Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 11/Jun/2019
9:00am
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5:00pm
Board1: ICP Outgoing Board Meeting
Location: Seminario 1
Chair: Natalie Porter, Alliant University, Emerita, United States of America

Outgoing Board Meeting for ICP, Inc.
Members are welcome to attend with prior notification to the secretariat (icpincinfo@gmail.com)

7:30pm
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8:25pm
Opening: Opening Ceremony ICP2019 and Awards Ceremony
Location: Aula Magna
Chair: Natalie Porter, Alliant University, Emerita, United States of America
Chair: Ana Guil Bozal, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
8:30pm
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10:00pm
Welcome: Welcome Reception
Location: Courtyard

Join ICP Conference organizers and participants for cocktails and snacks. Following the Opening Ceremony

Date: Wednesday, 12/Jun/2019
9:00am
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9:55am
PL-1: Plenary 1: Dr. Blanca Rodriguez
Location: Aula Magna
Chair: Natalie Porter, Alliant University, Emerita, United States of America
10:00am
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10:55am
PP-1: Paper Panel: Sexual Violence: Causes and Consequences
Location: Aula 13
 

Neighborhood Disadvantage: Exploring Community-level Risk Factors for Sexual Violence

Robyn Ann Borgman

Georgia State University, United States of America


Sexual Violence in Conflict in National Counterterrorism Strategy

Rebecca Wilson, Sarah Cook

Georgia State University, United States of America


Sexual Harassment Among Women Travelling in Public Transport in Pakistan

Amina Muazzam Butt1, Qura Tul Ain2

1: Lahore College for women University, Pakistan; 2: University of Lahore


Global Responses to Sexual Assault and Harassment

Ada Sinacore

McGill University, Canada

W-1: Workshop: Global Mental Health
Location: Aula 15
 

Introduction to the Emotional Assessment System, a DSM-5 Self-report Questionnaire

James Peter Choca, Sara Perez-Martinez

Roosevelt University, United States of America

11:00am
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11:25am
Morning Coffee Break and Poster Session
Location: Courtyard
Pos1: Poster Session
Location: Hallway

Posters will be hanging in the hallway the entire day. Authors will stand by their poster during the morning and afternoon break.

 

Analysis Of LGBTI Human Rights In Low-Income Countries

Abir Aldhalimi

American Association for the Advancement of Science, United States of America


Refugee Youth Consult on a Research Project about Tree-of-Life Therapy

Deborah A Stiles

Webster University, United States of America


Perceived Gender-Based Violence And Assessment Of Legislative Measures

Andrés Sánchez-Prada2, Carmen Delgado-Álvarez2, Esperanza Bosch-Fiol1, Virginia Ferreiro-Basurto1, Victoria A. Ferrer-Perez1

1: University of Balearic Islands, España; 2: Pontifical University of Salamanca, España


Foreigners’ Prototype of Individuals who Sell Sex in Thailand

Madeline Rae Stenersen, Elin Ovrebo, Kimberly Adams, Lauren Hayes

The University of Memphis, United States of America


Acculturation Challenges and Healing Mental Health of Bhutanese Refugees

Gabriela Francisca Heermans

University of Vermont


Relationship Between Perceived Emotional Intelligence And Perceived Psychological Well-Being

Silvia Gonzalez, Rocio Guil, Antonio Zayas, Paloma Gil-Olarte

Universidad de Cadiz, Spain


A Longitudinal Study of the Moderating Effects of Daily Products Intake on Sense of Coherence among Japanese Middle School Students

Yoshiko Kato1, Kazumi Nagano2, Chenghong Hu1, Adrien Rigó3, Róbert Urbán3

1: Kobe Univertsity, Japan; 2: Kobe University Secondary School, Japan; 3: Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary


Examination of the Factor Structure of Self-Regulation Scale for Healthy Lifestyle in University Students

Yiran Wang, Yoshiko Kato

Kobe University, Japan


Prognostic Competence And Coping Strategies Of Arabic-speaking And Indian Students With Regard To Their Cultural Affiliation

Vera Aleksandrovna Fedotova

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation


Gender-based Violence and University Development Cooperation

María José del Pino, Marina San Teodoro, Inmaculada Toro, Blanca Visone

Universidad Pablo de Olavide, España

11:30am
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12:25pm
PP-2: Paper Panel: Stress and Burnout in Professional Contexts
Location: Aula 13
 

Perceived Stress And Affective Orientations Of Medical Students.

Harleen Kaur, Purnima Awasthi

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi,India


Cognitive Schemas among Mental Health Professionals and Other Health Professionals

Pragya Sharma1, Saloni Dang2, Lokesh S Shekhawat1

1: Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, India; 2: All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India


Burnout Among Radiologists: Modifying Technology To Increase Workplace Engagement

Andrew F. Simon1, Erin Schwartz2

1: Seton Hall University, United States of America; 2: Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia


Undergraduates' Part-time Employment and the Relationship with Psychological Outcomes

Dan Xing

University of the West of Scotland, United Kingdom; Anshan Normal University, Liaoning China

S-1: Symposium
Location: Aula 14
 

Dynamic Perspectives: Climate, Clinical, and Gender Impacts on Human Trafficking

Chair(s): Nancy Sidun, Psy.D., ABPP, ATR (Society for the Psychology of Women, International Council of Psycholoogy)

Discussant(s): Jill Betz Bloom, Ph.D. (William James College)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

The Impact of Climate Change on Modern Day Slavery

Nancy Sidun, Psy.D., ABPP, ATR
Society for the Psychology of Women, International Council of Psycholoogy

 

Invisible Victims of Slavery: Human Trafficking of Men and Boys

Irma Barron, Ph.D.
Albizu University, Miami Campus

 

Clinical Treatment with Survivors of Human Trafficking: Insights, Hope, Healing

Indhushree Rajan, Ph.D.
Project Satori

12:30pm
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1:25pm
A-1: Award Talks: Boehnke / Canetto
Location: Aula 13
 

Subjective Perspectives on Value Transmission: Insights from a Multi-Wave Panel

Klaus Boehnke

Jacobs University Bremen, Germany


Whose Culture? Challenging the Idea of an Opposition Between the Right to Culture and Women’s Human Rights

Silvia Sara Canetto

Colorado State University, United States of America

1:30pm
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2:45pm
Lunch
Location: Courtyard
IG1: Interest Group Meeting
Location: Aula 15

Participants interested in joining ICP Interest groups can join at an Interest Group Table at lunch

3:00pm
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3:55pm
Pl-2: Plenary 2: Dr. Silvia Koller
Location: Aula Magna
Chair: Merry Bullock, Ahimsa International, United States of America
 

How Children Develop in the Streets of Latin America: Translating Research Into Practice and Policy

Silvia Helena Koller

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

4:00pm
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4:55pm
PP-3: Paper Panel: Research and Theory Through a Human Rights Lens
Location: Aula 13
 

Human Rights & Research : How Does it Change the Equation

Merry Bullock1, Zakowski Sandra2

1: Ahimsa Internatonal; 2: Argosy, United States of America


Increasing the Diversity and Efficiency of Cross-Cultural Research Through CROWD

Gabriela Francisca Heermans1, Kelly Cuccolo2, Mary Moussa Rogers3, Cliff McKinney3

1: Koç University, Turkey; 2: University of North Dakota, United States; 3: Mississippi State University, United States


Psychology Without A Weltanschauung? A Carriage Without A Locomoting Horse

Howard H. Covitz

Private Practics and Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (retired), United States of America


Psychological Perspectives on Reproductive Justice and Human Rights

Lynda M. Sagrestano1, Joan C. Chrisler2

1: Lüdwig-Maximillians-Universität-München, Germany; 2: Connecticut College

W-2: Workshop: Emotional Assessment System
Location: Aula 15
 

Global Mental Health: Initiating the Conversation

Daniel Balva

University of Georgia, United States of America

5:00pm
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5:25pm
Afternoon Tea/ Coffee Break
Location: Courtyard
5:30pm
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6:25pm
PP-4: Paper Panel: Women and Empowerment
Location: Aula 13
 

The Spanish Housekeepers’ Collective Action: A Study Case Of Empowerment

Sara Vera-Gil, Ana Guil-Bozal

Universidad de Sevilla, Spain


Austrian Feminist Psychologists Battle Violence Against Women, 1981-1997

Vera Luckgei, Nora Ruck, Elisabeth Parzer, Max Beck, Florian Knasmüller

Sigmund Freud Privat Universität, Austria


Step By Step, Walking To The Future.

Malena RubisteinPoleeff, Javier López Mateo

Asociación Intégrate, Spain


Evolution of Uses of Time in Andalucía

Ana Guil Bozal

Universidad de Sevilla, España

C-2: Conversation Hour: Leadership Network
Location: Aula 14
 

International Leadership Network: Global and Diverse Leadership Research Updates

Jean Lau Chin1, Josephine C H Tan2, Mary Beth Kenkel3, Craig Shealy4, Joseph Trimble5, Marco Aponte-Moreno6, Arthur Roh1, Jordan Romager5, Carolyn Springer1, Lily Tang7, Mojgan Zardhamifard8, Devin Thornburg1, Gauthier Janel9,10, Person Staci2, Lylli Cain1, John Tanner1, Florence Denmark11, Debra Kawahara12, Anastasiya Tsoy13, Sandra Shullman14, Elizabeth Nutt-Williams6, Steve Grande4, Renee Staton4

1: Adelphi University; 2: Lakehead University; 3: Florida Institute of Technology; 4: James Madison University; 5: Western Washington University; 6: Saint Mary’s College; 7: The Everest Project; 8: Hormozgan University; 9: International Association of Applied Psychology; 10: Laval University; 11: Pace University; 12: Alliant International University; 13: Women’s Programs Office, APA; 14: Columbus Office of the Development Executive Group

Date: Thursday, 13/Jun/2019
9:00am
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9:55am
PL-3: Plenary 3: Dr. Victoria Ferrer
Location: Aula Magna
Chair: Ana Guil Bozal, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
 

Gender Perspective in Psychological Research: a Question of JUstice

Victoria A. Ferrer-Perez

University of Balearic Islands, Spain

10:00am
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10:55am
PP-5: Paper Panel: Refugees and Migration
Location: Aula 13
 

Life-threatening Trauma Exposure and Daily Functionality Among Rohingya Refugees

Sanjida Khan, Shamsul Haque

Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia


Direct and Indirect Trauma Exposure and PTSD among Rohingya Refugees

Sanjida Khan, Shamsul Haque

Monash University Malaysia, Malaysia


"Well-Being In Aged Refugees"

Mostafa Mohammadi1, Hassan Fartousi2

1: university of lausanne, Switzerland.; 2: university of geneva, Switzerland.


Psychology and Migration: What We Know and What We Don't

Oliva Maria Espin

San Diego State University, United States of America

C-1: Conversation Hour: United Nations
Location: Aula 14
 

ICP at the United Nations

Florence Denmark1, Anna Laura Comunian2, Roswith Roth3, Whitney Smith4

1: ICP, United States of America; 2: International Council of Psichologists IT; 3: University of Graz; 4: Pace University

W-3: Workshop: Disabilities
Location: Aula 15
 

Questioning What We Know About Disabilities: A Move Toward Action

Daniel Balva

University of Georgia, United States of America

11:00am
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11:25am
Morning Coffee Break
Location: Courtyard
POS2: Poster Session
Location: Hallway

Posters will be hanging in the hallway the entire day. Authors will stand by their poster during the morning and afternoon break.

 

Psychodrama and Gender In Women 's Prison In Spain

Malena Rubistein Poleeff

Asociación Intégrate, Spain


Gender Matters: Chat with the Journal Editor of Sex Roles

Janice D. Yoder

Kent State University, United States of America


Women With Low Frecuency Diseases in Health Literacy

Sara Pérez

Complutense University of Madrid, España


Health Disparities of Sex Trafficking Survivors: Implications for Treatment

Lauren Rose Hayes, Elin Ovrebo

University of Memphis, United States of America


Gender Violence Indicators in Peru

Mª José del Pino Espejo, Marina San Teodoro González, Inmaculada Toro Torralvo, Blanca Visone García de Sola

Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain


Motivation of Individuals who Sell Sex in Thailand: Foreigners’ Perspectives

Elin Ovrebo, Madeline Rae Stenersen, Lauren Hayes, Kimberly Adams

The University of Memphis, United States of America


Changes In Social Perception Of Violence Against Women In Spain

Virginia Ferreiro-Basurto1, Andrés Sánchez-Prada2, Carmen Delgado-Álvarez2, Esperanza Bosch-Fiol1, Victoria A. Ferrer-Perez1

1: University of Balearic Islands, España; 2: Pontifical University of Salamanca, España


The Psychometric Properties Of The Alexithymia Scale For Children: A Preliminary Study.

Hadj aziz Laidi, Fatima Remaidiya

University Hospital Center of Sidi Bel Abbes, Algeria


The Relationship among SOC, Social Support, Well-being and Motivation for the Autonomous Regulation of Eating Behavior in Hungarian and Japanese Students

Yoshiko Kato1, Róbert Urbán2, Chenghong Hu1, Yiran Wang1, Adrien Rigó2

1: Kobe university, Japan; 2: Eötvös Loránd University


Imaginary of students about Human Relationships in Education

María Luisa Moreno Gutierrez1, Concepcion Garrido3, Pedro Garrido2

1: Universidad CEU San Pablo Sevilla, Spain; 2: Universidad de Sevilla. Spain; 3: Colegio San José SS.CC de Sevilla. Spain

 
11:30am
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12:25pm
S-2: Symposium: Human Wellbeing
Location: Aula 13
 

Individual & Group Factors Impacting Human Wellbeing

Chair(s): Ann O'Roark (AO' Executive and Organization Consultation, United States of America), Machiko Fukuhara (Japan Association of Microcounseling, Tokiwa University), Naoki Asazuma (Kawakita General Hospital, Tokyo)

Discussant(s): Machiko Fukuhara (Japan Association of Microcounseling)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Flamenco And Sevillanas As Emotional Expression In Andalucia

Rocio Guil1, Ana Guil2, Carlos Sepuveda3
1University of Cadiz, 2University of Seville, 3Flamenco Psychotherapist

 

Kindness Maturity: Data Comparisons Japan, Italy, Greece, Chile and Australia

Anna Laura Comunian
University of Padua, Emeritus

 

Executive Wellness: Framingham Studies, Brain & Vital Sign Health Advances

Ann O'Roark
Private Practice, Ret'd: AO Executive and Organizational Consultant

 

Mental Acuity and Personal Identity/Self Concept in the Elderly

Naoki Asazuma
UniversityKawakita General Hospital, Tokyo

PP-6: Paper Panel: Mental Health and Social Justice Themes
Location: Aula 14
 

Validation of HIV-Adherence Self-efficacy Scale for Pakistani HIV/AIDS population

Ishrat Yousaf1, Sabahat Haqqani2

1: Foundation University, Rawalpindi Campus, Islamabad, Pakistan; 2: Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi


From Conversion to Affirmation: U.S. Psychology’s Treatment of LGBTQ+ Populations

Tracy N. Hipp. Ph.D.1, Idia B. Thurston. Ph.D.1, Kayla Gore2, Amanda C. Toumayan1, Mollie Anderson. Ph.D.1

1: University of Memphis, United States of America; 2: OUT Memphis, United States of America


The Mellowing of Age: Effect of Age on Self-report Inventories

James Peter Choca, Joseph Paul, Yoev Shimoni, Duncan Benjamin

Roosevelt University, United States of America


Emotional Dysregulation Associations with Anxiety and Alcohol Abuse

Karina Villalba, Robert Cook, Irma Barron, Jessy Devieux

Ms, United States of America

 
12:30pm
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1:25pm
S-3: Symposium: Preventing Gender Violence
Location: Aula 13
 

Preventing Gender Violence

Chair(s): María José del Pino Espejo (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, España), Ana Guil Bozal (Universidad de Sevilla, España), Ligia Sánchez Tovar (Universidad de Carabobo, Venezuela)

Discussant(s): Juan Guillermo Mansilla Sepúlveda (Universidad de Temuco, Chile)

 

Presentations of the Symposium

 

Gender violence in Secondary Education

Susana Cámara1, Ana Guil Bozal1, Concepción Mimbrero Mallado2
1Universidad de Sevilla, España, 2Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, España

 

Gender Violence in Perú

Ligia Sánchez Tovar1, María José del Pino Espejo2
1Universidad de Carabobo, Venezuela, 2Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla, España

 

Preventing gender violence through Psicodrama

Malena Rubinstein, Ana Guil Bozal
Universidad de Sevilla, España

 

Título

Mercedes Osuna
Universidad de Córdoba. Spain

W-4: Workshop: Active Listening
Location: Aula 14
 

Active Listening: Advantages, Challenges, and Skill-Building

Andrew F. Simon

Seton Hall University, United States of America

C-3: Leadership Interest Group Meeting
Location: Aula 15
 

International Leadership Network: Global and Diverse Leadership Research Logistical Planning

Jean Lau Chin1, Josephine C H Tan2, Mary Beth Kenkel3, Craig Shealy4, Joseph Trimble5, Marco Aponte-Moreno6, Arthur Roh1, Jordan Romager5, Carolyn Springer1, Lily Tang7, Mojgan Zardhamifard8, Devin Thornburg1, Gauthier Janel9,10, Person Staci2, Lylli Cain1, John Tanner1, Florence Denmark11, Debra Kawahara12, Anastasiya Tsoy13, Sandra Shullman14, Elizabeth Nutt-Williams6, Steve Grande4, Renee Staton4

1: Adelphi University; 2: Lakehead University; 3: Florida Institute of Technology; 4: James Madison University; 5: Western Washington University; 6: Saint Mary’s College; 7: The Everest Project; 8: Hormozgan University; 9: International Association of Applied Psychology; 10: Laval University; 11: Pace University; 12: Alliant International University; 13: Women’s Programs Office, APA; 14: Columbus Office of the Development Executive Group

1:30pm
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2:55pm
Lunch
Location: Courtyard
3:00pm
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3:55pm
A-2: Award Talks: Poulin/Fukuhara
Location: Aula 13
 

Award Talk: What Is a ‘Scientist-Practitioner Model’ for Psychology Professionals?

Machiko Fukuhara

Japanese Association of Microcounselling, Japan


Researching the Closet: From the Clandestine to the Canadian Parliament

Carmen Poulin

UNB, Canada

PP-7: Paper Panel: Lifespan Mental Health
Location: Aula 14
 

Peer Association and Perception of Harms and Benefits With Marijuana

Wynter Jason

Northern Caribbean University


Family accommodation and symptom severity in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Pragya Sharma, Usha Tanwar, Lokesh S Shekhawat

Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, India


Development Trajectories of Chinese Migrant and Urban Children’s Academic Self-Concept

Lina Geng1, Chen Chen2

1: Collaborative Innovation Center of Assessment toward Basic Education Quality,Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of; 2: School of Psychology, Nanjing Normal University


Teams in Nurseries for Elderly People: Meaningful Interventions

Roswith Luise Roth

University of Graz, Austria

 
4:30pm
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4:55pm
Afternoon Tea/ Coffee Break
Location: Courtyard
5:00pm
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5:55pm
Town Hall and Members Meeting
Location: Aula Magna
6:00pm
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6:25pm
Closing: Closing Ceremony
Location: Aula Magna
8:00pm
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10:30pm
B-1: Conference Banquet
Location: Jerez
Date: Friday, 14/Jun/2019
9:00am
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2:50pm
Post-Conference Tour: Visit Osborne Winery in Santa Maria
Location: Osborne Winery

Depart Cádiz via catamaran in the morning; visit winery, sample sherry and snacks; return to Cádiz early afternoon.

4:00pm
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8:00pm
Board2: Incoming Board Meeting
Location: Seminario 1
Chair: Ana Guil Bozal, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

 
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