which includes a $100 cash prize. A panel of judges will determine the winner of the award, announce the winner, and award the prize all at the SIG poster session. Student entrants must be enrolled in a university training program in the 2018-2019 school year to be eligible. Please join us at the SIG poster session to support student research, network, and enjoy a cocktail, if you choose!
These posters have been accepted and will be displayed at the SOSMD-SIG table (listed in random order):
Interrelationships between Child Maltreatment, Schizotypy, and Theory of Mind Impairments
Victoria Popov & Lindsay S. Schenkel, Rochester Institute of Technology
Comparison of Social Cognition and Neurocognition with Functional Outcomes in Schizophrenia: An Updated Multivariate Meta-analysis
Tate Halverson, Maku Orleans-Pobee, Carrington Merritt, Paschal Sheeran, & David Penn, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Therapeutic Alliance in Individual Resiliency Training for First Episode Psychosis: Relationship with Treatment Outcomes and Therapy Participation
Julia Browne, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Yale University, Kim T. Mueser, Boston University, Piper Meyer-Kalos, University of Minnesota, Jennifer D. Gottlieb, Boston University , Sue E. Estroff, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, & David L. Penn, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Australian Catholic University
Mobile-Assisted Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Reduction of Severity of Defeatist Performance Beliefs
Tanya Mikhael, University of California-San Diego, Jason Holden, University of California-San Diego, Peter Link, University of California-San Diego, Mickinsey Kelly, University of California-San Diego, & Eric Granholm, VA San Diego Healthcare System/University of California-San Diego
General Religiosity and Use of Religious Coping as Predictors of Treatment Gains for Patients with Schizophrenia and their Relatives
Merranda McLaughlin, University of Miami, Eugenio Duarte, Private Practice, Coral Gables, FL, Amy Weisman de Mamani, University of Miami, Daisy Lopez, University of Miami, & Olivia Altamirano, University of Miami
Implementation of a Coordinated Specialty Care Program for Veterans with First Episode Psychosis
Rachelle Calixte, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA Hospital, Angela Taveira-Dick, William James College, Amy Wilson, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA Hospital, Diana Arntz, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA Hospital, Vanessa Enriquez, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA Hospital, & Eniana Agolli, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA Hospital
Correlates of Disclosure of Severe Mental Illness in Clients Receiving Supported Employment
Chitra Khare, Nicole DeTore, Kathryn Hintz, Susan R. McGurk,& Kim T. Mueser, Boston University
Development of a Family Care Transition Model for Early Psychosis Treatment
Bryan Stiles, University of Washington-Seattle, Sunny Chieh Cheng, University of Washington-Tacoma, Maria Monroe-DeVita, University of Washington-Seattle, Lydia Chwastiak, University of Washington-Seattle, Oladunni Oluwoye, Washington State University, & Samantha Davis, University of Washington-Seattle
Recap of ABCT 2017 SIG Poster Session:
We had twelve excellent posters at this year's SIG poster exposition discussing a variety of topics relevant to assessment and treatment of schizophrenia and other serious mental illnesses. Congratulations to Elaina Montague, M.A., and Jesse Hochheiser, both graduate students at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, who won this year’s student poster award! The poster is available here.
Full citation: Montague, E., Hochheiser, J., & Spaulding, W.D. (November, 2017) From dysregulated emotions to social dysfunction: Mediating effects of emotion regulation problems on social functioning in schizotypy. Poster presented at the 51st Annual Convention for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies Meeting in San Diego.
SIG Poster Session, November 2012. SIG Members Andrea Avila and Charlie Davidson with submitted posters.
GENERAL SIG POSTER GUIDELINES:
Please note that the ABCT rules for SIG posters are different from the rules for regular poster sessions. Posters must be no larger than 18 inches wide by 19 inches tall and work best when mounted on foam core or other lightweight, inflexible backing. ABCT will provide small easels with self-adhesive strips, although you may also bring your own easel if you wish. Presenters may use handouts to communicate essential information or share contact information for follow-up correspondence. There will not be electrical outlets available.
Posters should all be formatted using the following template: The Title of a Poster Should Be in Upper and Lower Case, using lower case only for conjunctions, prepositions, and articles. Please include authors in their proper order, followed by their affiliation [please, no departments or centers or other secondary listings]. When multiple authors are at the same institution, you may group them under a single affiliation.
For additional information on the ABCT SIG poster session, please click here.
Past SIG Poster Session Winners:
2016: Lesser, R. E., Davidson, C., Fiszdon, J. (November, 2016). Psychometrics for social cognition in schizophrenia. Poster presented at the 2016 Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, New York, NY.
2015: Schwehm, A., Robinson, D. G., Gallego, J. A., Harlsgodt, K. H., Ikuta, T., Peters, B. D., Malhotra, A. K., & Szeszko, P. R. (November, 2015). Comparable white matter abnormalities in first-episode and chronic psychosis. Poster presented at the 2015 Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL.