Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research
Friday, May 17, 2002
9:00-10:00 Opening Session
Welcome: Krista K. Trobst (York University) and Michael B. Gurtman (University of Wisconsin-Parkside)
Keynote: David Zuroff (McGill University). Personality and Relational Factors in the Short-Term Treatment of Depression: What the Drug Companies and the Cognitive-Behavioral Establishment Don't Want You to Know
10:10-11:30 Interpersonal Dimensions and Personality
Kenneth D. Locke (University of Idaho). Recording the Interpersonal Dimensions of Social Comparison
Marc A. Fournier & D. S. Moskowitz (McGill University). On the Hierarchical Organization of Interpersonal Behavior
Emily B. Ansell, Aaron L. Pincus & John E. Kurtz (Pennsylvania State University &): Pennsylvania State University & Villanova University). Too Much, Too Little, or Just Right? The Quadratic Effects of the Big Five Personality Traits on Roommate Relationship Quality
Fiona Schulte & Myriam Mongrain (York University). Adaptive versus Maladaptive Aspects of Dependency
1:20-2:00. Interpersonal Applications to Substance Abuse
Jamie Bedics, Ju Hui Park, & Lorna S. Benjamin (University of Utah). An interpersonal understanding of substance dependence using past, present, and hoped for relationships
Stephen Soldz, Elizabeth Dorsey, Dana Joy Huyser & Michael Blasnik (Social Science Research and Evaluation, Inc., Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, & Blasnik and Associates).
Interpersonal Processes in Youth Use of Alternative Tobacco (Cigars, Bidis, and Clove Cigarettes): The CURE Study
2:10-4:10. Panel: Interpersonal Motives, the Revised Interpersonal Model, and Four Experimental Studies (Organizer: Leonard M. Horowitz, Stanford University)
Leonard M. Horowitz (Stanford University). The Revised Theory Nicole Shechtman (Stanford University). The Interpersonal versus the Merely Interactive: What Is the Difference between Interacting with a Person and Interacting with a Computer?
Kelly R. Wilson (Stanford University). How Do People with Relaxed Interpersonal Boundaries Go about Satisfying Their Communal Goals?
Emily Butler (Stanford University). Who Is Frustrated and Who Is Satisfied by an Unresponsive Listener?
Lynne Henderson (Stanford University). How Can the Satisfaction of a Motive Help Facilitate a Shy Person’s Social Interaction?
4:30-5:45 Poster Session
Beverly A. Hmel & Aaron L. Pincus (Pennsylvania State University). Causality Orientations and Conceptualizations of Autonomy: Relations with Personality, Adjustment, and Achievement
Carolina Cristi & Paula Ravitz (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health). Group Interpersonal
Psychotherapy of Social Anxiety Disorder: A Pilot Study Christy Hofsess & Terence J.G. Tracey (Arizona State University). Examination of the Interpersonal Circumplex as a Model of Personality Capabilities
D. S. Moskowitz and David C. Zuroff (McGill University). Perceptions of Others’ Agency and Communion
Giovanni G. Foti, Krista K. Trobst, & Anthony Rucco (York University). An Experimental Analysis of Factors Affecting Social Support Provision
Irina Valentin (York University). Motivational and Biological Models of Academic Underachievement
J. Elizabeth Foley, Marc A. Fournier, D.S. Moskowitz, & David C. Zuroff (McGill University). Personality as a Predictor of Perceived Interpersonal Climate
Judy Johnson (York University). The role of childhood maltreatment in adult attachment, interpersonal support transactions, coping, and distress: An interpersonal perspective
Karl H. Hennig & A. Friker (St. Francis Xavier University). Eating pathology and self-construal Karl H. Hennig (St. Francis Xavier University). The merging of self and other: Convergent validity on a perspective-taking task.
Kirsty Bortnik, Lynne Henderson, & Philip Zimbardo (Shyness Institute & Stanford University). The ShyQ, a measure of chronic shyness: Associations with Interpersonal Motives and Interpersonal Values.
Lindsay E. Ayearst & Krista K. Trobst (York University). Personality Adjectives Checklist Circumplex: Looking for the circle
Maryanne Fisher & M. Voracek (York University). An Evolutionary Examination of Sex Differences in Distress Due to Infidelity
Orit Roiz & Marianne Amir. (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev). Sense of Control, Control Modes and Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) Among Breast Cancer Patients: A Prospective Study.
Ronit Arzy & Marianne Amir (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev). Dependency, self criticism and PTSD among battered women in Israel.
Yoram Ben Ya’acov & Marianne Amir (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev). Shame, Guilt and Emotional Distress: The Moderating Role of Perceived Social Support
Saturday, May 18, 2002
9:00-9:10 President’s Remarks (Christopher C. Wagner, Virginia Commonwealth University)
9:10-10:20. Panel: Within-Person Methods for Interpersonal Research (Organizer: Aaron L. Pincus, Pennsylvania State University )
David E. Conroy, Aaron L. Pincus, & Lorna Smith Benjamin (Pennsylvania State University & University of Utah). Testing Internalization Hypotheses Using Within-Person Correlation Methods
Michael B. Gurtman (University of Wisconsin-Parkside). Examining Congruencies and Incongruencies in Interpersonal Traits and Problems: Within-Person Circumplex Analyses
Debbiesiu Lee & Terence J. G. Tracey (Arizona State University), An Idiographic Examination of the Interpersonal Construal Process in Therapy
10:40-11:50. Panel. The choreography of dancing bears: Understanding person-perception (Organizer/Moderator: Krista K. Trobst, York University).
Lindsay E. Ayearst (York University)
Marcy Balch (York University)
Dawn Bradlmayr (York University)
Christine Olthof (York University)
1:15-1:45. Special Address: Rita Erica Fioravanzo (Vice-President I&R, Interpersonalità & Ricerca, Psychotherapy and Human Development Society). Using Interpersonal Theory in Psychosocial Counseling with Child Soldiers.
1:45-3:45 BUSINESS MEETING