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Student Publications and Presentations

Congratulations to the following students, whose recent scholarship was accepted for conference presentations and/or publication:

Publications

Freeman, E. (in press). What makes a life grievable?: Deconstructing the developmental tasks of aging and dying through narrative. Feminism and Psychology, Special Issue(Different Adulthoods).

Freeman, E. (2015). Humanistic approaches to psychopathology. In R. Bargdill & R. Broome (Eds.), Humanistic Contributions for Psychology 101: Growth, Choice, and Responsibility: University Professors Press.

Guilbeau, C. (2018). End-of-life care in the western world: Where are we now and how did we get here? BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care. doi: 10.1136/bmjspcare-2017-001424

Gruner, D. (2015). Subjects and alienations of affective labor, or theoretical grounding for study of psychotherapist as affective laborer. Metaxu, 1(2), http://metaxujournal.com/.

Heller, C. (2018). Blue beyond reach. Hypocrite Reader, Sept 2018(90 Chronic).

Landrum, B., Guilbeau, C. Garza, G. (2017). Why teach? A project-ive life-world approach to understanding what teaching means for teachers. Qualitative Research in Education, 6(3). doi: 10.17583/qre.2017.2947

Lawson, M. (2016). The healing nature of communion: Scottish psychoanalysis, R. D. Laing, and therapeutic communities. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 36(1), 20-28.

Lawson, M. (2015). Gender implications of the touch taboo in psychotherapy: A feminist rhetorical analysis. Women and Language, 38(2), 55-80.

Lawson, M. (in press). Open Dialogue: An applied Laingian practice. Existential Analysis.

Lawson, M. (2018). Experiences of At-Homeness in therapeutic communities: A theoretical exploration. The Humanistic Psychologist, Online. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/hum0000101

Luiggi-Hernandez, J. (2018). Associations between perceived homophobia, community connectedness, and having a primary care provider among gay and bisexual men. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, Springer Nature 2018(August 2018). doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13178-018-0347-8

Mohler, S. (2018). Am I a psychopath? Transforming Contagion: Risky Contacts among Bodies, Disciplines, and Nations. Rutgers University Press: New Jersey.


Presentations

Abrams, H., Verbos, J. (2017). Being with the other: Shame, culture and ethics in the therapeutic relational field a workshop presented at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, OH.

Anderson, J. (2019). Badiou and Lacan: The body and the absolute in logics of worlds. Paper presented at the LACKiii Conference, Clark University, MA.

Baumann, S., Mohler, S. (2017). Filmmaking in educational and public health interventions and research: A transmasculine experience of menstruation and homeless narratives of menstruation. Kennesaw State University, Atlanta, GA. Paper and film presented at Menstrual Health: Research, Representation and Re-Education Conference

Bekkeli, K. (2015). Talking together: Phenomenological and conversation analytic contributions to the study of conversation. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Graduate Student Association of Psychology Annual Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Bradley, J. (2016). Exploring nature-based client-centered play therapy. Paper presented at the Duquesne/University of West Georgia Human Science Symposium, University of West Georgia.

Bradley, J. (2019). Figures with no ground: An exploration of the (dis) orienting perceptual experiences in Autism through the lens of Merleau Ponty. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Conference of the Merleau Ponty Circle, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN.

Brar, P. (2019). Furthering the dialogue between CBT for psychosis and phenomenology: Command hallucinations, beliefs, and interpersonal trust. Paper presented at the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis, Philadelphia, PA.

Chai, K. (2016). Save the humans: Rehabilitating reductionist, anthropocentric views of petkeeping with ecopsychology. Paper presented at the Twelfth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Chai, K. (2016). What is this?: Not-knowing in the case conceptualization process. Paper presented at the Graduate Student Association of Psychology Annual Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Chai, K. Y. Y. (2015). Narrative Analysis on the experiences of cosmetic psychopharmocological drug use. Paper presented at the 11th International Congress of Qualitative inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Chai, K. Y. Y. (2018). That sounds just like me!: A collaborative, interdisciplinary assessment with a client suffering from sensory defensiveness. Paper presented at the Annual International Meeting of the Society for Personality Assessment, Washington, DC.

Chai, K. Y. Y. (2017). Enlivening interpretations: Speaking evocatively with the obsessive-compulsive patient. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other Conference, Boston, MA.

Chilcote, A. M. (2019). Innovation in nonverbal Neuropsychology: Aphasia and creative arts therapies. Paper presented at the Society for the Neuroscience of creativity Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Chilcote, A. M. (2019). Innovations in nonverbal clinical psychology: Aphasia and creative arts therapies. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC.

Freeman, E. (2016). Derrida and Levinas on eating (Well). Paper presented at the Duquesne/University of West Georgia Human Science Symposium, University of West Georgia.

Freeman, E. (2015). Is need a lack?: The role of eating in the ethical adventure according to Levinas and women who self-starve. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA.

Freeman, E. (2015). Levinas and Derrida on eating well and loving others. Paper presented at the Psychology for the Other Seminar 2015, Seattle University, Seattle, WA.

Freeman, E. (2014). Need is not a lack: Levinas on the role of eating in the ethical adventure. Paper presented at the Psychology for the Other Seminar, Seattle University, Seattle, WA.

Freeman, E. (2019). Lacan, Irigaray, and Sexual Difference: Implications for a Lacanian Account of the Psychoanalytic Case Study Genre. Paper presented at the LACKiii, Clark University, MA.

Gimeno, R. (2016). Reflections on heartbreak: Archetypal imagery, and Gustave Moreau's painting 'A dead poet carried by a centaur. Paper presented at the 33rd International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, Université de Reims, France.

Gimeno, R. (2014). Ecofeminism and humanistic psychology. Paper presented at the APA Annual Convention, Washington, DC.

Gimeno, R. (2019). Crossing the River Styx: Underworld descent and women's individuation processes. Paper presented at the 36th International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, Vienna, Austria.

Gruner, D. (2016). Alienation in the affective labor economy and implications for the (im)possibility of radical psychotherapy. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other Conference, Lesley University, Cambridge.

Gruner, D. (2015). Alienationin the affective labor economy and implications for the (Im)possibility of radical psychotherapy. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Graduate Student Association of Psychology Annual Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Gruner, D. (2014). A time and place for emotion in children's education. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Gruner, D., Verbos, J. (2017). Therapist self-disclosure in the service of creating safety, support, and defusing shame in interpersonal group therapy. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Society of Humanistic Psychology Division 32 of the American Psychological Association, Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Guilbeau, C. (2019). 'Higher Powers' in end-of-life care: Contextualizing current movements in care for the dying. Paper presented at the 2018 Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture Annual Fall Conference, Notre Dame, Indiana.

Guilbeau, C. (2018). Hospice, Levinas, and the ethical challenge. Paper presented at the Exchange of Ideas Symposium, University of Dallas, Dalls, TX.

Guilbeau, C. (2018). Hope in communion with others: A narrative for the terminally ill. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association, Orlando, FL.

Guthrie, L. (2016). Chiasm and communion: Jungian Phenomenology. Paper presented at the Jungian Society for Scholarly Studies 2016 Conference Earth/Psyche: Foregrounding Earth's Relations to Psyche, Santa Fe: New Mexico.

Guzman, E. (2019). Thinking about beauty vs function using fMRI. Paper presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2019 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Heller, C. (2019). What the lived experience of Alzheimer's can teach us about justice: Memory, dwelling, and alterity. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other, Seattle University, WA

Heller, C. (2017). Working with clients who want to use physician-assisted dying. Paper presented at the Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hovhannisyan, G. (2019). Postmodernism: Philosophy or psychological attitude? Paper presented at the Society for theoretical and philosophical psychology, Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN.

Hovhannisyan, G. (2019). Toward a phenomenology of mythopoietic experience. Paper presented at the Society of Phenomenology and the Human Science, State College, PA.

Jenkins, J. (2015). Body hair, gender, and disciplined bodies: Markers of femininity, a thematic discourse analytic. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other Conference, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA.

Jenkins, J. (2015). Body hair, gender, and disciplined bodies: Markers of femininity, a thematic discourse analysis. Paper presented at the 10th Annual Graduate Student Association of Psychology Annual Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Jenkins, J. (2018). Exiting white supremacy: Understanding activist interventions as cultural therapeutic. Paper presented at the Duquesne University Graduate Student Research Symposium, Pittsburgh, PA.

Jenkins, J. (2017). Sexuation and intersexuality: The western closet in a world of sexual diversity. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA.

Jenkins, J. (2017). Dancing between worlds: Engaging LGBTQ and prisoner support activism as clinical psychology doctoral students. Paper presented at the Duquesne University Psychology Colloquium, Pittsburgh, PA.

Koelsch, L., & Floyd, R. (2019). Gender Equity in Academic Leadership: A Report on a Campus Climate Survey. Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, U of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Lamanna, L. (2019). Fool Me Twice: Gaze Then Gimmick in the Photography of Thomas Demand. Paper presented at the LACKiii, Clark University, MA.

Lawson, M. (2019). Farm based therapeutic communities as a frontier for humanistic psychology. Paper presented at the Society for Humanistic Psychology Annual, Oregon State University, OR.

Lawson, M. (2019). Navigating intimate relationships in therapeutic communities. Paper presented at the Society for Psychological Anthropology, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM.

Lawson, M. (2016). Experiences of 'at homeness' in therapeutic communities. Paper presented at the Interdisciplinary Coalition of North American Phenomenologist (ICNAP), ASU College of Letters and Sciences, Phoenix, Arizona.

Lawson, M. (2016). The healing nature of communion: Scottish psychoanalysis, R. D. Laing, and therapeutic communities. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA.

Lawson, M. (2016). Open Dialogue: An applied Laingian practice. Paper presented at the Duquesne/University of West Georgia Human Science Symposium, University of West Georgia.

Lawson, M. (2014). Open dialogue as the embodiment of human science based practice. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, Division 32, Palo Alto, CA.

Leadem, S. (2019). Echo as political figure. Paper presented at the LACKiii, Clark University, MA.

Luiggi-Hernandez, J. (2019). Colonized Desire: Unobtainable Whiteness or Decolonial Jouissance. Paper presented at the LACKiii, Clark University, MA.

Mohler, S. (2018). Menstrual blood and the materiality of the body. Paper presented at the University of Dallas, Dallas, TX.

Strosberg, B. (2019). Death Drive and Dialectic of Enlightenment. Paper presented at the LACKiii, Clark University, MA.