Thanks to the awesome Dr. Joe Currin for making our amazing lab logo!
There is also so much going on as well in the lab for both assessment research and the treatment seeking work. I have several papers out right now on the MMPI-2-RF, much of it based on the papers we have presented in the last at the MMPI symposium (such as this, this, and this). I’m also working with Brittney and Nikki Brittney and Nikki on another paper we plan to submit shortly that is evaluating PTSD assessment tools. Likewise, several undergraduates are joining in the lab to help us collect data and one has even started to put together an exciting research proposal based on available data (more to come soon on that!). Although the grant to evaluate PTSD in an incarcerated minority youth sample wasn’t funded this summer, Dr. Adam Schmidt and I received a very favorable review and an invited re-submission next year and we are looking forward to that in a few months from now.
As for stigma and treatment seeking research, data collection for the gender roles and Latinx project is ongoing. Recruitment picked up this year and are in talks about poster submissions using that data at APA. Data collection on stigma and health behaviors in response to physical pain ended last spring and Dr. Shinye Kim and I are in the midst of analysis. More to come!