51st Annual Symposium on Recent Research



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51st Annual Symposium

on Recent Research

May 6-7, 2016





SCHEDULE
FRIDAY

8:50 - 9:00




Welcome:

John R. Graham & Yossef S. Ben-Porath (Kent State University), Workshop & Symposium Coordinators



Martin Sellbom (University of Otago) & Dustin B. Wygant (Eastern Kentucky University), Symposium Program Co-Chairs


9:00 – 10:30

Integrated Paper Session: MMPI-2-RF and Personality Disorders
Chair: Martin Sellbom (University of Otago)
Resurrecting the MMPI and MMPI-2 Personality Disorder Scales for the MMPI-2-RF: Construct and Incremental Validity – Martin Sellbom (University of Otago) & Mark Waugh (Private Practice, Oak Ridge, TN)
Divergent patterns of elevation across the DSM-5 PD clusters: Evidence of discriminant validity for each of the three levels of the MMPI-2-RF – Jan H. Kamphuis (University of Amsterdam), & Hilde De Saeger (De Vierspong)
Assessing DSM-5 Section III Personality Disorders with the MMPI-2-RF in a Correctional Sample – Kathleen T. Mooney, Dustin Wygant (Eastern Kentucky University), & Martin Sellbom (University of Otago)
Discussant: R. Michael Bagby (University of Toronto)


10:30 - 11:00

Break


11:00 - 12:00

Keynote Address: Bio-behavioral assessment of personality and psychopathology– Alex Cohen (Louisiana State University)


12:00 - 1:30

Lunch


1:30 – 2:30

Integrated Paper Session: Cross-Cultural Considerations with the MMPI-2 and MMPI-2-RF
Chair: Dustin B. Wygant (Eastern Kentucky University)
SEM-Based Comparison of MMPI-2-RF Validity for African Americans and Caucasians in a Clinical Setting – Tayla T.C. Lee (Ball State University), Paul A. Arbisi (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & University of Minnesota), & John L. McNulty (University of Tulsa)





Initial Evaluation of the Hindi MMPI-2 via Bilingual Test-Retest – Shehroo Pudumjee, Nathan Weed (Central Michigan University), Hina Pant (Rutgers Health Services), Hargun Ahluwalia (National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences), & Cheryl Chakranarayan (Central Michigan University)





Examining the Measurement Invariance of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 Restructured Form Externalizing Specific Problems Scales in African American and Caucasian Men Willie McBride, Stefan LaTulip (Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology), Richard Handel (Eastern Virginia Medical School), Megan Brokenbourgh (Louisiana State University Health Sciences Ctr.- New Orleans), Paul Arbisi (Minneapolis VA Health Care Center & University of Minnesota), & Dustin Wygant (Eastern Kentucky University)





Discussant: Kyunghee Han (Central Michigan University)


2:30 – 3:00

An Exploration of the Incremental Contribution of the Multidimensional Personality Questionnaire (MPQ) to the Predictive Validity of the MMPI-2-RF in Assessing Police Candidates – David Corey (Corey & Stewart), Yossef Ben-Porath (Kent State University), Auke Tellegen (University of Minnesota), Anthony Tarescavage (Kent State University), & Casey Stewart (Corey & Stewart)


3:00 - 3:15

Break


3:15 - 5:00


POSTER SESSION & RECEPTION
The Relationship Between Childhood Abuse Symptomatology in Adulthood and the Restructured Clinical Scales on the MMPI-2 – Alicia Boyd & Linda Baum (Regent University)
MMPI-2-RF Predictors of Romantic Attachment in Adults Seeking Treatment for Sexual Addiction -- Rebecca Broerman, Bradley Green, Randolph Arnau (University of Southern Mississippi), & Patrick Carnes (American Foundation for Addiction Research)
MMPI-2 and MMPI-2-RF Overreporting Validity Scale Scores for Forensic State Hospital Malingering and Non-Malingering Patients – Danielle Burchett, Kayla Marshall, Stella Ornelas, Brittany Smith, Kaitlin Wilkerson (California State University, Monterey Bay) & David Glassmire (Patton State Hospital)

The Impact of Underreporting on the MMPI-2-RF Substantive Scale Scores – Adam Crighton, William Menton, & Yossef S. Ben-Porath (Kent State University)
The Capacity of the MMPI-2-RF Symptom Validity Tests vis-à-vis Performance Validity Tests in the Detection of Feigned Mild Traumatic Brain Damage – Sonya Dhillon & R. Michael Bagby (University of Toronto)
An evaluation of the interpretive information available from the MMPI-2-RF Specific Problems (SP) scales – Cody Dodd, Seth Courrégé, & Nathan Weed (Central Michigan University)
Group Differences on Internalizing Scales of the MMPI-2-RF Among Oral Contraceptive Users vs. Non Users – Julia Evans, Katelynn Fell, Allan Harkness, & John McNulty (University of Tulsa)
Development of an Integrated Q-set for Interpretation Across the MMPI-2-RF, PAI, and MCMI – Abigail Feder, Shehroo Pudumjee, Cody Dodd, & Nathan Weed (Central Michigan University)
Personality and Participation: Associations between the MMPI-2-RF and the MPAI-4 in Veterans with a Reported History of Mild TBI – Jacob Finn, Gregory Lamberty (Minneapolis VA Health Care System), & Kelvin Lim (University of Minnesota)
Psychometric Properties of the MMPI-2 RF in a Puerto Rican Sample: Internal Consistency and Factor Structure of RC-r Scales – Ricardo Gonzalez- Pabon, Maria Garrido-Amadeo, Ernesto Rosario- Hernandez, & Glendalys Rivera- Reyes (Ponce Health Sciences University- School of Behavioral and Brain Science)
The Effects of Varying Degrees of Fixed and Random Responding on the Validity of Score Interpretations for the Specific Problems (SP) and PSY-5-r Scales of the MMPI-2-RF – Richard Handel (Eastern Virginia Medical School), Joseph Minifie (Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology), & Robert Archer (Eastern Virginia Medical School)
The Association Between the MMPI-2-RF Substantive Scales and Premature Therapeutic Cessation—Tiffany Harrop & Joye Anestis (University of Southern Mississippi)
MMPI-2-RF and EEG correlates of eating disorder symptoms in a non-clinical sample – Brittany Lance, Katy Wormley, Winford Gordon, & David McCord (Western Carolina University)
The Impact of Cultural Factors in Clinical Assessment: Puerto Ricans and the MMPI-2-RF—Glendalys Rivera- Reyes, Maria Garrido-Amadeo, Ernesto Rosario-Hernandez, & Ricardo Gonzalez-Pabon (Ponce Health Sciences University- School of Behavioral and Brain Science)


An Examination of the MMPI-2-RF, L-r Scale in a Canadian Muslim Sample” Religious Traditionalism or Positive Impression Management? — Zahra Nasser & R. Michael Bagby (University of Toronto)
PSY-5 scales and Review of Systems in private psychiatry practice are highly effective in diagnosis and treatment – C. Donald Williams (MD in private practice) & Ariah Kidder (Research assistant, C. Donald Williams, MD)



5:00

Adjourn

SATURDAY

9:00 - 10:15

Integrated Paper Session: Characterization of Risk and Resilience with the MMPI-2 RF: A Longitudinal Perspective
Chair: Paul A. Arbisi (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & University of Minnesota)
Differentiating Trajectories of PTSD symptomatology with the MMPI-2-RF - Mark D. Kramer (Minneapolis VA Health Care System), Laura E. Drislane, Noah C. Venables (Florida State University and Minneapolis VA Health Care System), Christopher R. Erbes, Melissa A. Polusny, & Paul A. Arbisi (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & University of Minnesota)
Disinhibition and Boldness as Dispositional Risk and Protective Factors for Suicidal Behavior: A Longitudinal Study of Deployed National Guard Soldiers - Noah C. Venables (Florida State University & Minneapolis VA Health Care System), Mark D. Kramer (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & Center for Chronic Disease Outcomes Research), Melissa A. Polusny (Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Health Care), Christopher R. Erbes (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & University of Minnesota), Christopher J. Patrick (Florida State University), & Paul A. Arbisi (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & University of Minnesota)
MMPI-Based Boldness and Disinhibition Predict Distinct Trajectories of PTSD Symptomatology Following Combat Exposure in National Guard Soldiers – Laura Drislane (Florida State University & Minneapolis VA Health Care System), Mark D. Kramer (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & Center for Chronic Disease Outcomes Research), Christopher R. Erbes, Melissa A. Polusny, & Paul A. Arbisi (Minneapolis VA Health Care System & University of Minnesota)
Discussant: Martin Sellbom (University of Otago)


10:15 - 10:45


Break

10:45 - 11:15

The MMPI-2-RF in a Large Sample of Sex Addicts: Reliability and Correlations with Higher-Order Factors of the Sexual Dependency Inventory – 4.0 – Randolph Arnau, Bradley A. Green (University of Southern Mississippi), & Patrick Carnes (American Foundation for Addiction Research)


11:15 - 11:30

Predicting Higher-Order Factors of the Sexual Dependency Inventory (SDI-4.0) with the Restructured Clinical Scales of the MMPI-2-RF – David Schultz, Randy Arnau, Bradley Green (University of Southern Mississippi), & Patrick Carnes (American Foundation for Addiction Research)


11:30 - 11:45

Assessment Of Prescription Stimulant Misuse Among College Students Using the MMPI2-RF – Veronica Archer & Nathan Weed (Central Michigan University)


11:45 – 12:00

Using the MMPI-2-RF as a Dimensional Measure of Co-Occurring Symptoms among Substance Use, Depressive, and Anxiety Disorders: A Preliminary Investigation – Nicole Ricketts, Stephanie Haugh, Amy McLean (Western Carolina University), Paul Arbisi (University of Minnesota), & David McCord (Western Carolina University)


12:00 - 1:30

Lunch


1:30 – 2:00

The Relative Importance of Demoralization – William Menton, Adam Hicks, Ryan Marek, & Yossef Ben-Porath (Kent State University)


2:00 - 2:15

Defining Resilience Using the Substantive Scales of the MMPI-2-RF – Stephanie Haugh & David McCord (Western Carolina University)


2:15 - 2:30

Investigating Improvements for Introversion: A Factor Analysis of INTR/INTR-rRachel Lee, John McNulty, Stephen Snider, Samantha Overstreet, & Allan Harkness (University of Tulsa)


2:30 – 2:45

MMPI-2-RF Temperament Markers of Future Suicidal Behavior in a Forensic Psychiatric Hospital – Anthony Tarescavage (Kent State University), David Glassmire (Patton State Hospital), & Danielle Burchett (California State University, Monterey Bay)


2:45 – 3:00

Use of the MMPI-2-RF scales to predict clinically meaningful outcomes in a VA Chronic Pain Setting – Stephanie Miller, Ronald J. Gironda, Melissa Echevarria-Baez, & Evangelia Banou (James A. Haley VA Hospital)


3:00 - 3:15

Break


3:15 – 3:30

Convergent and Discriminant Validity of Scores on the MMPI-A-RF Specific Problems and PSY-5 Scales in a Forensic Sample – Richard W. Handel, Robert P. Archer (Eastern Virginia Medical School), Yossef S. Ben-Porath (Kent State University), & Auke Tellegen (University of Minnesota)


3:30 – 3:45

An update: The MMPI-2 and the MMPI-2-RF have different protocol validity in seriously disturbed worker’s compensation patients in a private psychiatry practice – C. Don Williams (MD in private practice) & Ariah Kidder (Research assistant, C. Donald Williams MD)


3:45 - 4:00

Categorizing Problem Physicians by Referral Type Using MMPI-2-RF – Betsy Williams (Professional Renewal Center), Michael Williams (Wales Behavior Assessment), Bruce Cappo, Paul Ingram (Clinical Associates), & Phil Flanders (Professional Renewal Center)


4:00 – 4:15

The Role of Common Method Variance in MMPI-2-RF Response Option Augmentation – Seth Courrégé & Nathan Weed (Central Michigan University)

4:15 - 4:30

Contrasting MMPI-2-RF Profiles of the Four ECR-R Attachment Style Quadrants - Bradley Green, Rebecca Broerman, Randolph Arnau (University of Southern Mississippi), & Patrick Carnes (American Foundation for Addiction Research)


4:30 – 5:00

Future MMPI-2-RF Research – Yossef S. Ben-Porath (Kent State University) & Auke Tellegen (University of Minnesota)

5:00



Adjourn


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