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TimestampName of faculty memberWould you like for undergraduates to contact you to assist with your research during the 2012-2013 year?Please list your email address or phone extension (whichever you prefer most) for students to contact you.Do you limit undergraduates who want to assist with your research to one campus?Briefly describe the type or topic of your research that is suitable for undergraduate RA participation.

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9/12/2012 7:00:48Steven MeyersNo

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9/12/2012 9:46:08WygonikNoewygonik@roosevelt.edu

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9/12/2012 12:20:49Jackie DeulingNo

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9/13/2012 9:33:50Jeri MorrisNo

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9/13/2012 9:35:25Amy RobertsYesaroberts06@roosevelt.eduStudents can participate on my research team on either campus.Students' experiences of campus climate at an ethnically diverse university (downtown): The present study examines the influence of stress, campus climate, and ethnic identity on academic persistence among Roosevelt undergrads.

The Effect of Violence Exposure on Subjective Adulthood Among Ethnically Diverse Urban Emerging Adults (downtown): This study will examine whether violence exposure and attending college influence 18-25 year olds reports of having reached adulthood.

Family Dynamics Survey (either campus): This study seeks to describe cultural differences in children's participation in chores and whether this participation influences parent reports of work-life balance.

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9/13/2012 12:11:36ChocaYesjchoca@roosevelt.eduStudents can participate on my research team on either campus.Collecting data to standardize a new version of the Halstead Category Test, a neuropsychological instrument.

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9/15/2012 9:59:28Joe MazzolaNoWorkplace health and stress. I would like to have them eventually, just don't think I'll have anything up and running this semester quick enough for them to get a meaningful experience.

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9/15/2012 23:10:21Melissa SiscoYesmsisco01@roosevelt.eduTrauma recovery (vets, former gang members, youth exposed to violence), community mobilization towards creating change, mentorship, and fundraising/grantwriting.

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9/20/2012 22:38:38ColemanNo

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9/20/2012 22:57:57Lisa LuYesLlu@roosevelt.eduStudents need to be downtown for my research team.Need blind raters to code videos. Require 1 year committment. Must have taken Research Methods, Intro to Stats, and at least one course in biological basis of behavior (PSYC 310, PSYC 336, PSYC 350) or cognitive psychology (PSYC 325, PSYC 326).

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9/21/2012 10:59:12DiSpignoYesgdispigno@roosevelt.eduStudents can participate on my research team on either campus.1) Productivity improvement

2) Incongruity between organizational
bjectives and action, practices and/or polocies.

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9/21/2012 15:08:28McBrideNocamcbride@roosevelt.edu

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9/21/2012 18:50:04BerkowitzNo

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9/22/2012 13:20:23Susan Torres-HardingNo

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9/26/2012 9:13:11Steve KvaalNo

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9/26/2012 9:52:44Catherine CampbellNo

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9/26/2012 10:48:53Kimberly DienesYeskdienes@roosevelt.eduStudents need to be downtown for my research team.We hypothesize that there is a “stress sensitive” phenotype that would include high chronic stress, the presence of severe stressful life events, the presence of early adversity, and personality variables that have been related to negative reactions to stress in past research. We also hypothesize that because of the strong link between stress and depression, “stress sensitive” individuals may be more likely to develop depression following a severe life stressor, although future longitudinal research is needed to test this last hypothesis.
Currently the twelve students in my lab are using data from my dissertation to pilot their ideas about what the “stress sensitive” individual would look like. They are all working on abstracts to submit to national conferences about their ideas and findings. We began running a study in May of 2011 to test our hypotheses about the “stress sensitive” phenotype. The students have been trained on the Life Stress Interview (LSI) which assesses chronic and episodic stress over the past year, the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST) which is a well-validated social stressor that reliably elicits a cortisol response, and they will be trained on the Early Adversity Interview. We will sample cortisol daily at four time points for two days to assess daily cortisol patterns, and at several time points across the TSST to determine acute stress reactivity. We are also attempting to examine interventions for stress sensitivity. We are assessing the cortisol awakening response (CAR) pre and post a stress reduction intervention administered by the Roosevelt University Counseling center.

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9/26/2012 10:56:44a thomasNo

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9/26/2012 11:52:57Brian SiersNobriansiers@gmail.comStudents can participate on my research team on either campus.I have a full compliment of graduate and undergraduate students working on projects at this time.