Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research
Friday, May 21, 2004
8:30-9:30 Opening Session
Welcome Address: Lynn E. Alden (University of British Columbia) and Krista K. Trobst (York University)
Keynote Address: The Identification of Empirically Supported Treatments in Mental Health: An Empirical Evaluation.
Sidney J. Blatt (Yale University) and David C. Zuroff (McGill University)
9:30-9:55 The Generalized Interpersonal Theory of Personality and Psychopathology.
G. Scott Acton (Rochester Institute of Technology)
10:10-11:35 Panel: Personality Vulnerability to Major Depression
Paper 1. Self-Criticism, Neediness and the Recurrence of Major Depression.
Faith Leather and Myriam Mongrain (York University)
Paper 2. Involuntary Submission and Depression in Self-Critics.
Edward Sturman and Myriam Mongrain (York University)
Paper 3. Self-Criticism, Neediness and Intimate Relationship Factors in the Prediction of Daily Mood.
Lisa Vettese (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) and Myriam Mongrain (York University)
Discussant: Myriam Mongrain (York University)
11:35-12:00 “I Can’t Stand It When You Do That”: The Location of Social Allergens in Interpersonal Space.
Brian P. O’Connor and Shevaun Nadin (Lakehead University)
1:00-1:25 Worldviews, Personality, and Interpersonal Problems: Relations and Factor Structures.
Christopher J. Friesen and Krista K. Trobst (York University)
1:25-3:15 Paper Session: Theory and Structure of Interpersonal Behaviour
Paper 1. Conceptualizing Agency and Communion through the Q-sort Method: A SITAR Collaborative Study.
Michael B. Gurtman, Heather Hutchinson, Kathy Bennett, and Michelle Wright (University of Wisconsin-Parkside)
Paper 2. What Lies Beneath.
Debbie S. Moskowitz (McGill University)
3:30-4:45 Paper Session: Interpersonal Complementarity
Paper 1. The Role of Person and Situation Factors in Regulating Interpersonal Fields in Coaching Dyads.
David E. Conroy, Aaron L. Pincus, & Jonathan N. Metzler (Pennsylvania State University)
Paper 2. The Dynamics of Same Sex Interactions: An Application of Structural Equation Modeling to Interchangeable Pairs.
Pamela Sadler (Wilfred Laurier University) and Erik Woody (University of Waterloo)
Paper 3. Interpersonal Rigidity and Complementarity.
Terence J. G. Tracey (Arizona State University)
5:00-6:30 Poster Session
1. Differential Contributions of Normal Personality Traits and Frontal Lobe Function to Schizotypal, Avoidant, and Narcissistic Personality Disorder Symptomology.
Anthony C. Ruocco (Drexel University) & Krista K. Trobst (York University)
2. Body Image and Social Comparison through the Lens of Day-to-Day Experience.
Zeynep Yilmaz & Marc A. Fournier (University of Toronto at Scarborough)
3. Attachment Anxiety and Perceptions of Others Predict Affect in Social Interactions.
J. Elizabeth Foley and D.S. Moskowitz (McGill University)
4. An Update on the Development of the Child and Adolescent Interpersonal Survey: The CAIS.
Sandro M. Sodano and Terence J.G. Tracey (Arizona State University)
5. Validation of a Short Self-Report Measure of Gay Identity Development: Exploration of Intrapsychic and Interpersonal Dimensions.
Juan C. Contreras & Aaron Pincus (Pennsylvania State University)
6. Conformity and Exclusivity and Dimensions of Small Group Interaction.
Tharsni Kankesan and Marc A. Fournier (University of Toronto, Scarborough)
7. Changes in Interpersonal Functioning Following Interpersonal Therapy vs. Pharmacotherapy.
Paula Ravitz, Carolina McBride, & Martha McKay (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health)
8. Attachment Security: Its Association With Interpersonal Problems, Marital Satisfaction, and Personality in a Sample of Patients With Major Depression.
Carolina McBride and Paula Ravitz (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health)
9. Behavioural Inhibition, Behavioural Activation, and Perceived Inclusion.
Lena C. Quilty, Shannon M. Gifford, & Jonathan M. Oakman (University of Waterloo)
10. Perfectionism and Interpersonal Problems: A Study of Gender Differences.
Amanda Uliaszek (Pennsylvania State University)
11. Bias and Inaccuracy in Socially Anxious Individuals’ Self-Perceptions of Interpersonal Behaviour.
Khushnuma Amaria and Jonathan Oakman (University of Waterloo)
12. Interpersonal Style of Sexual Offender and Psychopathic Violent Offenders.
Dana Anderson (Tupiq Program for Inuit Offenders) and William
Marshall (Queen’s University)
13. Are There Implicit Interpersonal Styles? Differentiating Implicit Vs. Explicit Traits of Dominance and Friendliness.
Nicole Ethier and Pamela Sadler (Wilfred Laurier University)
14. Accuracy of Moment-to-Moment Perceptions of Social Behaviour and its Relation to Interpersonal Problems.
David Duong (Wilfred Laurier University), Julie Raja (University of Waterloo) and Pamela Sadler (Wilfred Laurier University)
15. Change in Psychotherapy: The Moderating Effects of Ego-Resiliency and Decisional Procrastination.
Chad Sobotka, Jeather Hutchensen, Michelle J. McDonald (University of Wisconsin – Parkside) & Robert J. Budny (St. Luke’s Hospital)
16. Cross-Cultural Differences in the Provision of Social Support.
Qibo Fan and Krista K. Trobst (York University)
17. Influences on Responses to Perceptions of Agency and Communion.
Debbie S. Moskowitz, Julia Goodman, & Sébastian Richard (McGill University)
Saturday, May 22, 2004
8:30-9:20 Paper Session: Interpersonal Processes in Treatment
Paper 1. The structural Stability of the IIP-C Pre and Post Treatment: A Replication Using a Swiss Clinical Sample.
Martin G. Holtforth (Pennsylvania State University), Wolfgang Lutz,& Klaus Grawe (University of Bern, Switzerland)
Paper 2. Consensual Validation as an Assessment Tool and Outcome Measure.
R. Berke & Associates, P.A. (Amherst, NH)
9:20-10:05 Panel. Interpersonal Dynamics in Supervision: Changing Dust to Diamonds.
John Spychalski and Christopher Ochner (Drexel)
10:20-12:00 Paper Session: Interpersonal Theory and Social Identity
Paper 1. Understanding Ethnic Identification Among Interenthnic Daters: The Roles of Affect, Ingroup Ties, and Centrality.
Janelle M. Jones and Michaela Hynie (York University)
Paper 2. Thinking Too Much About Others: Risks Associated With a Relational-Interdependent Self-Construal.
Karl H. Hennig and Giovanni G. Foti (University of Guelph)
Paper 3. The Interdependence of Agency and Communion.
Kenneth Locke (University of Idaho)
Paper 4. Aggregated Anxiety, Event-Specific Anxiety, and Interpersonal Behaviour: Anxiety-Behaviour Relations During Everyday Social Interactions in a Working Community Sample.
J. Russell and D.S. Moskowitz (McGill University)
1:00-1:25 Paper 5. Stable Dispositions, Dynamic Signatures, and the Salient Psychological Features of Interpersonal Situations.
Marc A. Fournier (University of Toronto, Scarborough), D.S. Moskowitz, & David C. Zuroff (McGill University)
1:25-2:40 Panel. Interpersonal Schemas, Prototypes, and Individual Differences.
Paper 1. What People Expect from Someone They Trust.
Bulent Turan (Stanford University)
Paper 2. Why Do Self-Critical People Receive Less Social Support than Dependent People?
Pavel Zolotsev (Stanford University)
Discussant: Leonard M. Horowitz (Stanford University)
2:40-3:05 Paper Session: Interpersonal Theory and Social Support Processes
Paper 1. The Role of Provider Personality and Recipient Characteristics in the Social Support Process
Giovanni G. Foti (University of Guelph) and Krista K. Trobst (York University)
Paper 2. Emotional Intelligence and Partner Support Along the Circumplex.
Oren Amitay and Myriam Mongrain (York University)
3:45-4:30 Open Discussion. SITAR In Print: Toward An Edited Volume.
Lynn Alden (University of British Columbia) and Debbie Moskowitz (McGill University)
4:30-5:30 Business Meeting