Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research
Friday, May 16, 2003
8:30- 9:30 Keynote Address
Attachment and Abusive Relationships
9:30-10:30 Panel: Interpersonal Motives and the Self-Image: Two Important
Determinants of Interpersonal Behavior.
Paper 1. The Interrelatedness of Self-Organization Constructs and their Association
with Psychological Adjustment.
Michael J. Constantino, Kelly R. Wilson, Leonard M. Horowitz,
& Elizabeth C. Pinel
Paper 2. Assessing the complexity of the interpersonal self.
10:45-12:15 Paper Session: Theory and Structure of Interpersonal Behavior
Paper 1. Flux, Pulse, and Spin: Dynamic Additions to the Personality Lexicon
D. S. Moskowitz and David C. Zuroff
Paper 2. Replicating the Interpersonal Adjectives Scales: Implications for Test and
Michael B. Gurtman, Melissa L. Kaefer, Tracy C. Kohloff-Blauser, Joan A Windis,
& Lewis R. Goldberg
Paper 3. Levels of Interpersonal Behavior
Terence J. G. Tracey
1:15- 3:15 Paper Session: Personality Disorders
Paper 1. The Interpersonal Nexus of Personality Disorders
Aaron L. Pincus.
Paper 2. Examining the Personality in Personality Disorder Assessment.
Lindsay E. Ayearst & Krista K. Trobst
Paper 3. Circular Structure of Emotional Assessment System (EAS) Personality
Stephen Strack, James P Choca & Christopher Haddy
Paper 4. A Neurobehavioural Theory of Disordered Personality: Frontal Lobe
Dysfunction and Personality Pathology
Anthony C. Ruocco & Krista K. Trobst
3:30- 4:45 Paper Session: Shyness and Social Phobia
Paper 1. Perceptions of Facial Affect in the Shy and Non-shy
Lynne Henderson and Philip Zimbardo
Paper 2. Parental Overprotection in Generalized Social Phobia:
An Interpersonal Perspective
Charles T. Taylor & Lynn E. Alden
Paper 3. Generalized Social Phobia and Social Interpretation: Effects of
Lynn Alden, Charles Taylor, Tanna Mellings, and Judith Laposa
The choreography of dancing bears, Part II: Understanding intra- and
inter-individual perception of personality disorders and interpersonal problems
Dawn E. Brandlmayr & Krista K. Trobst
Three Versions of the Interpersonal Adjective Scales and Their Fit to the
Ryan S. Adams & Terence J. G. Tracey
Arizona State University
An Interpersonal Conceptualization of the Relationships between Attachment Styles
and Personality Disorders
Patricia Cardona, Dawn E. Brandlmayr, & Krista K. Trobst
Interpersonal Complementarity of Circumplex Traits and Its Effect on Relationship
Rotem Regev, Krista K. Trobst, & Dawn E. Brandlmayr
Attachment, worry and coping behaviors: An exploration of their associations.
Colleen J. Allison, Kim Bartholomew, & Marlene Moretti
Simon Fraser University
Saturday, May 17, 2003
9:00- 10:30 Paper Session: Interpersonal Processes in Treatment
Paper 1. The Clinical Utility of the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems: A
demonstration with the Pennsylvania Practice-Research Network
Mark A. Ruiz, Aaron L. Pincus, Thomas D. Borkovec, Ruben Echemendia, and
Paper 2. Balance of Expressed Affect as a Mediator of the Relationship Between Quality of Object Relations and Group Therapy Outcome
William E. Piper, John S. Ogrodniczuk, Mary McCallum, Anthony S. Joyce and
John S. Rosie
Paper 3. Client interpersonal problems, therapeutic interactions and working alliance in outpatient interpersonal psychotherapy for treatment of depression.
Christopher Wagner, Carolina Cristi, Paula Ravitz, David C. Zuroff and D. S. Moskowitz,
10:45-12:15 Paper Session: New Directions
Paper 1. How can statistical models of interdependence be used to answer
questions related to interpersonal theory?
Pamela Sadler and Erik Woody
Paper 2. Psychological Outcomes of Dating Violence: The Moderating Effects of
Ego-resiliency and Social Support
Michelle J. McDonald, Mary L. Wandrei, Elesha Bennett,
Tammie Nelson, Kimberly Scott and Chad Sobotka
Paper 3. An Examination of Interpersonal Goals and Behavior
Christy Hofsess, Debbiesiu Lee, Terence J.G. Tracey
Paper 4. Development of the Child and Adolescent Interpersonal Survey; The CAIS.
1:30 Invited Panel: The future of interpersonal theory and research.
Leonard Horowitz, Aaron Pincus, Christopher Wagner and Michael Gurtman
2:40 Business Meeting