RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS BY LAB AFFILIATES

REPRESENTATIVE SCIENTIFIC POSTERS

Negative Emotional Action Termination (NEAT) impairment mediates the relationship between childhood trauma and suicidal behavior􀀂􀀁 Evidence for a neurobehavioral “scar” of early abuse and neglect from a psychiatric inpatient sampleImpaired negative emotional response inhibition: A cognitive mechanism supporting negative urgency in nonsuicidal self-injuryImpaired negative emotional response inhibition (NERI) is associated with suicidal ideation in a high-risk community sample

SYMPOSIUM PRESENTATIONS (TALKS)

*Edenbaum, E.R., *Goldstein, O.C., & Allen, K.J.D. (2020, May). Recognizing risk: Affective control deficits in proposed NSSI subtypes. Presented at the 2020 Oberlin College Undergraduate Research Symposium, Oberlin, OH.

*Sammon, M.M., *Kramer, M.A., *Wu, J., *Wu, C., & Allen, K.J.D. (2020, May). Negative emotional action termination: An empirical validation. Presented at the 2020 Oberlin College Undergraduate Research Symposium, Oberlin, OH.

Allen, K.J.D., Armey, M.F., Hooley, J.M., & Schatten, H.T. (2019, November). Can brief neuropsychological tasks aid in suicide risk assessment? Towards objective markers of transdiagnostic vulnerability to suicidal thoughts and behaviors. In K.J.D. Allen & B.A. Ammerman (Co-chairs), A translational approach to suicide risk assessment: Novel methodologies with implications for diverse populations and settings. Presented at the 53rd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Atlanta, GA.

Allen, K.J.D., Schatten, H.T., Nugent, N.R., & Armey, M.F. (2019, November). Inhibitory control over emotion mediates the association between childhood trauma and suicidal behavior: A neurobehavioral “scar” of early abuse and neglect. In K.J.D. Allen (Chair), Cognition and emotion in self-injury and suicide: Evidence for novel state and trait risk markers from objective assessment and intensive longitudinal designs. Presented at the 53rd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Atlanta, GA.

*Indicates student and trainee co-authors. C.A.S.H. Lab members and affiliates are highlighted in bold.

SCIENTIFIC POSTER PRESENTATIONS

*Ware, K.A., *Myles, A.C., & Allen, K.J.D. (2020, May). Negative emotional interference inhibition: A neurocognitive process implicated in rumination and Borderline Personality Disorder. Presented at the 2020 Oberlin College Undergraduate Research Symposium, Oberlin, OH.

*Ngai, H.M., Allen, K.J.D., *Goldstein, Y., Fox, K.R., & Hooley, J.M. (2020, February). Emotional response inhibition and borderline personality in people who self-injure. To be presented at the Morehouse School of Medicine 32nd Annual Curtis L. Parker Student Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA.

*Edenbaum, E.R., *Goldstein, O.C., Fox, K.R., & Allen, K.J.D. (2019, November). Temporal precedence of nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and suicidal ideation onset: Evidence for potential NSSI subtypes from a decision-making task. Presented at the 53rd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (Suicide & Self-Injury Special Interest Group Exposition), Atlanta, GA.

*Randall, A.B., Allen, K.J.D., *Sandler, J.F., *Schillinger, D.J., *Kelner, W.C., Schatten, H.T., Miller, I.W., & Armey, M.F. (2019, November). Examining the relationship between insomnia severity and non-suicidal self-injury frequency among adult psychiatric inpatients. Presented at the 53rd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Atlanta, GA.

*Sandler, J.F., Allen, K.J.D., *Kelner, W.C., *Randall, A.B., *Schillinger, D.J., Schatten, H.T., Miller, I.W., & Armey, M.F. (2019, November). 'Comfortably numb’: Non-suicidal self-injury while under the influence of alcohol and other substances may uniquely contribute to suicide risk. Presented at the 53rd Annual Convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Atlanta, GA.

*Malouf, D.T., *Bieber-Stanley, R.K., & Allen, K.J.D. (2019, September). Negative Emotional Response Inhibition (NERI) as a shared neurocognitive mechanism between nonsuicidal self-injury and eating disorders. Presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Research in Psychopathology, Buffalo, NY.

*Indicates student and trainee co-presenters. C.A.S.H. Lab members and affiliates are highlighted in bold.