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Student Publications and Presentations

Congratulations to the following students, whose recent scholarship was accepted for conference presentations and/or publication:

Arroyo, J. (2014). Is a pedophile a pervert? Conceptualizing pedophilia through Lacan's notion of perverse structure. Metaxu, 1(1).

Arroyo, J. (2014). On checking the box marked "other": The meaning and political horizon of the body as a multicultural other. Humanistic Psychologist, 42(1), 94-97.

Arroyo, J. (2014). Is a pedophile a pervet? Understanding pedophilia through Lacan's notion of the perverse. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Arroyo, J. (2014). The stylish selective self: How clothing as a skin-tool transforms one's experience in the world. Paper presented at the Merleau-Ponty and Psychology Student Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Arroyo, J. (2012). On checking the box marked other: The phenomenological meaning and political horizon of the body as a multicultural other. Paper presented at the 2012 International Human Science Research Conference, University of Quebec, Montreal.

Arroyo, J. (2013). Therapy--get over it and move on: An ethical interpretation of therapeutic action and the termination of treatment. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Psychology Department.

Arroyo, J. (2014). Is a pedophile a pervet? Understanding pedophilia through Lacan's notion of the perverse. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Arroyo, J. (2014). The stylish selective self: How clothing as a skin-tool transforms one's experience in the world. Paper presented at the Merleau-Ponty and Psychology Student Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Axelrad, J., & Brooke, R. (2013). The cost effectiveness of psychological services. Pennsylvania Psychologist (June).

Axelrad, J. (2014). Time and Sense are one: Thinking and temporality with Merleau-Ponty. Paper presented at the Merleau-Ponty and Psychology Student Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Barackman, A. (2013). Preparing for comps: A sample exam question and response. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Barackman, A. (2012). "I am not interested at all": Exploring resistance through a home visit. Paper presented at the Society for Personality Assessment (SPA), Chicago.

Barackman, A. (2011). Lived rather than known: Investigating the embodied aspects of the therapeutic encounter through Merleau-Ponty. Paper presented at the Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences (SPHS), Philadelphia, PA.

Boisen, L. (2014). Discipline and recovery: A Foucauldian perspective of schizophrenic discourse. Metaxu, 1(1).

Boisen, L. (2013). Integrating ideology: Engaging feminism, egalitarianism, and democracy in the classroom. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Bosien, L. (2012). The bodyguard and the mother hen: College women's experiences of unwanted sexual attention at parties. Paper presented at the Annual Conference for the Association for Women in Psychology, Palm Springs, CA.

Boisen, L. (2011). The bodyguard and the mother hen: College women's discourse around unwanted sexual attention at parties. Paper presented at the 2011 Association for Women in Psychology conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Boisen, L. (2010). Count me in: A qualitative presentation of women's experiences in the American Hardcore Subculture. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Graduate Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Boisen, L. (2010). Too drunk to consent: Factors influencing bystander intervention during college party hook ups. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference for the Association of Women in Psychology, Portland Oregon.

Callanan, J. (2010). White space responses: More than opposition. Paper presented at the Society for Personality Assessment Conference, San Jose, California.

Callanan, J. (2008). Toward a phenomenological understanding of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Childhood. Paper presented at the International Human Science Research Conference, Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ.

Chiang, M. (2012). Children's lived spaces in suburban Taiwan during the 1960s. Paper presented at the Dong-Hwa University Hualien, Taiwan.

Chiang, M. (2012). A living reflection on the science of qualitative research: Using a cultural and gender study phenomenological experience of otherness as an example. Paper presented at the Dong-Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan.

Chiang, M.-C. (2012). Cultural-free therapeutic encounter: A disillusion? Paper presented at the 2012 Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture and Society Annual Conference, New Brunswick, NJ.

Chiang, M. (2012). Sojourning in the margin: Living as wives of international students: A Dissertation Proposal. Paper presented at the Center for Interpretive and Qualitative Research Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Fan, H., & Chiang, M. (2012). The development of clinical psychology in modern China: Past, present, and future. Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Chiang, M. (2011). Children's lived spaces In suburban Taiwan during The 1960s. Phenomenology & Practice, 5(2), 40-56.

Chiang, M. (2011). Rethinking somatization disorder as an other's expression in cultural contexts. Paper presented at the Psychology of the Other Conference, Lesley College, Boston, Massachusetts.

Chiang, M. (2010). Experience of menstrual cramps: Phenomenological and feminist perspective. Paper presented at the 29th International Human Science Research Conference Registration, Seattle, WA.

Chiang, M.-C. (2010). On becoming Asian. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Graduate Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Chiang, M.-C. (2010). On becoming an Asian women in the US. Paper presented at the 6th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, Illinois.

Chiang, M. and Gau, S. F. (2008). Validation of attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder subtypes among Taiwanese children using neuropsychological functioning. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 42(6), 526-535.

Chiang, M., Cazier, S., Harper, J. and Boes, S. (2007). The media's impact on eating habits of children. Paper presented at the Georgia School Counselors Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Dilmore, V. (2014). A neuropsychological approach to using the Rorschach in an Aphasic population. Paper presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, Boston, MA.

Dixit, S. (2014). The journey of an Orphan: Across personal and mythical terrains. Paper presented at the Duquesne University, Department of Psychology Alumni Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Dixit, S. (2014). Whose body am I living in? Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Dixit, S. (2014). Whose body am I living in? Paper presented at the Merleau-Ponty and Psychology Student Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Dunn, J. (2014). Vampirism and borderline phenomena: What carmilla has to tell us about countertransference with borderline structured patients. Metaxu, 1(1).

Dunn, J. (2013). Found objects, secret spaces, assemblage. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Fitzpatrick, T. (2013). Primitive defenses and unilateral termination of psychotherapy. Paper presented at the Society for Personality Assessment Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Fitzpatrick, T. (2010). Sophie's Story: Moving toward a phenomenological feminism. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Graduate Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Futrell, J. (2014). Affirming the other in psychotherapy. Metaxu, 1(1).

Gottlieb, R. (2013). Clinical psychology: How queer. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Gottlieb, R. (2013). Drunk and documented: Content analysis of an alcohol themed photoblog. Paper presented at the Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign-Urbana, IL.

Gottlieb, R. (2014). Confronting clinical psychology: A crisis of faith in an impossible discipline. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Gruner, D. (2014). A time and place for emotion in children's education. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Gupta, N. (2014). Levinas and psychology: Transgenerational trauma as the duty of love. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Gupta, N. (2014). Stories of Faith, stories of humanity: Using phenomenological methods to launch an interfaith digital storytelling intervention. Paper presented at the 32nd International Human Science Research Conference, Aalborg, Denmark.

Gupta, N. (2013). Stories of faith, stories of humanity: Launching a digital storytelling project to facilitate interfaith dialogue. Paper presented at the Ninth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign.

Hall, T. (2012). Trauma and disaster: A critique of Robert Stolorow's theory of trauma. Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Division 32, Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hamilton, S. (2014). Understanding the lived experience of ADHD: A holistic approach to understanding ADHD and implications for treatment. Metaxu, 1(1).

Hamilton, S. (2012). The Survivor, the stereotype, and agency: The necessity of creating a space for the individual's experience. Paper presented at the Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

Hasek, W. (2014). Before any contribution by memory: A phenomenological critique of the concept of projection. Metaxu, 1(1).

Hasek, W. (2014). A human science approach to neurocognitive assessment. Paper presented at the Duquesne University, Department of Psychology Alumni Conference, Pittsburgh, PA

Hasek, W. (2013). The history of methamphetamines in America and its implications for treatment of addiction. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne Univeristy, Pittsburgh, PA

Hasek, W. (2012). Integrating a human science perspective into introduction to psychology classes. Paper presented at the Graduate Association of Psychology Conference 2012, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hasek, W. (2012). Why phenomenology has nothing to do with the concept of "lived experience". Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hasek, W. (2011). Before any contribution by memory: A phenomenological critique of the concept of projection. Paper presented at the Psychology and the Other Conference, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA.

Hasek, W. (2011). Grammar and play: Children and the use of non-literal language. Paper presented at the Conference for the Society of Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, Philadelphia, PA.

Hasek, W. (2011). Notes on the concept of style in scientific writing. Paper presented at the Derrida and Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Hasek, W. (2010). Existential psychotherapy and the later Heidegger. Paper presented at the Graduate Association of Psychology Conference, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Kelly, S. (2014). Psychoanalysis as an art of madness. Metaxu, 1(1).

Kelly, S. (2012). Lacanian approach to addiction treatment: The case of Dawn. Paper presented at the French Psychoanalysis Class, Emory Psychoanalytic Institute, Atlanta, GA.

Kelly, S. (2012). Psychoanalysis as the Art of Madness. Paper presented at the Affiliated Psychoanalytic Workgroups Study Weekend, Fordham University, New York, NY.

Kelly, S. (2012). Using a Lacanian approach in psychotherapy. Paper presented at the Lacanian Psychoanalysis Class, University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA.

Kelly, S., & Malone, K. (2012). Beyond objectivity to extimité: Feminist epistemology and psychoanalysis. In A. Gülerce (Ed.), Re(con)figuring Psychoanalysis: Critical Juxtapositions of the Philosophical, the Sociohistorical, and the Political. Palgrave MacMillian Press.

Kelly, S., & Malone, K. (2011). Leverage of the letter in the emergence of desire: A case of presumed addiction. Lacan and Addictions: An Anthology. Karnac Press.

Malone, K., Roberts, J., & Kelly, S. (2011). The position of the subject in the clinic. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, Division 24: Theoretical & Philosophical Psychology, Wahington, D.C.

Kelly, S. (2014). Doing without the father after having made use of him: Some thoughts on the intersection of theory and clinical practice. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Kiskiras, N. (2010). Singing the fat soul: An autoethnographic account. Paper presented at the 6th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, Illinois.

Koelsch, L., & Kelly, S. (2012). The never-ending hangover: Private embarrassment for public consumption. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Women in Psychology, Palm Spring, CA.

Kurdieh, I. (2010). The mark of my name: Crisis at the border. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Graduate Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Kurdieh, I. (2010). The mark of my name. Paper presented at the 6th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, Illinois.

Larson, A. (2014). Instead of transcendence: Thinking outside the gender dichotomy in the work of Straus and Young. Humanistic Psychologist, 42(1), 83-87.

Larson, A. (2013). Hermeneutics of Love. Paper presented at the APA Division 32 Annual Conference, Community in Difference, Palo Alto, CA.

Larson, A. (2013). American Indian horizons in humanistic psychology. Paper presented at the Community in Difference, Palo Alto, CA.

Larson, A., Arroyo, J., O'Connor, C., Rusczek, J., & Brooke, R. (2012). Erwin Straus and the upright posture: Critical reflections. Paper presented at the 2012 International Human Science Research Conference, University of Quebec, Montreal.

Mahone, D. (2013). Helping Vets with readjustment. Health Progress, Journal of the Catholic Health Association, 94(3), 31-37.

Mahone, D. (2012). Checkpoints for the warrior's return to the civilian world: On learning to mingle with the natives. Paper presented at the Allegheny County Careerlinks Career Transitions Workshop for Veterans, Pittsburgh, PA.

Mahone, D. (2011). A gathering field: Artistic openness, speaking sticks, and Merleau-Ponty. Paper presented at the Graduate student panel: Exploring implicit dimesnions of lived experience through Merleau-Ponty, Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, Philadelphia, PA.

Mahone, D. (2011). Imaging forth the body-memory-trauma of miscarriage. Paper presented at the 2011 Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Chicago, IL.

Mahone, D. (2010). Listening to the grass: The ecology of childhood spirituality. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Graduate Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Malone, K., & Kelly, S. (2012). Beyond objectivity to Extimité: Feminist epistemology and psychoanalysis. In A. Gülerce (Ed.), Critical Explorations through Psychoanalysis: In Between Dynamics of Psychic Singularity and Praxis of Universal Solidarity. Hampshire: Palgrave MacMillian press.

McCann, C. (2013). Faces make faces: A mimetic reading of Winnicott's mirror-role. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

McCann, C. (2014). Living with contaminated water near sites of unconventional Marcellus Shale extraction: Methodological questions. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

McCann, C. (2014). Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology of speech in depth psychotherapy. Paper presented at the Merleau-Ponty and Psychology Student Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

O'Brien, P. (2014). Why did you say that?! The phenomenology of an uncanny experience. Paper presented at the Merleau-Ponty and Psychology Student Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

O'Connor, C. (2014). Fluidity and intersubjectivity: A feminist perspective on embodying uprightness. Humanistic Psychologist, 42(1), 88-93.

O'Connor, C. (2014). The end of the beginning: Reflections of a developing therapist. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

O'Connor, C. (2014). Fluidity and intersubjectivity: A feminist perspective on embodying uprightness. Paper presented at the Duquesne University, Department of Psychology Alumni Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

O'Connor, C. (2013). The therapist as victim and perpetrator: Ferenczi and the impossibility of my work. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

O'Connor. (2012). Fluidity and Intersubjectivity: A Feminist Perspective on Embodying Uprightness. Paper presented at the International Human Science Research Conference, Montreal.

O'Connor. (2012). Hypnotherapy as Situated Practice. Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, APA Division 32, Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Payton, J. (2012). Keep on trucking: Navigating a new phase of life. Paper presented at the Society for Personality Assessment Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Wagner, K., Parnell, S., Barackman, A., & Payton, J. (2012). Bringing tests to life: The home. Paper presented at the Society for Personality Assessment, Chicago, IL.

Payton, J. (2010). Whatever happened to the Sangha: Mindfulness meditation and depression in the West. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Graduate Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Pena, E., Kjaieallah, T., Chiang, M.-C., He, Y., Bennasar, M. C., & Rapini, S. (2013). Psychotherapy, supervision, and training in U.S. heritage languages: Spanish, Mandarin/Cantonese, and Arabic. Paper presented at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit 2013, Houston, TX.

Pietrusza, C. (2014). From the dyadic to the triadic: Nonborderline children of mothers with borderline personality disorder. Metaxu, 1(1).

Pietrusza, C. (2014). A chance to cut is a chance to heal: The Levinasian ethics of BDSM practice. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pietrusza, C. (2013). Learning dwelling, building home: A phenomenological case study. Paper presented at the Society for the Phenomenology in the Human Sciences Annual Conference, Eugene, OR.

Whitlock, J., Pietrusza, C., & Purington, A. (2013). Young adult respondent experiences of disclosing self-injury, suicide-related behavior, and psychological distress in a web-based survey. Archives of Suicide Research, 17(1).

Pietrusza, C. (2013). Notes on a structural theory distinguishing borderline and antisocial phenomena. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pietrusza, C. (2013). On (not) getting the Zabriskie Point: Antonioni's transnational perspective on 1960s American counterculture. Paper presented at the Duquesne University English Graduate Student Association's (anti)Foundations Interdisciplinary Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pietrusza, C. (2012). Communities of concern: The impact of online discussions about self-injury. Paper presented at the Annual Conference for the Association for Women in Psychology, Palm Springs, CA.

Pietrusza, C. (2012). Making contact: Toward a phenomenology of self-injury. Paper presented at the Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pietrusza, C. (2012). Suicide watch: A qualitative analysis of help-seeking and advice-giving for suicidal ideation in an online community. Paper presented at the Eastern Psychological Association 2012 Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pittenger, F. (2014). From an epistemology of faith to everyday understanding: Reflections on Kierkegaard, Rosenzweig, and clinical practice. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 54(3), 377-388.

Pittenger, F. (2014). Intolerable inheritance-Debts, departures, and derivations in Freud's development of the death instinct. Paper presented at the Duquesne University, Psychology Alumni Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pittenger, F. (2012). Inscrutable gods, inscrutable skulls: Cetacean phrenology as tautegorical theology in Moby-Dick. Paper presented at the Florida State University Department of Religion Graduate Student Symposium: "Beyond Borders: Constructing, Deconstructing, and Transgressing Boundaries", Tallahassee, Florida.

Rusczek, J. (2014). Living the upright posture with a disability: Challenges and lessons for a philosophical anthropology. Humanistic Psychologist, 42(1), 98-101.

Rusczek, J. (2012). Living the upright posture with a disability. Paper presented at the International Human Science Research Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Sheth, R. (2011). Studying the practice of psychology and constitution of psychologies in India. Paper presented at the 7th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign-Urbana, IL.

Sheth, R. (2010). Authoethnographic journeys of selves: Here and there/now and then. Paper presented at the 6th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, Illinois.

Gemignani, M. and Sheth, R. (2008). Critical perspectives on advising international graduate students of clinical and counseling psychology programs. Paper presented at the Fourth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Champaign, IL.

Simon, A. (2014). The transcendent World: A Merleau-Pontian reading of natural spaces. Paper presented at the Merleau-Ponty and Psychology Student Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

Simon, A. (2014). The transcendence of living speech and the alterity of the written word. Paper presented at the Duquesne University, Department of Psychology Alumni Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Simon, A. (2013). Sensorium and horizon. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Turgeon-Dharmoo, L. (2014). Pausing and supposing: The belated consideration of an instance of penile display in a 5-6 year-old boy. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Turgeon-Dharmoo, L. (2013). Unveilings of a monument for improved gender relations in India. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Verbos, J. (2014). World for word: The transformation of the social, embodied experience of reading in the acquisition of literacy. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Verbos, J. (2014). The terrible birth of a dead man: The failure of the text in the face of certain kinds of silence. Paper presented at the Duquesne University, Department of Psychology Alumni Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Wagner, K., & Lothian, A. (2014). Access and fandom: Disability studies from a feminist science fiction perspective. DSQ: Disability Studies Quarterly, 34(2).

Goicoecea, J., Wagner, K., & Yahalom, J. (2014). Group counseling for at-risk, African American youth: A collaboration between therapists and artists. Journal of Creativity and Mental Health, 9(1), 69-82.

Wagner, K. (2014). Sustaining disability within the psychotherapy context: The lived experience of therapists with disabilities. Paper presented at the Society for Disabilities Studies 27th Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Wagner, K. (2013). Depression in deaf and hard-of-hearing women: A phenomenological understanding. Paper presented at the American Women in Psychology, Salt Lake City, UT.

Wagner, K. (2013). The phenomenology of sign language. Paper presented at the Association for Women in Psychology, Salt Lake City, UT.

Wagner, K., Parnell, S., Barackman, A., & Payton, J. (2012). Bringing tests to life: The home. Paper presented at the Society for Personality Assessment, Chicago, IL.

Yahalom, J. (2014). A phenomenological review of Alzheimer's Disease: Philosophical and psychotherapeutic considerations. Metaxu, 1(1).

Yahalom, J. (2014). The ethical dimension in palliative care: Reflections on Heidegger, Levinas, and Derrida. Paper presented at the 7th Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Palo Alto, CA.

Yahalom, J. (2014). Senescence. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Yahalom, J. (2013). Qualitative research in secluded communities: Explorations in Amish psychology. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA

Yahalom, J. (2013). Mothers and the phenomenology of the memorable photograph. Phenomenology and Practice, 7(1).

Yahalom, J. (2012). Psychotherapy in epicurean philosophy. Paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Pittsburgh, PA.

Yahalom, J. (2011). Inculcated identity: An autoethnography of the Jewish-American experience. Paper presented at the 39th Annual National Association for Ethnic Studies, Claremont, CA.

Yahalom, J. (2012). Social representations of Alzheimer's disease. Paper presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, Vancouver, BA, Canada.

Young, S. (2014). In the shadow of white men--A Jungian approach to racial projection and the white male unconscious. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Graduate Association of Psychology Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.