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Foote, H. L., & Schulenberg, S. E. (2004, September). A psychometric review of the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Mississippi Psychological Association, Philadelphia, MS.

Sharp, W., Schulenberg, S. E., Wilson, K. G., & Murrell, A. (2004, March). Logotherapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): An initial comparison of values-centered approaches. Poster presented at the 50th annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.


Surdock, A., Schulenberg, S. E., & Deal, W. P. (2004, March). Logotherapy’s movie exercises: Social-skill building in mental retardation. Poster presented at the 50th annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA.
Benedict, J. L., Benjamin, W. S., Cathcart, N. L., Herzog, J. T., Payne, J. R., Kolivas, E. D., & Schulenberg, S. E. (2004, February). The Seeking of Noetic Goals test: A psychometric review and directions for future research. Poster presented at the meeting of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences, Biloxi, MS.
Hunt, H. R., & Schulenberg, S. E. (2004, February). Meaning-based psychological treatment of families with child cancer patients. Paper presented at the meeting of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences, Biloxi, MS.
Malone, E. M., & Schulenberg, S. E. (2004, February). Logotherapy and Bowen Family Systems Theory. Paper presented at the meeting of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences, Biloxi, MS.
Stockton, M., & Schulenberg, S. E. (2003, September). A psychometric overview of the Purpose in Life test (PIL): Current status and future directions. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Mississippi Psychological Association, Biloxi, MS4.
Schulenberg, S. E., & Yutrzenka, B. A. (2003, March). The Computer Aversion, Attitudes, and Familiarity Index: A preliminary report. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
Schulenberg, S. E. (2002, April). Expanding the topography: Variations on Frankl’s Mountain Range Exercise. Paper presented at the 2002 Conference of the South Carolina Psychological Association, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Schulenberg, S. E., & Yutrzenka, B. A. (2002, April). Ethical issues in the use of computerized assessment. Paper presented at the 2002 Conference of the South Carolina Psychological Association, Myrtle Beach, SC.
Schulenberg, S. E. (2001, July). An introduction to Viktor Frankl’s logotherapy. Grand Rounds presentation, William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute, Columbia, SC.

Miller, J., Skillman, G., Boero, J., Chadha-Wingert, N., Elliott, T., Galinsky, A., & Schulenberg, S. (2000, May). Personality correlates of attributes selected for role-playing game characters. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the South Dakota Psychological Association, Sioux Falls, SD.


Schulenberg, S. E., & McCaslin, S. E. (1999, April). Expectations about counseling: A preliminary investigation using Tinsely’s EAC-B with a Midwestern university population. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Schulenberg, S. E. (1999, April). Epidemiology of physical and sexual abuse in young persons diagnosed with conduct disorder. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the University of South Dakota Affiliated Program, Sioux Falls, SD.
Schulenberg, S. E. (1999, April). The assessment of depression in individuals with mental retardation. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the University of South Dakota Affiliated Program, Sioux Falls, SD.

MEDIA COVERAGE
http://logotalkshownotes.blogspot.com/2014/10/70-meaning-and-disaster-mental-health.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkGsgn8YRE0
http://changeagents.olemiss.edu/investigating-the-deepwater-horizon-oil-spill/
http://viewfromventress.org/psychology/tornado-season-busy-for-clinical-disaster-research-center-at-um/
http://oxfordeagle.com/2012/12/um-home-to-new-disaster-research-center/
http://www.wtva.com/news/local/story/Walking-to-benefit-the-American-Foundation-for/ytuWNJlkgUyY5jLPcZRKvA.cspx
Weir, K. (2012). The oil spill’s reverberations. GradPsych, 10(2), 20-22. http://www.apa.org/gradpsych/2012/03/oil-spill.aspx
View from Ventress: Oil spill mental health study. Behavioral health grant program gives UM grad students hands-on experience. Video produced by The University of Mississippi.

http://viewfromventress.org/psychology/psychology-team-conducts-research-on-bp-oil-spill-aftermath/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uk4IJZDkua8

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS
Summer 2014 Primary Investigator: College of Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant ($7500) for “Enhancing Disaster Preparedness at the University of Mississippi”

This project was designed to develop an empirically-supported program of research and education to enhance college student, faculty, and staff disaster preparedness.


November 2010- Primary Investigator: Mississippi Department of Mental Health Research

June 2012 Contract ($285,876) for “Efficacy of Mental Health Interventions in Response to the Effects of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill”

Research contract with the Mississippi Department of Mental Health to study the efficacy of interventions offered by mental health programs to residents of Mississippi affected by the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.
January 2007- Primary Investigator: University of Mississippi, Office of Research and

January 2008 Sponsored Programs Faculty Research Program ($8000) for “Hurricane Katrina and Mental Health Recovery”

This project involved the examination of risk factors in the development of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in a sample of Mississippi Gulf Coast residents affected by Hurricane Katrina.
October 2005- Consultant: National Science Foundation REC-0555136

October 2006 Awarded November 10, 2005 ($96,212)

Served as a consultant on this research grant issued in response to efforts to better understand how social networks play a role in recovery with Mississippi Gulf Coast residents affected by Hurricane Katrina. Primary responsibilities included questionnaire development and training of interviewers for working with people recovering from a natural disaster.
Summer 2006 Primary Investigator: College of Liberal Arts Summer Research Grant ($6000) for “The Computer Aversion, Attitudes, and Familiarity Index (CAAFI): A Study of Construct Validity”

This project involved further establishing the construct validity of the CAAFI through a psychometric comparison of related measures, as well as confirmatory factor analyses.



THESIS AND DISSERTATION COMMITTEES
GRADUATE DISSERTATION COMMITTEE CHAIR
Baczwaski, B. J. (in progress). Meaning, self-efficacy, and psychological distress: A study of Mississippi coastal residents affected by the Gulf Oil Spill.
Campbell, S. W. (in progress). Meaning, social support, and posttraumatic stress: Understanding

the mental health effects of the Gulf Oil Spill.


Melton, A. M. A. (Summer, 2009). Influence of COMT gene variant on working memory in

survivors of childhood brain tumors.


Dunaway, M. (Fall, 2008). Examining the factor structure of ADHD in a university sample.
Strack, K. M. (Spring, 2008). Empowerment and meaningfulness within the context of coercive treatment of individuals with serious mental illness.

GRADUATE DISSERTATION COMMITTEE MEMBER
Drescher, C. F. (in progress). Positive youth development in Tanzanian youth: Utility of the developmental assets approach.
Walters, B. A. (Summer, 2014). Migraine screening among a non-clinical population.
McIntire, L. (Summer, 2013). Effects of narrative writing duration and post-writing processing instructions on PTSD.
Hirschel, M. J. (Summer, 2011). The relationship between discrimination, acculturation, and general psychological functioning in international students.
Riordan, P. (Summer, 2010). Evaluation of a computerized administration of the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test.
Young, J. C. (Spring, 2010). Detection of response bias and noncredible performance in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Harrison, C. (Spring, 2008). Assessing malingered responding: Concurrent validation of a forced-choice test using ink blot stimuli for the identification of malingered responses.
Winslett, P. W. (Fall, 2005). Positive and negative emotional writing in adolescence: Gender

differences, benefits, and effects on self-disclosure and intimacy.


Reeves, C. B. (Summer, 2005). Sluggish cognitive tempo in survivors of acute lymphoblastic

leukemia: Cognitive processes and behavioral correlates.

Malone, E. M. (Summer, 2005). Psychometric evaluation of Differentiation of Self Scale in

emerging adulthood.


Hurley, K. (Spring, 2005). Atkins v. Virginia: The validity of presumed deficits.
Wood, J. A. V. (Spring, 2005). Use of low-cost videoconferencing to facilitate interdisciplinary

practice.




GRADUATE THESIS COMMITTEE CHAIR
Florez, I. A. (Summer, 2014). Meaning in life and automatic stereotyping: A study of college students.
Ladner-Graham, J. M. (Summer, 2014). Work stress, meaning, and values: A study of intellectual disability support staff.
Aiena, B. J. (Summer, 2014). Perceived meaning, resilience, and traumatic stress following the Gulf Oil Spill: A study of Mississippi coastal residents seeking mental health services.
Campbell, S. W. (Summer, 2012). The Life Purpose Questionnaire: A factor-analytic

investigation.


Hill, K. (Spring, 2012). A factor-analytic study of the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory, Second Edition (LASSI-2) in a sample of university students.
Schnetzer, L. W. (Spring, 2011). Meaning in life, depression, and alcohol use in a college

sample.
Foote, H. L. (Summer, 2009). Perceived coercion and symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder in individuals with serious mental illness.


Hirschel, M. J. (Spring, 2008). Hurricane Katrina’s impact on the Mississippi Gulf Coast: General self-efficacy and its relationship to PTSD prevalence and severity.
Melton, A. (Spring, 2006). On the relationship between meaning and boredom proneness: A

factor analytic study of the Boredom Proneness Scale.



GRADUATE THESIS COMMITTEE MEMBER
Parrett, J. W. (Spring, 2014). Pharmacists’ preparedness for acute medical emergencies.
Vail, K. (Spring, 2012). Impacts of race/ethnicity and self-esteem on body dissatisfaction in women.
Walters, A. B. (Fall, 2011). Examining the sleep hygiene behaviors of migraineurs in a university setting.
McDermott, M. J. (Summer, 2011). Comorbid anxiety and depression as predictors of adolescent substance use in a rural and ethnically diverse community sample.
Bastien, G. (Summer, 2011). Searching for success: The role of biculturalism, cultural distance, social support, and help-seeking in academic adjustment of international students.
Moyer, K. H. (Spring, 2010). Clinical significance and ecological impact of attention deficits in pediatric cancer survivors.
Anderson, C. (Fall, 2009). An examination of condom use and meaning in life in college students.
Strack, K. M. (Summer, 2006). Coercion and empowerment in the treatment of individuals with

serious mental illness.



UNDERGRADUATE HONOR’S THESIS RESEARCH MENTOR
Allen, S. (Spring, 2013). Self-efficacy and perceived meaning in life as predictors of life

satisfaction in adolescents: A clinical study following the Gulf Oil Spill. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.


Lambdin, K. K. (Fall, 2012). The relationship between perceived meaning, depression, and suicidality in a sample of college students. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.
Pollard, M. W. (Spring, 2012). Perceived meaning in life, suicidality, and alcohol use. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.
Cathcart, N. (Spring, 2004). The psychometric investigation of measures of meaning, gratitude,

and psychological health. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.



UNDERGRADUATE HONOR’S THESIS COMMITTEE MEMBER
Westfall, K. (Spring, 2014). Promotion of environmental engagement through positive youth development in Tanzania. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.
Lowe, R. A. (Spring, 2014). Roles and regulations for pharmacists in state-level disaster relief efforts. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.
Ward, S. (Spring, 2014). #LivetweetMyLecture: A look at note-taking consolidation, retention, and test performance in students using twitter vs. traditional typed notes. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.
Williams, M. E. (Spring, 2013). Pediatric-patient relationship preferences predicting consultation

satisfaction. McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, The University of Mississippi.



EDITORIAL BOARD -- PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS
November 2014- Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy

present
January 2014- Annual Review of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis: Proceedings of the present Viktor Frankl Institute Vienna


January 2013- International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy

present
August 2012- Social Indicators Research

present
July 2011- Professional Psychology: Research and Practice

present
January 2005- The International Forum for Logotherapy

present
October 2002- Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy

present
February 2002- Journal of Clinical Psychology

present
July 2002- Computers in Human Behavior

August 2012



AD HOC MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER
June 2013- American Journal of Orthopsychiatry

present
January 2013- Journal of Personality Assessment

present
August 2012- Assessment

present
August 2012- Computers in Human Behavior

present

GUEST EDITOR
Spring 2015 Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy special issue on existential psychotherapy
COLUMNS EDITOR
January 2005- The International Forum for Logotherapy

January 2014 Editor of the “Recent Publications of Interest to Logotherapists,” “A Measure of Interest to Logotherapy Researchers,” and “Movies of Interest to Logotherapists” columns.



BOOK REVIEWER
November 2003- Involved as a book reviewer for various publishing companies for undergraduate

present student texts in the following areas: tests and measurements (3), abnormal psychology (2), and psychology and law (1).



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