2018 Invited Program

2018 Invited Program

Program Co-Chairs Jasna Jovanovic, California Polytechnic State University and Mitchell J. Prinstein, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, have organized a dynamic invited program by inviting these distinguished scholars to present on a variety of topics in the field of adolescent development:

Keynote Speakers Invited Addresses Invited Roundtable
Invited Data Blitz Symposium Invited Sessions
Invited Workshop

View the entire Online Program [here]
View the printable 2018 Program Book pdf here
(printed program books will not be available at the meeting)


Keynote Speakers

Dorothy L. Espelage, University of Florida

Peer Victimization, Dating Violence, & Mental
Health Issues among Sexual & Gender Minority
Youth: Building Protective Schools and Communities

Friday, 8:30am-10:00am, Symphony Ballroom 3

Abstract and Biography

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Adriana Galván, University of California, Los Angeles

Sleep and the Developing Adolescent Brain:
Implications for Behavior and Well-Being

Thursday, 8:30am-10:00am, Symphony Ballroom 3

Abstract and Biography

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Diane L. Hughes, New York University, will be giving the Roberta Grodberg Simmons Prize Lecture. The Roberta Grodberg Simmons Prize Lecture was created to honor Professor Roberta Simmons, one of the 20 charter members of SRA. The lecture fund sponsors a distinguished speaker who represents Prof. Simmon’s commitment to interdisciplinary and
theoretically-sound empirical work.

Ethnic-Racial Socialization Processes in
Ethnically Diverse Families of Adolescents

Saturday, 8:30am-10:00am
Symphony Ballroom 3

Abstract and Biography

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Sean Reardon, Stanford University

Education, Inequality, and Opportunity in America

Thursday, 3:45pm-5:15pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Abstract and Biography


Invited Addresses

Interpersonal Risk (and Opportunity) During
Adolescence: A Multi-level Perspective on the
Emerging Gender Difference in Depression

Karen Rudolph, University of Illinois

Saturday, 12:15pm-1:45pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Abstract and Biography

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Neural, Inflammatory, and Genomic Reactivity to
Social Stress: Implications for Lifespan Health


George M. Slavich,
University of California, Los Angeles

Friday, 3:45pm-5:15pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Abstract and Biography

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2018 SRA International Fellow Address

From the Biomedical to the Wounds Inside:
Re-conceptualizing Health in War

Rita Giacaman, Birzeit University

Thursday, 2:00pm-3:30pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Abstract and Biography


Invited Roundtable

Tips for Conducting International Research on Adolescent Development

Moderator: Marcela Raffaelli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Thursday, 10:15am-11:45am, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon B

Panelists:

  • Gustavo Carlo, University of Missouri
  • Gail M. Ferguson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Silvia Koller, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
  • Jennifer E. Lansford, Duke University

Integrative Statement and Moderator Biography

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Considering the Future of Developmental Science

Saturday, 2:00pm-3:30pm, Symphony Ballroom 2

Moderators:
Jasna Jovanovic, California Polytechnic State University
Mitchell J. Prinstein, UNC-Chapel Hill

Panelists:

  • B. Bradford Brown, University of Wisconsin
  • Noel Card, University of Connecticut
  • Deinera Exner-Cortens, University of Calgary
  • Amanda E. Guyer, University of California, Davis
  • Reed Larson, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Richard M. Lee, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
  • Eva S. Lefkowitz, University of Connecticut
  • Adriana Manago, University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Vonnie McLoyd, University of Michigan
  • Marcela Raffaelli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Amanda Rose, University of Missouri
  • Stephen Russell, University of Texas at Austin
  • John Schulenberg, University of Michigan
  • Russell B. Toomey, University of Arizona

Integrative Statement


Invited Data Blitz Symposium

Social Media: Risks and Opportunities for Adolescent Development

Friday, 10:15am-11:45am
Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Chair: Jacqueline Nesi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill &
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Presentation 1: Adolescent Social Media Use: Implications for Social Adjustment and Health-Risk Behaviors
Jacqueline Nesi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill & Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Presentation 2: How Late Adolescents Engage with Facebook: Public versus Private Communication, Self-Presentation, and Lurking
Marion K. Underwood, University of Texas at Dallas

Presentation 3: The Relation between Youths’ Digital Communication and Well-Being: The Moderating Role of Social Anxiety
Kaveri Subrahmanyam, California State University, Los Angeles

Presentation 4: Social Media as an Intervention Tool
Megan Moreno, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Presentation 5: The digital self study: How anxiety is implicated in early adolescents’ participation in Facebook
William M. Bukowski, Concordia University

Presentation 6: TBA
Brendesha Tynes, University of Southern California


Invited Sessions

Familial and Neurobiological Underpinnings of Adolescent Identity:
A Developmental Perspective

Friday, 2:00pm-3:30pm
Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Chair: Rita Žukauskienė, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania and
President of EARA

Friday, 2:00pm-3:30pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Paper 1: A Four-Wave Longitudinal Study on Change and Stability in Identity Processing Styles
Presenter: Rita Žukauskienė, Mykolas Romeris University

Paper 2: Perceived Parental Behavior and Identity Processing Styles: A Four-Year Longitudinal Assessment of Change
Presenter: Goda Kaniušonytė, Mykolas Romeris University

Paper 3: Goal-Directed Correlates and Neurobiological Underpinnings of Adolescent Identity: A Multi-Method Multi-Sample Longitudinal Approach
Presenter: Andrik I. Becht, Utrecht University

Integrative Statement, Chair Biography, and Complete Authorship

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Positive Youth Development: Update and State of the Science and Application

Chair: Patrick Tolan, University of Virginia

Friday, 12:15pm-1:45pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Paper 1: Theoretical Advances in Positive Youth Development: Implications for Application
Presenter: Richard M. Lerner, Tufts University

Paper 2: Four Frameworks for Positive Development: Implications for Intervention and Future Integration
Presenter: Patrick H. Tolan, University of Virginia

Paper 3: Cultural, Ecological Integrative Model for Studying Positive Development in Youth of Color
Presenter: Velma McBride Murry, Vanderbilt University

Paper 4: Positive Youth Development and Federal Programs
Presenter: Cheri Hoffman, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

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The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study: Overview, Emerging Data and Opportunities

Friday, 12:15pm-1:45pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon B

Chair: Sandra A. Brown, University of California, San Diego

Paper 1: Functional neuroimaging probes of adolescent neurodevelopment: Preliminary findings from the ABCD Study
Presenter: Mary M. Heitzeg, University of Michigan

Paper 2: Neurocognition and premorbid risk for substance misuse in 9-10 year-olds: findings from ABCD’s first year of study
Presenter: Monica Luciana, University of Minnesota

Paper 3: Assessing Culture and Environment in the ABCD Study: Measures and Initial Findings
Presenter: Amanda Sheffield Morris, Oklahoma State University and Laureate Institute for Brain Research

Paper 4: Data Sharing and ABCD
Presenter: Sandra A. Brown, University of California, San Diego

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RDoC: A Lens for Understanding Changes in Adolescent Brain and Behavior

Saturday, 10:15am-11:45am, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Chair: Margaret A. Sheridan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Paper 1: Cognitive Processes: The Impact of Early Exposures on the Development of Complex Cognition in Adolescence
Presenter: Margaret A. Sheridan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Paper 2: Developmental Shifts in Using Reward Cues to Guide Goal-directed Behavior
Presenter: Leah H. Somerville, Harvard University

Paper 3: Childhood Trauma Exposure and Negative Valence Systems in Adolescence
Presenter: Kate McLaughlin, University of Washington

Paper 4: Social Processes Shape the Adolescent Brain
Presenter: Eva H. Telzer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Paper 5: Risk and Resilience Mechanisms Underlying Dimensions of Psychopathology During Adolescence
Presenter: Amanda E. Guyer, University of California, Davis

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The Future of Gender Identity: Genderqueer and Non-binary Approaches to Research, Family and Health 

Saturday, 2:00pm-3:30pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Chair: Jenifer K. McGuire, University of Minnesota

Paper 1:
Presenter: Walter Bockting, Columbia University

Paper 2: Parenting Adolescents Beyond the Binary
Presenter: Dianne Berg & Katie Spencer, Co-Author, University of Minnesota

Paper 3: Conceptualizing Genderqueer as a Multi-dimensional Latent Construct
Presenter: Jenifer K. McGuire, University of Minnesota

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A Social Justice Lens on Equity and Social Determinants of Health

Thursday, 12:15pm-1:45pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Chair: Kimber Bogard, Senior Officer, National Academy of Medicine

Paper 1: Health Inequities, Social Determinants, and Intersectionality
Presenter: Vivian Gadsden, University of Pennsylvania

Paper 2: Principles of Adolescent-and-Young-Adult Friendly Care: Contributions to Reducing Health Disparities and Increasing Health Equity
Presenter: Angela Diaz, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Paper 3: Policy/Legal Issues Life Span and Legal/Policy Research as Dual Focuses for Identifying and Implementing Opportunities to Realize Health Equity
Presenter: Velma McBride Murry, Vanderbilt University

Paper 4: Urgent Dispatch: Calling on Leadership to Respond to Violence in Black Neighborhoods
Presenter: Sharon Toomer, BlackandBrownNews.com

Integrative Statement, Chair Biography, and Complete Authorship


Invited Workshop

Writing for a Non-Academic Audience: Underlying Assumptions and Strategies

Saturday, 3:45pm-5:15pm, Minneapolis Grand Ballroom-Salon A

Leader: Andrew P. Smiler,
Private Practice, Winston-Salem, NC

Abstract and Biography

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