Congratulations to Molly Basch, Marie Chardon, Stephanie Pinto and Rachel Sweenie! Each won poster and/or travel award(s) for their research presented at the Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference in Orlando, FL on April 4th – 7th or American Psychological Association Convention in San Fransisco, CA on August 9th-12th.
See below for their research presentations:
Basch MC, Mayer-Brown S, Robinson, ME, Janicke, DM. (2018, April). The Impact of Child and Mother Weight Cues on Virtual Human Pediatric Clinical Judgment: An Idiographic Approach.
Chardon, ML, Reynolds, CM, Basch, MC, Cardel, M., & Janicke, DM. (2018, April). The Relationship between Subjective Social Status, Depression Symptoms, and Sleep Problems in a Low Socioeconomic Status Adolescent Sample.
Pinto, S, Basch, M, Chardon, M & Janicke, DM. (2018, April). Parental and peer encouragement to diet as a predictor of disordered eating in youth.
Sweenie, R, Basch, M, Ding, K, Pinto, S, Chardon, M, Janicke, DM, & Fedele, DA. (2018, August). Psychosocial & health outcomes in adolescents with asthma: Subjective socioeconomic status.