Grads Jennifer Steward, Rachel Micol, Jim Scholl and Kelsey Hancock, and undergrad Westley Youngren traveled to Wichita, KS in mid-April for the 2015 Southwestern Psychological Association’s annual conference.
Westley Youngren presented a poster, also authored by lab members Katherine Miller and Jim Scholl, titled Are Sleep Quality and Nightmares related to Difficulties with Emotion Regulation? Wes had some great conversations with individuals at the conference about the importance of sleep. Go, Wes!
Westley presenting his poster at the annual Southwestern Psychological Association.
Rachel Micol presented a poster, second authored by lab member Katherine Miller, titled Exploring the Impact of the Time to Report on Sexual Violence Victimization. Several individuals stopped by the poster and expressed interest in this very important topic!
Rachel presents at the annual SWPA meeting.
Jennifer Steward, Kelsey Hancock, Jim Scholl, and Rachel Micol presented a symposium titled, Alright Stop, Collaborate and Listen: Strategies to Reduce Sexual Violence on Campus. The symposium addressed important topics including: definitions, prevalence, causes and consequences of sexual violence on campuses; the role of legislation in response to sexual violence; prevalence of intimate partner violence in specialized student groups; and best practices in sexual assault prevention.
Rachel, Jennifer, Kelsey, and Jim after their symposium at SWPA.
Awesome job representing TRAPT lab, everyone!
To read the White House Task For Report on Campus Sexual Assault Programming, visit: https://www.notalone.gov/ and https://www.notalone.gov/assets/report.pdf