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Full Schedule with Speakers and Topics


List of Speakers

July 7 & 8, 2001       CE Workshops Listing

Building Resilience and Strengthening Families: Peace Within, Peace Between, and Peace Among:   Sandra Neil, Clinical Psychologist and Family Therapist, The Satir Centre of Australia and Ediith Grotberg, Senior Scientist, the Civitan International Research Center

Crossing Boundaries: Teens and Tolerance: Elaine Leader, Executive Director of TEEN LINE in Los Angeles, California USA

Using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Cross-Culturally: Pamela Hays, Central Peninsula Counseling Services, Kenai, Alaska USA

Generational Wisdom: From Boomers to Gen-X and Beyond:  Beth Hedva, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology

The Internet's Capacity as a Healing or Hurtful Medium: Harold Finkleman, Research Journalist

 

July 9, 2001

6:30pm - 7:3opm

Keynote: E-LEARNING FUTURE - THE CONTRIBUTION OF PSYCHOLOGY

Dietrich Albert, Hiroshima University, Japan and University of Graz, Austria

   

July 10, 2001

8:30 am - 10:00 am

Paper Session: Trauma, Violence and Ethics                           

Chairperson: Gail Berkove, Michigan, USA

8:30-8:45

The relationship between traumatic stress and personality variables among community residents exposed to a train disaster

Man Cheung Chung, University of Plymouth, UK                                                

8:45-9:00

DISPOSAL OF A NOBODY : BURIAL OF A MISCARRIAGE

Jenny Littlewood, South Bank University, Leti Littlewood, The London Institute of Fashion and Design, UK                                                                                       

9:00-9:15

ATTACHMENT STYLES IN SEXUALLY ABUSED AND TRAUMATIZED MALES

Deborah A. Weber, Texas A&M University, USA                                                               

9:15-9:30

Violence in Indonesia

Sarlito Wirawan Sarwono, University of Indonesia

9:30-9:45

INCULCATION OF NONVIOLENCE: A PROACTIVE APPROACH

Manisha SEN, University of Mumbai, India                                                               

9:45-10:00

THE STATE-TRAIT MORALITY INVENTORY (STMI): THE CASE OF SITUATIONAL ETHICS

Carole A. Rayburn, Ph.D. Private Practice, Silver Spring, MD, USA                   

   

July 10, 2001

8:30 am - 10:00 am

Symposium: THE ROLE OF COPING STYLE AND OPTIMAL EXPERIENCE IN MEDICAL REHABILITATION                                                                                               

Chair: Anna Laura Comunian, University of Padua, Italy

8:30-8:45

DISABILITY AND THE QUALITY OF DAILY EXPERIENCE

Fausto Massimini, Antonella Delle Fave, University of Milano, Italy

8:45-9:00

DISABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY

Antonella Delle Fave, Manuela Lombardi, University of Milano, Italy

9:00-9:15

PROJECT “CHANGE”: QUALITY OF LIFE AND AUTONOMY IN DISABILITY

Virginio Marchesi, Daniela Soave, Cooperativa Sociale GEODE, Arluno, Milano, Italy

9:15-9:30

MOTOR REHABILITATION OF THE HEMIPLEGIC PATIENT  THROUGH ELECTRONIC SYSTEM ARRANGED BIOFEEDBACK ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND VIRTUAL REALITY (VR)

Andrea Meneghini, University of Padova, Italy

9:30-9:45

HANDICAP REHABILITATION AND FAMILY: RELATIONAL DYNAMICS AND PROGRAMS OF INTERVENTION

Mosconi A., Becci P., Gallo. L., Centro Padovano di Terapia della Famiglia; Padua Italy

9:45-10:00

COPING RESOURCES IN REHABILITATION

Anna Laura Comunian, University of Padua, Italy

   

July 10, 2001

8:30 am - 10:00 am

Conversation Hour: CREATIVITY AND ITS DEVELOPMENT               

Stephanie Z. Dudek, University of Montreal, CA

   

July 10, 2001

10:30 am - 12:15 am

Plenary Session: ICP Specials                                                                       

10:30-11:15

THE "SPIRIT" OF ICP IN A HISTORIC PERSPECTIVE

Past President Esther Halpern, Tel Aviv University, Israel                                      

11:15-12:00

SOCIETY FOR ALL AGES

President Matti K. Gershenfeld, Philadelphia, PA, USA

 

12:00pm -1:30 pm

Lunch with Interest Groups

 

1.      Counseling and Psychotherapy - Kerry Cronan and Judith Paphazy

2.      Creativity and Personality - Stephanie Dudek

3.      Cross-Cultural Issues/Research - Anna Laura Comunian

4.      Educational Psychology and International Exchange - Hagop Pambookian

5.      Environmental Psychology - Sigrid Hopf

6.      Forensic Psychology - Elizabeth Bishop

7.      Gender Research - Lynn Collins, Carol Rayburn, Joan Chrisler

8.      Health Psychology - Walter Griesinger (will not be present)

9.      Peace, International Relations, Human Rights - Sandra Neil, Harold Takooshian

10. Organizational Psychology - Kenneth Elliot

11. School Psychology and Child Development - Antoinette Thomas

12. Women's Health Issues - Frances Culbertson

 

July 10, 2001

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Paper Session: Stress, Anxiety and Coping                                                         

Chairperson: Roswith Roth, University of Graz, Austria

1:30-1:45

ON THE "HOW" AND "WHAT" APPROACHES UNDERLYING STRESS-COPING RESEARCH

Seisoh Sukemune, Mukogawa Women's University, Nishinomiya, Japan            

1:45-2:00

DISCRIMINATIVE FACILITY: COGNITIVE MECHANISMS OF COPING

Cecilia Cheng, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China

2:00-2:15

THE EFFECT OF A REHABILITATION PROGRAMME ON ANXIETY, DEPRESSION AND COPING STRATEGIES IN CHRONIC ALCOHOLICS

Judora J Spangenberg and Latifa Soobedar University of Stellenbosch, South Africa                                                                                                                                      

2:15-2:30

INDIVIDUAL PROGRESS IN GROUP ANXIETY THERAPY REFLECTED ON DRAWINGS

Antoinette D. Thomas, St. Lambert, Quebec, Canada, John Getz, PennState Geisinger Health Service, USA                                                                                    

2:30-2:45

THE CHAD-DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT

Roseline D. Davido, Paris, France                                                                        

2:45-3:00

EMOTIONAL CLIMATES AND CULTURE OF PEACE IN JAPANESE STUDENTS

Takehiko Ito, Wako University, Tokyo, Japant                                                                       

   

July 10, 2001

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Symposium: FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY ISSUES                          

Chairperson and Discussant: Elizabeth S. Bishop, Arbor Psychological Consultants, Michigan USA

1:30-1:45

BALANCING RIGHTS: AN UPDATE

Lita Linzer Schwartz, Pennsylvania State University, USA

1:45-2:00

FILIPINO PETITIONERS AND RESPONDENTS FOR MARITAL NULLITY: TEMPERAMENT PATTERNS, IDENTITY, AND MENTAL HEALTH

Natividad A. Dayan, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines

Maria Theresa Medina, Ateneo de Manila University, Manila, Philippines

2:00-2:15

PSYCHOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: A MATCH MADE IN HEAVEN OR MARRIAGE FROM HELL?

Sherri McCarthy-Tucker, Augustus Little, Suzanne Little, Northern Arizona University, USA

2:15-2:30

PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS IN CASES OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

Elizabeth S. Bishop, Arbor Psychological Consultants, Michigan USA

2:30-2:45

EVALUATIONS OF COMPETENCE TO STAND TRIAL

Ludwig F. Lowenstein, Allington Manor, Fair Oaks, Hampshire, UK

   

July 10, 2001

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Conversation Hour                                                                                  

A CONVERSATION ABOUT THE GENERATIONS; FROM BEFORE BOOMERS TO GEN-X AND BEYOND

Beth Hedva, Ph.D., Institute of Transpersonal Psychology's Global Program, Calgary, CA                                                                                                                          

 

 

July 10, 2001

3:30pm - 4:30pm

Presentation of the Winner of the ICP Research Award 2001

Chairperson: Sukemune Seisoh, Mukogawa Women's University, Nishinomiya, Japan

 

 

July 10, 2001

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Paper Session: Organizations and Management                                  

Chairperson: Dietrich Albert, Hiroshima University, Japan and University of Graz, Austria

3:30-3:45

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT – THE WAY FORWARD

Hermann Spangenberg, Callie Theron, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

3:45-4:00

AN EXPLORITORY STUDY INTO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FITNESS, STRESS AND ORGANISATIONAL COMMITTMENT

Antonia M Dietmann, Leeds University, Leeds UK                                                      

4:00-4:15

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INGRATIATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP  BEHAVIOUR: THE MODERATING INFLUENCE OF EMPLOYEE STATUS.

Olufemi A Lawal, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria.                                             

4:15-4:30

PSYCHO-SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF WORK PERFORMANCE AND BANK INSOLVENCY IN NIGERIA TOWARDS A RESOLUTION MODEL.

Adeshina Ojo, Industrial Relations & Personnel Management, UniLag, Nigeria.

4:30-4:45

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MACHIAVELLIANISM AND PERFORMANCE OF AUTOMOBILE SALESPERSONS

Abdul Aziz, University of Charleston, USA.                                                              

4:45-5:00

GLASS CEILING IN THE UNIVERSITY

Ana Guil Bozal, University of Sevilla, Spain                                                                       

5:00-5:15

ADJUSTING INFLUENCE TO CHINESE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BY ORIENTAL THEOLOGY

Gao Lin, Kunshan Teacher Training School, Jiangsu China, Jin Wenxi, University of Lincolnshire and Humberside, UK                              

5:15-5:30

IMPROVING CAREER SERVICES IN BOTSWANA THROUGH CAREER RESOURCE CENTRES

Amos Alao, University of Botswana, Botswana

   

July 10, 2001

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Symosium THE "SILENT REVOLUTION", A SOCIETY FOR ALL AGES AND ICP

Moderator: Matti K. Gershenfeld Philadelphia, PA, USA

GROWING OLDER: FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE

Florence Denmark, Pace University, New York, NY, USA

HOW DO POOR PHILIPINO OLDER PERSONS COPE? WHAT TECHIQUES OR INTERVENTIONS ARE EFFECTIVE?

Natividad Dayan, Dayan's Psych Clinic, Manila, Phillipines

AM I TOO OLD TO CHANGE? EDUCATION AS AN INTERVENTION FOR GROWTH

Irene Deitch, College of Staten Island, NY, USA

FRIDAYS IN NURSING HOME: TREATMENT, ADVOCACY, TRAINING

Matti K. Gershenfeld, Philadelphia, PA USA

   

July 10, 2001

3:30 pm - 5:15 pm

Paper Session: Health and Well-being                                              

Chairperson: Ludwig Lowenstein, Allington Manor, Fair Oaks, Hampshire, England

3:30-3:45

HEALTH-ENDANGERING BEHAVIORS AMONG JAPANESE COLLEGE STUDENTS: TEST OF A BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL

Mika OMORI, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Gary INGERSOLL, Indiana University, USA.                                                                                                                          

3:45-4:00

INTERNATIONAL AND AMERICAN STUDENTS HEALTH BEHAVIORS IN COLLEGE

HARJU, Beverly L., Krista L. Valz, East Carolina University, North Carolina, USA

4:00-4:15

MENARCHE STORIES II; REMINISCENSES OF COLLEGE STUDENTS FROM AUSTRIA, INDIA, LEBANON, AND NIGERIA

Joan C. Chrisler, Jennifer A. Gorman, Maryanne McGinn, and Katherine D.

Hoerster, Connecticut College, New London, CT, USA                           

4:15-4:30

SUSTO AND ATAQUES DE NERVIOS: WHAT FOLK ILLNESSES TELL US ABOUT TREATMENT AND THE CULTURAL FRAMING OF MENTAL DISORDERS

Jay R. Stewart, Bowling Green State University, OH, USA                                           

4:30-4:45

Psychic well-being, religion, logos, intuition and rational emotive therapy: supplements to the 58th ICP presentation  

Satoru Nishizawa, Hokkai Gakuen University, Japan                        

4:45-5:00

Perception of clinical psychologists of the import of the formal evaluation of adaptive functioning in the diagnosis of dementia.

Debo Akande, Potchefstroom University, South Africa                          

5:00-5:15

AGEING IN CAMEROON: PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPEcTIVES

Maureen Ebanga Tanyi, University of Yarounde, Cameroon, Africa

   

7:30 (app)             Evening Trip to Stonhenge

   

July 11, 2001

7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast with Matti Gershenfeld: Meeting with Area Chairs

   

July 11, 2001

8:30am - 10:00 am

Symposium: A STUDY OF RESILIENCE PROMOTION IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Judith E. Paphazy, Melbourne, Australia, Edith H. Grotberg, Arlington, USA

   

July 11, 2001

8:30am - 10:00 am

Conversation Hour: Beliefs and Behaviour

Prof Jacobus C Kok, RAU, South Africa                                                              

 

 

8:30am - 10:00 am

Conversation Hour: HUMOR, WISDOM, SPIRIT: CLINICAL PRACTICE WITH CULTURALLY DIVERSE ELDERS

Pamela A. Hays, Central Peninsula Counseling Services, Kenai, Alaska, USA

 

July 11, 2001

8:30am - 10:00 am

Conversation Hour: GROUP THERAPY FOR DEPRESSED WOMEN AND WHAT THEY HAVE TAUGHT US                                                                                    

M. Consuelo Barreda-Hanson, The Canberra Hospital, Australia        

   

July 11, 2001

10:30 am - 12:00 noon

Symposium:ICP at the United Nations

Chairperson: Selma Sapir, Bank Street College, NY, USA

Eva Sandis, Fordham University, NY, USA

Margot Nadien, Fordham University, NY, USA

Alfred Weiss

Martin Fischer

Florence Denmark, Pace University, New York, NY, USA

   

July 11, 2001

10:30 am - 12:00 noon

Conversation Hour: HOMICIDE AND SUICIDE AS KEYS TO EARLY CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE AND OTHER TRAUMA

Helene Simons, Chicago Board of Education, Cihicago IL, USA               

 

 

July 11, 2001

10:30 am - 12:00 noon

Conversation Hour: ANTICIPATING THE INTERNET'S CAPACITY AS A HEALING OR HURTFUL MEDIUM

Harold Finkleman, Finkleman Communications Ltd., Calgary, Canada                     

   

July 11, 2001

10:30 am - 12:00 noon

Conversation Hour: PSYCHOTHERAPY ACROSS THE PACIFIC: PEACE BETWEEN, PEACE AMONG, PEACE WITHIN

Jaswant L. Khanna, University of Tennessee, USA

Sandra E. S. Neil, Satir Centre, Melbourne, Australia

Robert L. N. Silverberg, University of Melbourne, Australia

Mukti Khanna, Evergreen College in Olympia, Washington, USA                           

 

  12:00 noon - 1:30 pm Lunch

   

July 11, 2001

1:30 pm - 3:15 pm

Paper Session: Developmental Issues                                                        

Chairperson: Antoinette D. Thomas, St. Lambert, Quebec, Canada

1:30-1:45

Parent Rearing Practice and Emotional and Anti Social Behavior of Adolescence

Siham Abu Eita, Hashemite University                                                                  

1:45-2:00

PARENTING STYLES OF CHINESE FATHERS IN HONG KONG

Vicky C. W. Tam & Rebecca S. Y. Lam, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China                                                                                                                         

2:00-2:15

ORDER EFFECTS ON NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TEST PERFORMANCE OF NORMAL, LEARNING DISABLED AND LOW FUNCTIONING CHILDREN

Dr Debo Akande, Potchefstroom University, South Africa                          

2:15-2:30

THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL BELIEFS, ATTITUDES, AND INVOLVEMENT ON CHILDREN'S ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

Rebecca S. Y. Lam & Vicky C. W. Tam, Hong Kong Baptist University Hong Kong, China                                                                                                                         

2:30-2:45

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTACHMENT STYLES, SELF-ESTEEM AND INTERPERSONAL COMPETENCE OF YOUNG ADULTS

Manisha Sen, Eshita Mandal, University of Mumbai, India                           

2:45-3:00

EXELLENCE IN YOUTH - MEDIOCRITY IN ADULTS: WHY?

Roberta M. Milgram, Tel Aviv University, Ramat Aviv Israel and College of Judea and Samaria, Ariel, Israel                                                                                                    

3:00 -3:15

THE SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENT'S PERCEPTION OF ABILITY SCALE

Abigail M. Adams, Social Work Program, UWC, South Africa                         

 

 

July 11, 2001

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Symposium: EMPOWERING WOMEN IN THE MILLENNIUM: MULTIPLE PATHWAYS                                                                                                            

Chairperson: Joan C. Chrisler, Connecticut College, CT, USA

Discussant: Florence Denmark, Pace University, NY, NY, USA

Empowering women through multi-cultural distance learning.

Mary Zahm, RI, USA.

Women and addiction: Empowerment through awareness.

Lynn H. Collins, La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Sports, leadership, and morality in women.

Carole A. Rayburn, Private practice, Silver Spring, MD, USA.

Is conflict real? Empowering mothers at work.

Lita Linzer Schwartz, Pennsylvania State: Abington College, PA, USA

Empowerment through art: Illuminating gender concepts by Audrey Flack's photorealistic portrait of Marilyn Monroe's iconography in Arizona, USA, Belgium, and Italy.

Joan Fimbel DiGiovanni, University Maryland University

College.

 

 

July 11, 2001

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Conversation Hour: TO CHANGE OURSELVES OR TO CHANGE OUR ENVIRONMENT?

Noach Milgram, Tel-Aviv University and the Academic College of Judea and Samaria, Israel                                                                                                               -

 

 

July 11, 2001

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Conversation Hour: TRANSFERENCE AND COUNTERTRANSFERENCE: THEIR USEFULNESS TO PSYCHOLOGIST IN THEIR EFFORTS TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF INDIVIDUALS AND SOCIETIES                                                  

Judith A. Schaeffer, Franciscan Family Wellness Program, Inc.; Colorado Springs, CO USA                                                                                                                           

July 11, 2001

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

  Conversation Hour:

Sandra Neil, The Satir Centre of Australia, Melbourne, Australia.                                 

   

July 11, 2001

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Conversation Hour: Clinical Issues in Working with Immigrant Children and Families

Laura Barbanel, Brooklyn College NY USA                                                   

 

July 11, 2001

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Conversation Hour: ESTABLISHING GUIDELINES FOR BIAS-FREE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH

Joy K. Rice, University of Wisconsin, USA.                          

 

 

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Conversation Hour: SCHOOL CRISIS MANAGEMENT, SUICIDE AND HOMICIDE PREVENTION - SCHOOL AND HOME COOPERATION

Charles L. Latimer, South Carolina, USA                                                                 

July 11, 2001

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Business Meeting