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Christopher Dana Lynn, Ph.D.


Department of Anthropology

The University of Alabama

19 ten Hoor, Box 870210

Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 35487-0210


Tel: (205) 348-4162

Fax: (205) 348-7937

Email: cdlynn@ua.edu

Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences

Director, Evolutionary Studies Program, College of Arts and Sciences

Director, Human Behavioral Ecology Research Group, University of Alabama



Research Interests

Theoretical: Cognitive science of religion; neuroanthropology; evolutionary psychology; human behavioral ecology; biocultural, medical, cognitive, and psychological anthropology.

Topical: Religiosity, spirituality, and health; religious and pathogenic diversity; evolution of consciousness; dissociation, deafferentation, and trance; fire; complementary and alternative medicine; human sexuality; body adornment; stress and immune response.

Area: United States, Costa Rica.

EDUCATION

2009 Ph.D., Anthropology, University at Albany

2006 M.A., Anthropology, University at Albany

2002 B.A., cum laude, Cultural Anthropology, CUNY Baccalaureate Program



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2015—present Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Alabama

2009—2015 Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of Alabama

2010—present Graduate Faculty, University of Alabama

2008—2009 Lecturer, College of Science, Marist College

2008 Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University at Albany

2008 Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, SUNY New Paltz

2007 Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Montclair State University

2005—2009 Research Assistant, Center for the Elimination of Minority Health Disparities, University at Albany

2004—2009 Graduate Teaching Assistant, University at Albany

2003—2004 Educator, Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

2000—2003 Educator, Lower East Side Tenement Museum



HONORS AND AWARDS

2015 Outstanding Commitment to Teach, Arts & Sciences, University of Alabama

2008 Graduate Student Organization Best Grant Awardee, University at Albany

2006 Best Paper Award, Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness

2002 Phi Beta Kappa, Brooklyn College

2002 Alumni Fund Scholarship, CUNY B.A. Program

2001 Olga Kattan Scholarship, Modern Languages, Brooklyn College

2001 Class of ‘37 Scholarship, Brooklyn College

2000 Ford Colloquium, Brooklyn College

2000 Class of ‘41 Scholarship, Brooklyn College



Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

2015 CD Lynn, JJ Paris, CA Frye, LM Schell Religious-Commitment Signaling and Impression Management amongst Pentecostals: Relationships to Salivary Cortisol and Alpha-Amylase. Journal of Cognition and Culture 15(3-4)(In press).

2014 CD Lynn. Hearth and Campfire Influences on Arterial Blood Pressure: Defraying the Costs of the Social Brain through Fireside Relaxation. Evolutionary Psychology 12(5):983-1003, epjournal.net/3397.

2014 CD Lynn, MJ Stein, APC Bishop. Engaging Undergraduates through Neuroanthropological Research. Anthropology Now 6(1):92-103.

2014 CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JP Keenan. To Thine Own Self be False: Self-Deceptive Enhancement and Sexual Awareness Influences on Mating Success. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 8(2):109-122, doi: 10.1037/h0097255.

2014 K Spaulding, R Burch, C Lynn. Evolutionary Studies Reproductive Successes and Failures: Knowing Your Institutional Ecology. EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium 6(1):18-38, http://evostudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Spaulding-Burch-Lynn_Vol6Iss1.pdf.

2013 CD Lynn. “The Wrong Holy Ghost”: Discerning the Apostolic Gift of Discernment. Ethos 41(2):223-247. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/etho.12016/abstract

2011 CD Lynn, J Paris, C Frye, L Schell. Glossolalia is Associated with Differences in Biomarkers of Arousal and Stress among Apostolic Pentecostals. Religion, Brain and Behavior 1(3):173-191. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/2153599X.2011.639659.

2010 CD Lynn, J Paris, CA Frye, LM Schell. Salivary Alpha-Amylase and Cortisol among Pentecostals on a Worship and Nonworship Day. American Journal of Human Biology 22(6):819-822. doi: 10.1002/ajhb.21088

2005 CD Lynn. Adaptive and Maladaptive Dissociation: An Epidemiological and Anthropological Comparison and Proposition for an Expanded Dissociation Model. Anthropology of Consciousness 16(2):16-50. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1525/ac.2005.16.2.16/pdf.



Manuscripts in Review

N.D. H James, Y Manresa, R Metts, B Brinkman, and CD Lynn. The Effects of Performance-Based Education on Evolutionary Attitudes and Literacy. Target journal: EvoS Journal.



Manuscripts in Preparation

N.D. CD Lynn, W Evans, A Glaze, and L Reed (eds). Evolution in and Around Alabama: Culture, Politics, and Resources in the U.S. Southeast. Target press: University of Alabama Press.

N.D. CD Lynn. Evolution in (and Around) Alabama. In Lynn, Evans, Glaze, Reed (eds) Evolution in and Around Alabama: Culture, Politics, and Resources in the U.S. Southeast. Target press: University of Alabama Press.

N.D. MJ Stein, APC Bishop, and CD Lynn. Influences of Disease Awareness on Cultural Consensus: Religious Collectivity and the Behavioral Immune System in Limón Province, Costa Rica. Target journal: Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion.

N.D. CD Lynn. Tattooing in North America Pre- and Post-Cook’s Polynesian Encounter: Contemporary and Aboriginal Convergence in Form and Function. Target journal: American Studies Journal.

N.D. CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JR Belanich, and JP Keenan. Does Exaggerating Cultural Knowledge Enhance Mating Success? Mating-Relevant Self-Deception and Self-Awareness in Young and Middle Adulthood. Target journal: Journal of Evolutionary Psychology.

N.D. CD Lynn Well-Bred Lovers, Mariners’ Druthers, and Firemen of the Future: Evolved Self-Awareness and Self-Deception in the Works of Ray Bradbury, Joseph Conrad, and D.H. Lawrence. Target journal: ASEBL Journal.

N.D. CD Lynn and G Batchelder. Neuroanthropology of Dissociation, Deafferentation, and Trance: Investigation at the Psychological, Neurological, and Phenomenological Levels. Target journal: Transcultural Psychology.



Refereed Abstracts

2014 B Brinkman and C Lynn. Quantifying Impacts of Peer-Reviewed Rap. Program for the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society Eighth Annual Conference. New Paltz, NY.

2014 C Lynn and LV Pratt. Human Evolution at the Hearth: The Influence of Fire on Relaxation and Psychophysiology. Program for the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society Eighth Annual Conference. New Paltz, NY.

2014 C Lynn. Hard-to-Fake Signaling of Religious Commitment Reduces Biological Stress where Just Trying to Manage Impressions Does Not. Program for the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society Eighth Annual Conference. New Paltz, NY.

2013 CD Lynn. Defraying the Costs of “Analysis Paralysis”: A Neuroanthropological Model of Dissociation, Deafferentation, and Trance. American Anthropological Association 2013 Annual Meeting Abstracts. Chicago, IL.

2013 MJ Stein and CD Lynn. Religion as Resilience: Evaluating the Intersections of Religious Collectivity and Disease in Limón Province, Costa Rica. American Anthropological Association 2013 Annual Meeting Abstracts. Chicago, IL.

2013 M Steel and CD Lynn. Fireside Meditations: The Induction of a Relaxation Response by Focused Attention on a Flickering Light and Novel Sound Phenomenon. American Anthropological Association 2013 Annual Meeting Abstracts. Chicago, IL.

2013 L Moore, J Belanich, C Lynn, R Earley. Notice Anything New About Me?: Examining Intrasexual Competition through Animal Analogs. Program for the Seventh Annual Conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology. Anneville, PA.

2013 CD Lynn. The Psychophysiology of Fireside Relaxation. American Journal of Human Biology 25(2):265.

2013 C Lynn, M Stein, A Bishop. Distinguishing Consensus on Culture from Church Doctrine: Modeling Religious Commitment among Rural and Urban Costa Rican Limonenses. Online program for the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting 2013. Mobile, AL.

2013 L Moore, J Belanich, C Lynn, R Earley. Notice Anything New About Me?: Examining Intrasexual Competition through Animal Analogs. Online program for the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting 2013. Mobile, AL.

2013 WH Roberts, E Schumann, C Lynn. Picking up Where Others Left Off: Methodological Advancements in Student-Led Collaborative Fieldwork. Online program for the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting 2013. Mobile, AL.

2013 E Schumann, E Zhou, C Lynn. Doing the Hokey Pokey and Re-negotiating God: Assessing Commitment in the Unitarian Universalist Church. Online program for the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting 2013. Mobile, AL.

2013 M Steel, L Moore, C Lynn. It’s Getting Hot in Here: The Correlation between Pro-social Behavior and a Propensity towards Fireside Relaxation. Online program for the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting 2013. Mobile, AL.

2012 CD Lynn. Compromising on Compromise: Engaging Undergraduates through Neuroanthropological Research. American Anthropological Association 2012 Annual Meeting Abstracts. San Francisco, CA.

2012 CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JP Keenan. Self-Deception Enhances Mating Success: Testing the Trivers Model. Program for 25th Annual Human Behavior & Evolution Society Conference. Albuquerque, NM.

2012 APC Bishop, CD Lynn. The Wrong Tongue: Identifying Cultural Variation in Religious Signaling Behavior. Program for Southern Anthropological Society 47th Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL.

2012 J Dominguez and CD Lynn. “Nice Ink, Man”: Perceptions of Tattooed Women in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Program for Southern Anthropological Society 47th Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL.

2012 M Roberts and CD Lynn. Fireside Relaxation and the Effects of Flickering Light and Sudden Sound Phenomena. Program for Southern Anthropological Society 47th Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL.

2011 CD Lynn. “Transcendental Medication”: Tests of a Functionalist Model of the Dissociation/ Absorption Spectrum via Speaking in Tongues and Fireside Relaxation. American Anthropological Association 2011 Annual Meeting Abstracts. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2011 CD Lynn, J Snodgrass. “The Wrong Holy Ghost”: A Case Study of Iatrogenic Dissociation among Apostolic Pentecostals. Program for 110th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2008 CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JP Keenan. Self-Deceptive Self-Enhancement and Reproductive Fitness: Testing the Trivers Model. Program for 2nd Annual Meeting of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society. Manchester, NH.

2008 CD Lynn. “The Wrong Holy Ghost”: The Importance of Emic When Divining Etic in Mapping the Physiology of Pentecostal Dissociation. Program for 2008 Annual Meeting of Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness. New Haven, CT.

2007 CD Lynn. A Model for Religiosity Influences on Health Risk-Factors via God’s Psychoneurophysiology among Apostolic Children. American Anthropological Association 2007 Annual Meeting Abstracts. Washington, DC.

2007 CD Lynn. Dissociation, Stress, and Well-Being: A Pilot Study of Psychological Allostasis in a University Student Sample. Program for the 1st Annual Meeting of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society. New Paltz, NY.

2006 CD Lynn. Pentecostal Charismata and Health: Modeling the Neo-Governmentality and Psychoneuroimmunology of an Ethnomedical System. Program for 46th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Anthropology Association. Albany, NY.



Non-Refereed Publications

2015 CD Lynn. Review of R Dudley, The Drunken Monkey: Why We Drink and Abuse Alcohol (2014). Medical Anthropology Quarterly (In press).

2014 CD Lynn, VR Beasley, III, AS Cohen, HF Dengah, II, JL Funkhouser, K Herndon, and AB Persons. Anthropology is Elementary and can be Taught There: Teaching Four-Field Anthropology to 3rd and 4th Grade Students. Anthropology News. June/July. http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2014/05/29/anthropology-is-elementary-and-can-be-taught-there/

2013 EE Cooper, CD Lynn, M Wolfgram. Teaching Technologies for Research, Collaboration, and Dissemination. Anthropology News 54(5). http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2013/02/06/teaching-technologies-for-research-collaboration-and-dissemination/

2010 JB Smith and CD Lynn. Why it’s Interesting Why Women have Sex. A Review of CM Meston and DM Buss, Why Women Have Sex: The Psychology of Sex in Women’s Own Voices (2009). Evolutionary Psychology 8(2):275-283.

2008 CD Lynn. Parent Seeking PhD: The Practicality and Pitfalls of Staying Local. Anthropology News 49(6):16. http://www.aaanet.org/pdf/upload/49-6-christopher_lynn_infocus.pdf



Unpublished Thesis/Dissertation

2009 CD Lynn. Glossolalia Influences on Stress Response among Apostolic Pentecostals. Ph.D. Dissertation. University at Albany, Department of Anthropology.

2006 CD Lynn. Dissociation, Stress, and Well-Being: A Pilot Study of Psychological Allostasis in a University Student Sample. Master’s Paper. University at Albany, Department of Anthropology.

Conferences and Presentations

Invited Presentations

2015 CD Lynn. Transcendental Medication: Defraying the Costs of Analysis Paralysis. Presentation for the EvoS Seminar Series, SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz, NY, April 13.

2015 Howells ME, Cully K, Lynn C. Understanding Humans: Using an Anthropological Approach in STEM Classrooms. 1st Annual K-12 STEM Education Conference, Wilmington, NC, January 9.

2013 CD Lynn. Defraying the Costs of “Analysis Paralysis”: A Neuroanthropological Model of Dissociation, Deafferentation, and Trance. Talk at the 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL, Nov. 20-24.

2013 CD Lynn. The Ecological Diversity of Transcendence. Lecture to the Tuscaloosa Secular Humanists, Tuscaloosa, AL, September 25.

2013 CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JP Keenan. To Thine Own Self be False (if you Wanna Be True): Evidence Supporting a Mating-Relevant Self-Deception Module. Talk at the University of Alabama Evolutionary Studies Darwin Day Research Colloquium, Tuscaloosa, AL, February 12.

2012 CD Lynn. Compromising on Compromise: Engaging Undergraduates through Neuroanthropological Research. Talk at 111th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA, November 14-18.

2011 CD Lynn. “Transcendental Medication”: Consilience through the Neuroanthropology of Speaking in Tongues and Internet Gaming. Presented to the Alabama Freethought Association, Talladega, AL, January 15.



Refereed Presentations/Workshops

2015 CD Lynn and MJ Stein. Religious Collectivity and the Behavioral Immune System in Limón Province, Costa Rica. Presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, Boston, MA, April 9-11.

2015 M Carr, A Daugherty, and C Lynn. A Burning Question: Fireside Relaxation. Presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, Boston, MA, April 9-11.

2015 CD Lynn, W Evans, and B Brinkman. Evolution Education through Excitement and Anger: “Rap Guide to Evolution” Influences on Skin Conductance. Poster at Human Biology Association Annual Scientific Meeting, St. Louis, MO, March 25-27.

2015 JT Dominguez, J DeCaro, and CD Lynn. Tattooing as Protection against Enemy Arrows: Enhanced Immune Response among the Heavily Tattooed as an Allostatic Stress Response. Presented at the Human Biology Association Annual Scientific Meeting, St. Louis, MO, March 25-26.

2015 CD Lynn and G Batchelder. Anthropology is Elementary: Translating the Science of Humanness through Hands-on Activities. Workshop at 2015 Alabama Science Teachers Association conference, Birmingham, AL, March 3-4.

2014 CD Lynn, VR Beasley, K Herndon, HF Dengah, AB Persons. Anthropology is Elementary and can be Taught There: Teaching Four-Field Anthropology to 3rd and 4th Grade Students. Presented at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC, December 3-7.

2014 CD Lynn and B Brinkman. “Rap Guide to Evolution” Influences on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Emotions. Presented at the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, October 17-18.

2014 B Brinkman and C Lynn. Quantifying Impacts of Peer-Reviewed Rap. Presented at Eighth Annual Conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, New Paltz, NY, April 10-13.

2014 LV Pratt and C Lynn. Human Evolution at the Hearth: The Influence of Fire on Relaxation and Psychophysiology. Presented at the 8th Annual Conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, New Paltz, NY, April 10-13.

2014 C Lynn. Hard-to-Fake Signaling of Religious Commitment Reduces Biological Stress where Just Trying to Manage Impressions Does Not. Presented at the 8th Annual Conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, New Paltz, NY, April 10-13.

2013 MJ Stein and CD Lynn. Religion as Resilience: Evaluating the Intersections of Religious Collectivity and Disease in Limón Province, Costa Rica. Presented at the 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL, November 20-24.

2013 M Steel and CD Lynn. Fireside Meditations: The Induction of a Relaxation Response by Focused Attention on a Flickering Light and Novel Sound Phenomenon. Presented at the 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL, November 20-24.

2013 L Moore, J Belanich, C Lynn, R Earley. Notice Anything New About Me?: Examining Intrasexual Competition through Animal Analogs. Presented at the 7th Annual Conference of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, Annville, PA, May 30-June 2.

2013 CD Lynn. The Psychophysiology of Fireside Relaxation. Presented at Human Biology Association Annual Meeting. Knoxville, TN, April 10-11.

2013 L Moore, J Belanich, C Lynn, R Earley. Notice Anything New About Me?: Examining Intrasexual Competition through Animal Analogs. Presented at the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting, Mobile, AL, February 20-23.

2013 E Schumann, E Zhou, C Lynn. Renegotiating Religion: Assessing Commitment and Previous Religious Affiliation in Unitarian Universalism. Presented at the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting, Mobile, AL, February 20-23.

2013 M Steel, L Moore, C Lynn. Trance by Fire: the Stimulation of a Relaxation Response by Focusing on Flickering Light and Novel Sound Phenomena. Presented at the Society for Anthropological Sciences Annual Meeting, Mobile, AL, February 20-23.

2013 E Schumann, E Zhou, CD Lynn. Group Selection in Religious Communities: Assessing Sustainability in Unitarian Universalism. Presented at the University of Alabama Evolutionary Studies Darwin Day Research Colloquium. Tuscaloosa, AL, February 12.

2012 CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JP Keenan. Self-Deception Enhances Mating Success: Testing the Trivers Model. Presented at the 25th Annual Human Behavior & Evolution Society Conference. Albuquerque, NM, June 13-17.

2012 APC Bishop and CD Lynn. The Wrong Tongue: Identifying Cultural Variation in Religious Signaling Behavior. Presented at the Southern Anthropological Society 47th Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL, March 15-17.

2012 J Dominguez and CD Lynn. “Nice Ink, Man”: Perceptions of Tattooed Women in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Presented at the Southern Anthropological Society 47th Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL, March 15-17.

2012 M Roberts and CD Lynn. Fireside Relaxation and the Effects of Flickering Light and Sudden Sound Phenomena. Presented at the Southern Anthropological Society 47th Annual Meeting. Birmingham, AL, March 15-17.

2011 CD Lynn. “Transcendental Medication”: Tests of a Functionalist Model of the Dissociation/ Absorption Spectrum via Speaking in Tongues and Fireside Relaxation. Oral presentation at the 110th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Montreal, Quebec, Canada, November 15-20.

2011 CD Lynn. “The Wrong Holy Ghost”: A Case Study of Iatrogenic Dissociation among Apostolic Pentecostals. Presented at the Society for Psychological Anthropology Biennial Meetings. Santa Monica, CA, March 31-April 3.

2011 B Starliper, C Buzney, CD Lynn. Trance by Fire: Is Television Addiction a By-product of Fireside Relaxation? Presented at the Society for Psychological Anthropology Biennial Meetings. Santa Monica, CA, March 31-April 3.

2010 CD Lynn. Glossolalia Influences on Cortisol and Alpha-Amylase among Apostolic Pentecostals. Presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Human Biology Association. Albuquerque, NM, April 15.

2008 CD Lynn. Glossolalia Influences on Stress Response among Apostolic Pentecostals. Presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting. Louisville, KY, October 17-19.

2008 CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, JP Keenan. Self-Deceptive Self-Enhancement and Reproductive Fitness: Testing the Trivers Model. Presented at the 2nd Annual Meeting of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, Manchester, NH, May 2-4.

2008 CD Lynn. “The Wrong Holy Ghost”: The Importance of Emic When Divining Etic in Mapping the Physiology of Pentecostal Dissociation. Oral presentation at annual meeting of Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness, New Haven, CT, March 19-23.

2007 CD Lynn. Dissociation, Stress, and Well-Being: A Pilot Study of Psychological Allostasis in a University Student Sample. Poster presentation at 1st Annual Meeting of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society, New Paltz, NY, April 13-14.

2006 CD Lynn. Pentecostal Charismata and Health: Modeling the Neo-Governmentality and Psychoneuroimmunology of an Ethnomedical System. Oral presentation at the Northeast Anthropology Association annual conference, Albany, NY, May 5.



Conference Sessions Organized/Convened

2011 CD Lynn, J Snodgrass. The Neuroanthropology of Embodiment, Absorption, and Dissociation: Research in Ritual, Play, and Entertainment. Organized and convening session at 110th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Montreal, Quebec, Canada, November 15-20.

2011 CD Lynn. Embodiment, Dissociation, and Absorption at the Intersection of Psychological and Medical Anthropologies. Organized and convened panel at Society for Psychological Anthropology Biennial Conference. Santa Monica, CA, March 31-April 3.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

2015—present CD Lynn and M Howells (Co-PIs). Family and the Field.

2014—present CD Lynn (PI). Belongingness Ecology Study Tuscaloosa.

2014—present CD Lynn and W Evans (Co-PIs). Knowledge and Emotional Salience of Evolution via Informal Education. Funded by CARSCA.

2010—present CD Lynn (PI). Fireside Relaxation Study. Funded by start-up funds.

2010—2014 CD Lynn (PI). Inking of Immunity: Tattooing and Immunoglobulin A. Funded by start-up funding.

2010—present CD Lynn (PI). Costa Rica Religious Ecology Study. Funded by start-up funds, RGC, and CARSCA.

2010—present CD Lynn (PI). Religious Ecology Study Tuscaloosa. Funded by RGC.

2007—2014 CD Lynn, RN Pipitone, and JP Keenan (Co-PIs). Self-Deceptive Enhancement and Mating Success.

2007—2009 CD Lynn and LM Schell (Co-PIs). Glossolalia Influences on Stress Response among Apostolic Pentecostals. Funded by NSF, SSSR, SUNY Benevolent Assn., University at Albany GSO and Graduate Studies.

2005—2006 CD Lynn (PI). Dissociation, Stress, and Wellbeing.

Support

External

2015—2016 CD Lynn (PI). Human Behavior and Evolution Society (Proposal application pending). “Proposal to Host 1st Annual SouthEastern Evolutionary Perspectives Society (SEEPS).” $5,500 requested.

2015—2020 CD Lynn (PI). National Science Foundation (Proposal application pending). “CAREER: The Cultural Psychology of Religious-Commitment Signaling and Wellbeing: Training Students through Research and Teaching Initiatives in Limón and Tuscaloosa, Alabama.” $555,049 requested.

2012—2014 CD Lynn (PI). Loan Repayment Program, National Institutes of Health. “The Behavioral Ecology of Ritual Behavior and Dissociation: Biocultural Implications for Stress, Stroke, and Audiovisual Addiction and their Relationships to Health Disparities.” $70,000.

2010—2012 CD Lynn (PI). EvoS Consortium. “Continuation and Integration of Alabama Lectures on Life’s Evolution with a Minor in Evolutionary Studies at the University of Alabama.” $2,500.

2010—2012 CD Lynn (PI). Jack Shand Research Grant, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. “Pentecostal Charismata and Congregational Stability in Alabama: Implications of Costly Honest Religious Signaling.” $1,265.

2008—2010 CD Lynn (PI). Student Research Grant, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. $1,500.

2008—2009 CD Lynn and LM Schell (Co-PIs). Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, National Science Foundation. $17,250.



Internal

2014—2015 CD Lynn (PI). College Academy for Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity, University of Alabama. “Retention and Emotional Salience of Evolution Education via Comedy and Hip Hop.” $890.

2012—2013 CD Lynn (PI). College Academy for Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity, University of Alabama. “The Behavioral Ecology of Religion and Infectious Disease in Costa Rica: An Exploratory Study of the Parasite-driven Wedge.” $4,890.

2010—2012 CD Lynn (PI). Research Grants Committee Award, University of Alabama. “Stress and Mood Moderation through Hard-to-Fake Signs of Pentecostal Commitment.” $3,575.

2008 CD Lynn (PI). Graduate Student Organization Research Grant, University at Albany, NY. $400.

2008 CD Lynn (PI). Graduate Studies Dissertation Research Fellowship, University at Albany, NY. $1,000.

2008 CD Lynn (PI). Benevolent Association Graduate Research Grant, State University of New York. $500.

2007 CD Lynn (PI). GSO Travel Grant, University at Albany, NY. $370.

2002 CD Lynn (PI). Project Ascend/McNair Research Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center, NY. $1,400.

2001 CD Lynn (PI). Project Ascend/McNair Research Fellowship, CUNY Graduate Center, NY. $1,400.

2002 CD Lynn. Study/Travel Opportunities for CUNY Students Grant, CUNY, 2002. $400.

2002 CD Lynn. Leonard & Claire Tow Travel Stipend, Brooklyn College. $3,000.



CONTINUING EDUCATION

2015 Publisher-in-Residence Program, University of Alabama

2015 Faculty Fellowship in Service-Learning, Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility, University of Alabama

2011 National Science Foundation Short Courses in Research Methods, Text Analysis, Duke University Marine Laboratory

2011 Introduction to EEG/Neurofeedback Program, Stens Corporation, Atlanta, GA

2011 David Bauer Grantwriting Fellowship, University of Alabama

2009 Learner-Centered Initiative, University of Alabama

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (U = Undergraduate, G = Graduate, H = Honors)

The University of Alabama


Advanced Evolutionary Studies (U)

Anthropology of Sex (U/G)

Biology, Culture, and Evolution (U/G)

Evolutionary Attitudes (U)

Evolution for Everyone (U)

Introduction to Physical Anthropology (U)

Landmarks of Anthropological Literature (G)

Principles of Physical Anthropology (G)

Monkeys, Apes, and Other Primates (U)

Neuroanthropology (U/G)

Primate Religion and Human Consciousness (U/H)

Directed Investigations (G)

Master’s Thesis (G)

Readings in ALLELE (U)

Undergraduate Research: EvoS (U)


Other Universities


Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (U)

The City and Human Health (U)

Physiological Psychology (U)


OTHER TEACHING ACTIVITIES AND FUNDING

2013—2014 Mentor, Computer-Based Honors Program, Honors College

2010, 2012, 2013 Student Entertainment Grant, Office of the Provost

2010—2013 Mentor, Emerging Scholars, Honors College

2010—2014 Advisor, Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference

SERVICE

Departmental

2014—2015 Member, Linguist Position Search Committee

2014—present Assistant Coordinator, Assessment Committee

2014—present Chair, Technology Committee

2013—2014 Member, Biocultural Medical Position Search Committee

2013—present Editor, E-Newsletter

2012—present Developer/Manager, UA Anthropology Blog Network

2011—present Supervisor, UA-TMSE Partnership Anthropology courses

2011—2013 Member, Graduate Committee

2010—present Manager, Facebook Page

2010—2011 Member, Linguist Position Search Committee

2009—present Member Technology Committee.

2009—2014 Member, Core Curriculum Committee

2009—2014 Coordinator, Rowand-Johnson Laboratory

2009—2011 Member, Undergraduate Committee

College

2014—present Member, Undergraduate Creativity and Research Academy

2012—2013 Member, iPad Council

2011—2015 Member, Arts & Sciences Graduate Committee for Social Sciences Division

2011—2012 Psychology Position Search Committee

2009—2010 New College Position Search Committee



University

2011—present Member, Board of Governance Member, Mallet Assembly

2011—present Faculty Adviser, EvoS Club

2010—2011 Member, Technology Research Advisory Committee

2009—present Member, Evolution Working Group

2007—2009 Member, Executive Committee, EvoS Program, SUNY New Paltz



Discipline

2014 Panelist, Now What? How to Get Employment after Graduate School Workshop, American Anthropological Association 113th Annual Meeting

2014—2015 Member, Annual Meeting Programming Committee, Human Biology Association

2014—present Board Member, PsychTable.org Project

2013—2014 Assistant Webmaster, Publicity Committee, Human Biology Association

2012 Panelist, NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant Panel

2010—present Editorial Board Member, EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium

2008 Member, Programming Committee, 2nd annual meeting of the NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society

2007 Program Coordinator, Programming Committee 1st annual meeting of NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society

Other Service

Guest Lecturer University of Alabama—ANT 100, ANT 311, Mallet Assembly, AHE 591, Blount Undergraduate Initiative, BSC 483

Other institutions—Albany High School Anthropology course, Biomedical Anthropology

Webmaster Anthropology GSO, University at Albany

Ad Hoc Reviewer NSF (2014, 2012), Annals of Anthropological Practice (2014); American Education Research Association (2014); PNAS (2014); Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences (2013, 2014); Religion, Brain and Behavior (2013); EvoS Journal (2013); American Journal of Human Biology (2011); Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry (2010); Evolution: Education and Outreach (2010); American Journal of Physical Anthropology (2009).

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS


American Anthropological Association (AAA)

Evolutionary Anthropology Society (EAS)

Biological Anthropology Society (BAS)

Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES)

Human Biology Association (HBA)

Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness (SAC)

Society for Medical Anthropology (SMA)

Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR)



Society for Psychological Anthropology (SPA)

APPENDIX A

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON ADVISING AND MENTORING

Master’s Graduate Committees

Anthropology—Committee Chair/Co-Chair

Student Name Graduation Date

  1. April Boatwright Expected December 2016

  2. Sherrie Alexander (UAB) Expected May 2015

“Ethnoprimatology of the Barbary Macaque and Perception of Conservation in Northern Morocco”

  1. Johnna Dominguez Expected December 2014

“Nice Ink, Man: Cultural Factors that affect Psychological and Biological Stress among Southern Women with Tattoos”

  1. Denise Gonzalez (non-thesis) May 2013

  2. Courtney Andrews (UAB) May 2012

“Health and Salvation: The Social Construction of Illness in the Charismatic Christian Church”

Anthropology—Committee Member

  1. Cassie Medeiros Expected May 2016

  2. Nikki Henderson Expected May 2016

  3. Elise Duffield (non-thesis) May 2014

  4. Rebecca Leon (non-thesis) December 2013

  5. Max Stein May 2012

“Examining Rural and Urban Cultural Models of Nervios in Honduras through a Biocultural Lens”

  1. Catherine Buzney May 2011

“Biological, Social, and Cultural Factors Driving Timing of Female Reproductive Maturation”

Other Disciplines—Committee Member

  1. Stephanie Robinson (Biology) May 2014

“An Exploration of Phenotypic Plasticity and Integration through Physiological Regulatory Networks using Kryptolebias marmoratus as a Model”

Doctoral Dissertation Committees

Anthropology—Committee Chair/Co-Chair

  1. Greg Batchelder Expected May 2017

“Estibrawpa: Ecotourism in the Bribrí Village of Yorkin—Celebrating Tradition and Improving Health”

Anthropology—Committee Member

  1. Gene Cowherd (University of South Florida) Expected May 2016

“Exploring the Use of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) as a Relapse Prevention Strategy among Alcoholics in Recovery

  1. Max Stein Expected May 2016

“De la Sierra a la Costa: Biocultural Investigation of Andean Health and Culture Change in Northern Peru”

  1. J. Henri Francois Dengah II May2013

“Finding Success and Health through God—A Study of Cultural Models and Health among Brazilian Pentecostals”
Undergraduate Advisees

Anthropology Advising

Student Name Graduation Date/Dates

  1. Jessica Hauger

  2. Daryl Spangler

  3. Michael Lawrence

  4. Auren Mitchell

  5. Carson Patterson Expected May 2015

  6. Paula Adams Expected May 2015

  7. Malia Bunt Expected May 2015

  8. R. Taylor Burbach Expected May 2015

  9. Robert Metts May 2014

  10. Marianna Barclay May 2014

  11. Nathaniel Graham May 2014

  12. Malone Walker May 2013

  13. Katherine Wainright May 2013

  14. Louise Murdock May 2013

  15. W. Hansen Roberts May 2012

  16. Brittany Starliper May 2011

  17. Carlyn James May 2010

  18. Katlin Snow May 2010

Evolutionary Studies Advising

  1. Caitlyn Walker

  2. Alex Jones

  3. Myra Barrett

  4. Trever Chidester

  5. Daryl Spangler

  6. Kelsey Jones Expected May 2015

  7. R. Taylor Burbach Expected May 2015

  8. Erica Schumann Expected May 2015

  9. Malia Bunt Expected May 2015

  10. Robert Metts May 2014

  11. Joanna Robinson May 2014

  12. Jessica King May 2014

  13. Lauren Collier May 2012

  14. Emily Freeman May 2012

  15. Elizabeth Wilson December 2011

Undergraduate Supervision

Emerging Scholars

  1. Emily Zhou

  2. Erica Schumann Expected May 2015

  3. Meghan Steel May 2014

  4. Glennise Marshall May 2014

Computer-Based Honors Program

  1. Lauren Pratt Fall 2013, Spring 2014

  2. Madison Marx Fall 2014

Human Behavioral Ecology Research Group

  1. Isabella Rivera

  2. Lauren Nolan

  3. Melinda Carr Expected May 2016

  4. Ashley Daugherty Expected May 2016

  5. Erica Schumann Expected May 2015

  6. Mackenzie Keith December 2014

  7. Laura Moore

  8. Evan Alvarez May 2014

  9. Gene Randle

  10. Nathaniel Graham May 2014

  11. Sophia Fazal May 2014

  12. Jonathan Belanich May 2014

  13. Meghan Steel May 2014

  14. Marina Roberts May 2014

  15. Steven Killen May 2013

  16. Katherine Overton May 2013

  17. Andrew Bishop May 2012

  18. Dallas Manning May 2012

  19. Kimberly Roy May 2012

  20. Mark Lent May 2012

  21. Micki Butler May 2011

  22. Elizabeth Wilson December 2011

  23. Lindsey Tulkoff May 2011

  24. Johnna Dominguez May 2011

  25. Brittany Starliper May 2011

  26. Michael Celozzi May 2010

  27. Christy McGee May 2010

  28. Allyson Varley May 2010

  29. Carlyn James May 2010

Local Government Internship

  1. L. Casey Voyles Fall 2014

UA-TMSE Partnership

  1. Juliann Friel Spring 2015

  2. Sally Skelton Fall 2014

  3. Rachel Miller Fall 2014

  4. Meghan Steel Fall 2014, Spring 2015

  5. Erica Schumann Fall 2014

  6. R. Taylor Burbach Fall 2014, Spring 2015

  7. Kimberly Dobrava Fall 2013

  8. Laura Moore Fall 2012


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