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08/23/2010

Saybrook University at the APA

Members of the Saybrook community took to the American Psychological Association’s annual convention this year, presenting papers on topics ranging from the acculturation of Muslim Americans to the creative process in visual arts. 

Held August 12 – 15 in San Diego, many presentations were also attended and tweeted by members of the Saybrook Alumni Association.

A list of Saybrook students, alumni, and faculty who presented at the APA, along with their topics, is below: 

Anisah Bagasra, M.A. Saybrook Doctoral Student
Paper Title: Development and Testing of an Acculturation Scale for Muslim Americans
Session Title: Current Research on Muslims in North America---Beyond the Introduction

Art Bohart, PhD - Saybrook Faculty
Science and Politics of the APS Accreditation Initiative---A Cross-Divisional Response
Art Bohart, PhD - Saybrook Faculty
Studying Clinical Wisdom---Research on Therapists' and Clients' Wisdom-Related Processes

Jason Butler, M.A. - Saybrook Alumnus
Presenter: Depth Psychology Undiluted: Jung, Hillman, and the Graduate Student's Response
Jason Butler, M.A. - Saybrook Alumnus
Title: Jung and the evolution of yoga in America.

Susan Gordon, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Existential Psychology in China - Presenter
Susan Gordon, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Neurophenomenology: The Embodied Mind – Chair
Susan Gordon, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Humanistic Psychology Awards

Susan Gordon, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Shunning, Mood, and Developmental Change in Muslim-American Women presentation of honor's research

Susan Gordon, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Neurophenomenology: The Mind and the Brain - Chair, Conversation Hour

Joan H. Hageman, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Discussant
Division 30 Symposium: Neurobiology and Neurophenomenology of Spiritual Experiences

Joan H. Hageman, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Presenter: Role of Spiritual Practice in the Incidence of Anomalous or Paranormal Experiences
Joan H. Hageman, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Discussant
Division 32 Symposium: Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy and the Humanistic Tradition

Stanley Krippner, PhD Saybrook Executive Faculty
Chair
Division 32 Symposium: Mysterious Minds--Research strategies for Investigating Remarkable People

Stanley Krippner, PhD, Saybrook Faculty
Donald Moss, Chair
Symposium: Advances in Graduate Education in Clinical Hypnosis
 Division 30: The Society of Psychological Hypnosis

Dana Klisanin, PhD - Saybrook Alumna
Presenter
Digital Altruism: Exploring the Rise of the Cyberhero
In Symposium 2096: Research in Media and Internet Psychology

J. Kris Leppien-Christensen, Ph.D. - Alumnus
PT@CC/Psi Beta Session – Innovations in Teaching at the Community College

Rivka Bertisch Meir, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Conversation hour: Promoting student excellence in psychology
Rivka Bertisch Meir, PhD Saybrook Alumna
Conversation Hour: Therapeutic interview guide for changing beliefs and behavior
Rivka Meir & Stanley Krippner
Ethics Vignette on Aging and Euthanasia

Ruth Richards, PhD - Saybrook Faculty
Stan Krippner, PhD - Saybrook Faculty
Tobi Zausner, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

Symposium: CHAOS THEORY: CREATIVITY, WAKING AND DREAMING LIFE, PSYCHOPATHOLOGY, AND ART
Co-Chairs: Tobi Zausner & Frederick David Abraham
Presenter, Ruth Richards:In Abnormal as Exceptional: Creative Insight at the Edge of ChaosDreaming as a Creative Life Force
Presenter, Tobi Zausner: Artists and Substance Abuse: Misguided Searches for a Creative Chaos

Kirwan Rockefeller, PhD - Saybrook Alumnus
Whole Person Healthcare: Tool Kits
Sponsored by Div. 32; co-sponsored by Div. 42, Div. 10
Approved for Continuing Education Units
Chairs: Ilene Serlin and James Bray
Participants: Kirwan Rockefeller: Using Guided Imagery
Richard Harvey: Biofeedback Stress Profile
Jeffrey E. Evans: Incorporating Creativity into Clinical Practice

Kirk Schneider, PhD Saybrook Alumnus and Faculty
Chairing and Presenting
Orah Krug, PhD - Saybrook Alumna and Faculty
Presenting
Is There an Existential-Humanistic Foundation to Effective Psychotherapy
with David Elkins and Bob Bohanske, Presenters

Eric Willmarth, PhD Saybrook Faculty
Keynote Presentation. Presidential Address, Division 30.
Hypnotic Enhancement of the Central Healing Response: The Power of Mere Imagination.
Eric Willmarth, PhD Saybrook Faculty
Panel Chair
Hypnotic Control of Pain.
Eric Willmarth, PhD Saybrook Faculty
Chair
Michael Yapko
8/13/10 @2:00 PM - 2:50 PM
Convention Center Ballroom 6D.
Eric Willmarth, PhD Saybrook Faculty
Chair
Tribute to Herbert Spiegel.

Tobi Zausner, PhD - Saybrook Faculty
Poster Session CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS: THE CREATIVE PROCESS IN VISUAL ART

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