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LEONA.AIKEN@asu.edu

Professor
Psychology
Faculty
Mail Code: 1104

PSY 249A (Map)
(480)965-3494

Bio

Professor, Department of Psychology (Social, Quantitative), College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Area Head, Quantitative, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Education

Ph.D., Purdue University, 1970

Research Interests

Aiken's research interests include both quantitative methods and health psychology. In quantitative methods she is interested in continuous variable interactions in multiple regression. She is also interested in the use of design approaches and mediational analysis to untangle the effects of individual components in multi-component interventions. In health psychology, Aiken is interested in adoption of health protective behaviors across the life span, particularly among women, both from the perspectives of psychosocial models of the putative determinants of health protective behavior and from the perspective of interventions to increase health protective behavior. She has studied mammography screening, condom use, sun protection, and the adoption of hormone replacement therapy.

Research Projects

Health psychology projects: Determinants of perceived susceptibility to diseases of aging, post-decisional processes following the adoption of hormone replacement therapy, strategies for piercing perceptions of invulnerability to disease, understanding of osteoporosis risk and osteoporosis protective health practices among young women, determinants of use of sun protection against skin cancer among young adult males.

Quantitative psychology projects: Analysis of coarsely categorized outcome variables in multiple regression

Websites

Dr. Aiken's Faculty Page

Resilience Solutions Group

Courses

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 531 Multiple Regression/Psych Res

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PSY 330 Statistical Methods
PSY 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 532 Analysis of Multivariate Data

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 531 Multiple Regression/Psych Res

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PSY 330 Statistical Methods
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 532 Analysis of Multivariate Data

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PSY 330 Statistical Methods
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 531 Multiple Regression/Psych Res

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PSY 330 Statistical Methods
PSY 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 532 Analysis of Multivariate Data

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PSY 590 Reading and Conference
PSY 592 Research
PSY 599 Thesis
PSY 790 Reading and Conference
PSY 792 Research
PSY 799 Dissertation

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PGS 399 Supervised Research
PGS 499 Individualized Instruction
PSY 330 Statistical Methods
PSY 532 Analysis of Multivariate Data

Spring 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PSY 531 Multiple Regression/Psych Res

Fall 2009

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
PSY 330 Statistical Methods
PSY 532 Analysis of Multivariate Data

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Ranby*, K. W., Aiken, L. S., Gerend, M.A*., & Erchull, M.J*. (2010).. Perceived susceptibility measures are not Interchangeable: Absolute, direct comparative and indirect comparative risk clarified. Health Psychology (2010).

  2. Reuter, T*., Ziegelmann, J. P., Wiedermann*, A. U., Lippke, S. , Schuz, B., & Aiken, L. S. (2010).. Planning bridges the intention-behavior gap: Age makes a difference and strategy use explains why.. Psychology and Health (2010).

  3. Book chapter: Reid, A.E.*, Cialdini, R. B. ., & Aiken, L. S.. Social norms and health behavior.. Handbook of Behavioral Medicine: Methods and Application. New York: Springer (2010).

  4. Coxe*, S., West, S. G., & Aiken, L. S. (2009). The analysis of count data. Journal of Personality Assessment. The analysis of count data. Journal of Personality Assessment (2009).

  5. Ranby*, K.W., Aiken, L.S., MacKinnon, D. P., Elliot, D.L., Moe, E.L., McGinnis, W., Goldberg, L. (2009).. A Mediation Analysis of the ATHENA Intervention for Female Athletes: Prevention of Athletic-Enhancing Substance Use and Unhealthy Weight Loss Behaviors.. Journal of Pediatric Psychology (2009).

  6. Aiken, L.S., West, S. G., & Millsap, R. E.. Improved training in methodology enriches the science of psychology.. American Psychologist (2009).

  7. Aiken, L. S., West, S. G., & Millsap, R. E.. Doctoral Training in Statistics, Measurement, and Methodology in Psychology: Replication and Extension of the Aiken, West, Sechrest, and Reno (1990) Survey of Ph.D. programs in North America.. American Psychologist (2008).

  8. Book chapter: Aiken, L. S,. West, S. G., & Taylor, A. B.. Correlation methods/Regression Methods. Handbook of Research Methods in Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. (pp 79-106). (2008).

  9. Sarah Schmiege*, Leona Aiken, Jennifer Sander*, Mary Gerend*. Osteoporosis prevention among young women: Psychological models of calcium consumption and weight-bearing exercise. Health Psychology (2007).

  10. Book chapter: West, S. G., Aiken, L. S. , Taylor, A. B., & Wu, W.. Multiple regression: Application of the basics and beyond in personality research.. Handbook of research methods in personality psychology. Guilford (2007).

  11. A Taylor, S West, Leona Aiken. Loss of power in logistic, ordinal logistics, and probit regression when an outcome is coarsely categorized. Educational and Psychological Measurement (2006).

  12. K Jackson, Leona Aiken. Evaluation of a multi-component appearance-based sun-protective intervention for young women: Uncovering the mechanisms of program efficacy. Health Psychology (2006).

  13. L Reuhlman, P Karoly, Leona Aiken, M Todd, C Newton. Evaluating chronic pain impact among patients in primary care: Further validation of a brief assessment instrument. Pain Medicine (2006).

  14. Leona Aiken, J Butner, C Lockhart, B Volk-Craft, G Hamilton, F Williams. Outcome Evaluation of a Randomized Trial of the PhoenixCare Intervention: Program of Case Management and Coordinated Care for the Seriously Chronically Ill. Journal of Palliative Medicine (2006).

  15. M Gerend, Leona Aiken, M Erchull, M Lapin, J Mindy. Women's Use of Hormone Therapy Before and After the Women's Health Initiative: A Psychosocial Model of Stability and Change. Preventive Medicine (2006).

  16. M Gerend, M Erchull, Leona Aiken, J Maner. Reasons and risk: Factors underlying women's perceptions of susceptibility to osteoporosis. Maturitas (2006).

  17. Aiken, Leona S, West, S G. Interaction Effects. Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science. John Wiley & Sons (2005).

  18. West, S G, Aiken, Leona S. Multiple Linear Regression. Encyclopedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science. John Wiley & Sons (2005).

  19. L Reuhlman, P Karoly, C Newton, Leona Aiken. The development and preliminary validation of the profile of chronic pain: extended assessment battery. Pain (2005).

  20. L Ruehlman, Paul Karoly, C Newton, Leona Aiken. The development and preliminary validation of a brief measure of chronic pain impact for use in the general population. Pain (2005).

  21. Aiken, Leona S. Multiple Correlation. Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods. Sage (2004).

  22. Aiken, Leona S. Multiple Regression. Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods. Sage (2004).

  23. A Bryan, Leona Aiken, S West. HVI/STD risk among incarcerated adolescents: Optimism about the future and self-esteem as predictors of condom use self-efficacy. Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2004).

  24. B Ellis, E Shannon, J Cox, Leona Aiken, B Fowler. Chronic conditions: Results of the Medicare Health Outcomes Survey. Health Care Financing Review (2004).

  25. M Gerend, Leona Aiken, S West. Beyond medical risk: Investigating the psychological factors underlying women's perceptions of susceptibility to breast cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis. Health Psychology (2004).

  26. M Gerend, Leona Aiken, Stephen West. Personality factors in older women's perceived susceptibility to diseases of aging. Journal of Personality (2004).

  27. Aiken, Leona S. Interaction Effect. Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods (2003).

  28. Aiken, Leona S. Multiple Regression Analysis. Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods (2003).

  29. C Lockhart, B Volk-Craft, G Hamilton, Leona Aiken, F Williams. The PhoenixCare Program. Journal of Palliative Medicine (2003).

  30. Cohen, J, Cohen, P, West, S G, Aiken, Leona S. Applied Multiple Regression/Correlation Analysis for the Behavior Sciences. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (2003).

  31. Cohen, J, Cohen, P, West, S, Aiken, Leona S. Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis for the behavioral sciences. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (2003).

  32. Book chapter: Aiken, Leona S (Author) ,West, S G (Author) ,Pitts, S C (Author) . Multiple Linear Regression. Comprehensive Handbook of Psychology. Wiley (2003).

  33. D Huebner, Mary Davis, C Nemeroff, Leona Aiken. The impact of internalized homophobia on HIV preventive interventions. American Journal of Community Psychology (2002).

  34. A Bryan, M Schindeldecker, Leona Aiken. Sexual self control and male condom use outcome beliefs: Predicting heterosexual men's condom use intentions and behavior. Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2001).

  35. D Chambless, A Bryan, Leona Aiken, G Steketee, J Hooley. Prediction of expressed emotion via path analysis: A study with families of obsessive-compulsive and agoraphobic outpatients. Journal of Family Psychology (2001).

  36. Book chapter: Aiken, Leona S (Author) ,Gerend, M A (Author) ,Jackson, K M (Author) . Subjective risk and health protective behavior: Cancer screening and cancer prevention. Handbook of Health Psychology. Lawrence Erlbaum (2001).

  37. Aiken, Leona S, West, S G. Multiple regression. Encyclopedia of Psychology. American Psychological Association and Oxford University Press (2000).

  38. D Formoso, N Gonzales, Leona Aiken. Family conflict and children's externalizing and internalizing behaviors: Protective factors. American Journal of Community Psychology (2000).

  39. K Jackson, Leona Aiken. A psychosocial model of sun-protection and sunbathing in young women: The impact of health beliefs, attitudes, norms, and self-efficacy for sun-protection. Health Psychology (2000).

  40. Leona Aiken, K Jackson, Felipe Castro, V Pero. Mediators of the linkage from acculturation to mammography screening compliance among urban Hispanic women. Women and Cancer (2000).

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Presentations

  1. Moser, S.E., Shiota, M.N., & Aiken, L.S Physiological responses to images of damaging effects of the sun.. Society for Psychophysiological Research, Portland. OR. (Oct 2010).
  2. Aiken, L.S., & Ranby,*K.W. The measurement of perceived risk: Quantitative, social, cognitive, and health perspectives.. American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA., August, 2010.. (Aug 2010).
  3. Aiken, L.S. Testing and interpreting interactions with novel forms of psychological data.. Distinguished alumna colloquium. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, March 26, 2010.. (Mar 2010).
  4. Aiken, L. S. The interplay between social psychology and health behavior theory. Uncovering how interventions enhance health protective behavior.. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, NV. (Jan 2010).
  5. Reid*, A. E., & Aiken, L. S. Characterizations of Descriptive and Subjective Norm in the Theory of Planned Behavior: Independent or Combined?. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, NV. (Jan 2010).
  6. Moser*, S.E., Aiken, L. S., & Shiota, M. N. Experienced and anticipated emotion in decision-making: How you feel when considering a behavior influences how you think you will feel with the outcome.. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las Vegas, NV. (Jan 2010).
  7. Aiken, L. S., & West, S. G. Statistical mediation and moderation analysis: How and for whom do interventions work. American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, CA, August 7, 2009. Statistical mediation and moderation analysis: How and for whom do interventions work. American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Ontario, CA, August 7, 2009.. (Aug 2009).
  8. West, S. G. & Aiken, L. S. (2009). (Lecture by West; computer graphics in SPSS by Aiken). Western Psychological Association. Portland, OR, April 26, 2009. Seeing your data: Exploring and visualizing relationships.. Western Psychological Association. Portland, OR, April 26, 2009.. (Apr 2009).
  9. Ranby*, K. W., & Aiken, L. S. What makes young adults feel vulnerable to realistic negative events. What makes young adults feel vulnerable to realistic negative events.. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, FL. (Feb 2009).
  10. Moser*, S. E., Shiota, M. N., & Aiken, L. S. The role of conflicting anticipated emotions in behavior: A mediation analysis approach.. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, Florida, February, 2009.. (Feb 2009).
  11. Reid,* A. E., & Aiken, L. S. Comparison of five models of health behavior: Common strengths and unique contributions to understanding condom use.. Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Tampa, Florida, February, 2009.. (Feb 2009).
  12. Aiken, L. S., & West, S. G. Mediation and moderation of outcomes in health behavior change research: Will our data ever be good enough?. In Expert Workshop: Issues in Health Behavior Change. Free University, Berlin. (Jul 2008).
  13. Aiken, L. S. Sun Protection versus Sunbathing: Additional positive effects of intervening on one aspect of a risk behavior. Symposium paper. International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany. (Jul 2008).
  14. Aiken, L. S. An Introduction to Multilevel Modeling. Statistics workshop. Free University, Berlin, Germany. Free University Berlin, Germany, Statistics Workshop. (Jun 2008).
  15. Aiken, L. S. Multilevel Modeling, an introduction. Statistics workshop. Statistics workshop presented at Western Psychological Association, Irvine, CA,. Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2008).
  16. Aiken, Leona From psychosocial model to intervention: Uncovering mechanisms underlying adoption of health protective behavior. Invited address to National Cancer Institute, Conference on Stimulating Advances in Behavioral Theory: Application to Cancer Screening Workshop. (Dec 2006).
  17. Aiken, Leona, Panter, A, Boodoo, G APA Task Force to increase the number of quantitative psychologists. Paper presented at the Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology. (Oct 2006).
  18. Aiken, Leona, West, S Graduate Training in Quantitative Psychology: A decade of stability and change. Invited address, American Psychological Association. (Aug 2006).
  19. Aiken, Leona, West, S Quantitative training in psychology: a decade of stability and change. Invited paper presented at American Psychological Association. (Aug 2006).
  20. Aiken, Leona Ballet and Statistics, Beautiful Forms, Art and Science. Psychologist as artist; artist as psychologist. American Psychological Association. (Aug 2006).
  21. West, S, Aiken, Leona Testing and Interpreting Interactions with novel forms of psychological data. Society for Multivariate Analysis in the Behavioral Sciences and European Association of Methodology. (Jul 2006).
  22. Wilke, K, Gerend, M, Aiken, Leona, Erchull, M Perceived risk correlates: It all depends on risk measurement strategy. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2006).
  23. Moser, S, Erchull, M, Wilke, K, Reid, A, Aiken, Leona Taking medication when risks exceed benefits: post menopausal hormone therapy. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2006).
  24. Reid, A, Moser, S, Erchull, M, Aiken, Leona, Wilke, K Pharmaceutical versus natural dietary supplements: Women's use and evaluation. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2006).
  25. Aiken, Leona Multilevel regression models. Statistics workshop presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2006).
  26. Wu, W, West, S, Aiken, Leona, Caselli, R, Santerre-Lemmon, L, Merkley, T, Chen, K, Reiman, E, Alexander, G Effect of APOE 4 on longitudinal rates of change of verbal memory performance in cognitively normal adults. Paper presented at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. (Nov 2005).
  27. Taylor, A, West, S, Aiken, Leona Effects on power of coarsely categorizing an outcome variable. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association. (Aug 2005).
  28. Wu, W, West, S, Aiken, Leona, Caselli, R, Santerre-Lemmon, L, Merkley, T, Chen, K, Reiman, E, Alexander, G Effect of APOE 4 on longitudinal rates of change of verbal memory performance in cognitively normal adults. Presented to the ESAC/ARC Alzheimer Annual Meeting. (Apr 2005).
  29. Aiken, Leona Interactions in multiple regression. Statistics workshop presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2005).
  30. Erchull, M, Duran, J, Aiken, Leona Confronting the risks of medication: The case of hormone therapy. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2005).
  31. Aiken, Leona, West, S Extending multiple regression analysis to novel forms of psychological data. Invited Master Lecture, American Psychological Association. (Jul 2004).
  32. Gerend, M, Aiken, Leona, Lapin, A, Erchull, M What sustains prevention behavior? Understanding women's long-term hormone therapy use. Poster presented at American Psychological Association. (Jul 2004).
  33. Schmiege, S, Aiken, Leona, Sander, J Osteoporosis protection in young women: Models of weight-bearing exercise. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2004).
  34. Erchull, M, Aiken, Leona Unraveling women's perception of choice to initiate hormone therapy. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2004).
  35. Erchull, M, Aiken, Leona Women's Health Initiative Findings and Women's Use of Hormone Therapy. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2004).
  36. West, S, Aiken, Leona, Kwok, O Hierarchical and generalized linear models: What multiple regression didn't tell us. Invited address, American Psychological Association. (Aug 2003).
  37. Schmiege, S, Sander, S, Aiken, Leona Young women and osteoporosis: A psychosocial model of calcium consumption. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2003).
  38. Aiken, Leona, Taylor, A Multiple regression with funny dependent variables: Categories, ordered categories, counts. Statistics workshop presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2003).
  39. Patock-Peckham, J, Cialdini, R, Sagarin, B, Gerend, M, Aiken, Leona Piercing the illusion of invulnerability to STD risk. Poster presented at Western Psychological Association. (Apr 2003).
  40. Rheulman, L, Karoly, P, Newton, C, Aiken, Leona, Todd, M, Fairholmn, C Development of the Chronic Pain Screen. Poster Presentation American Psychosomatic Society, 61st Annual Scientific Meeting. (Mar 2003).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Aiken,Leona S * , Luecken,Linda J , . Neuroanatomical substrates of Aging & Cognitivie Decline. UNIV OF AZ (9/1/2008 - 7/31/2012).
  2. Renaut,Rosemary Anne * , Aiken,Leona S , Bimonte-Nelson,Heather , Coon,David Wayne , Farin,Gerald E , Johnston,Stephen Albert , Sierks,Michael Richard , . AZ ASU Alzheimer's Research Center Project - Year 10. AADC (7/1/2007 - 6/30/2008).
  3. Zautra,Alex John * , Aiken,Leona S , Castro,Felipe G , Davis,Mary C , Hall,John Stuart , Hall,John Stuart , Lemery,Kathryn Sue , Luecken,Linda J , Pennak,Sara , Pennak,Sara , Reich,John William , . Resilience and Health in Communities and Individuals Executive Level I. HHS-NIH-NIA (9/30/2005 - 8/31/2013).
  4. Nemeroff,Carol Jill * Aiken,Leona S Davis,Mary C Luecken,Linda J . Interpersonal Perceptions and the Placebo/Nocebo Effect. HHS-NIH-NCCAM (2/1/2005 - 1/31/2008).
  5. Alexander,Gene Evans * Aiken,Leona S West,Stephen G . PET, APOE, & THE PRECLINICAL COURSE OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. BANNER HEALTH (9/30/2003 - 6/30/2007).
  6. Aiken,Leona S * . BREAST CANCER RISK AND WOMEN'S CHOICE OF COMBINATION HORMONE THERAPY. BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE (7/15/2003 - 7/14/2006).
  7. Aiken,Leona S * . PHOENIX CARE DATA ANALYSIS. HOSPICE (5/16/2001 - 12/31/2001).
  8. Aiken,Leona S * . INCREASING COMPLIANCE RATES FOR MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENING. HHS (8/15/1987 - 8/14/1989).

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Service

  1. Area Head, Concentration in Quantitative Research Methods in Psychology, Director (2010 - present)
  2. Arizona Public Health Association, Invited Speaker on the psychology of influence in health behavior (2010 - present)
  3. Phoenix Children's Hospital, Phoenix, AZ, Trainer, Predoctoral Psychology Internship Program (2009 - present)
  4. Institutional Review Board (IRB, Human Subjects, Social Behavioral), Member (2008 - present)
  5. Institutional Review Board (IRB, Human Subjects, Social Behavioral), Member (2008 - present)
  6. Task Force on Council Representation, American Psychological Association, Member (2007 - present)
  7. Multivariate Behavioral Research; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (Journal Editorial Board), Editorial Board (2006 - present)
  8. Multivariate Behavioral Research; Taylor and Francis Publisher (Journal Editorial Board), Editorial Board (2006 - present)
  9. Multivariate Behavioral Research; Taylor and Francis Publisher (Journal Editorial Board), Editorial Board (2006 - present)
  10. Editorial Board, Psychological Methods, American Psychological Association, Consulting Editor (1995 - present)
  11. Multivariate Series Advisory Board,Taylor and Francis Publisher, Series Advisory Board (1995 - present)
  12. Psychological Methods, American Psychological Association, Editorial Board (1995 - present)
  13. Psychological Methods, American Psychological Association, Editorial Board (1995 - present)
  14. Series Advisory Board,Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Series Advisory Board (1995 - present)
  15. Series Editor, Journal of Personality, Series Co-Editor (1993 - present)
  16. Series Editor, Journal of Personality, Series Co-Editor (1993 - present)
  17. Site Visit Team, Psychology Department, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (VPI), Blacksburg, Virginia, Chair (2010)
  18. Board of Scientific Affairs, American Psychological Association, Co-Chair (2010)
  19. Board of Scientific Affairs, American Psychological Association, member (2008 - 2010)
  20. Institutional Review Board (IRB, Human Subjects, Social Behavioral), Member (2008 - 2010)
  21. Freie Universitat, Berlin, Germany, PhD Examination Committee, Dissertation (2009)
  22. Search Committee, Quantitative Faculty, Member (2008 - 2009)
  23. Chair, Task Force to Increase Pipeline of Quantitative Psychologists, American Psychological Asso, Chair (2006 - 2008)
  24. Trustee, Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Trustee of the Board (2006 - 2008)
  25. Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, President (2006 - 2007)
  26. Graduate Studies Committee, Department, Member (2005 - 2007)
  27. Area Head, Concentration in Quantitative Research Methods in Psychology, Director (1995 - 2007)
  28. Chair, Coalition for Academic, Scientific and Applied Psychology, APA Council, Chair (2006)
  29. American Psychologist (Journal), Associate Editor (2002 - 2006)
  30. American Psychological Association (APA), Governing Council Member (2001 - 2006)
  31. Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, President-Elect (2005 - 2006)
  32. Promotion and Tenure, Department, Subcommittee Chair (2006)
  33. University Promotion and Tenure Committee, Member (2006)
  34. American Psychological Association, Governing Council, Chair-Elect,Coalition of Academic, Scientific, and Applied Psychologists (2005)
  35. Coalition for Academic, Scientific and Applied Psychology (CASAP), President-Elect (2005)
  36. Women's Caucus of APA Council, Chair (2005)
  37. Executive Committee, Department, Member (1995 - 2005)
  38. Western Psychological Association, Statistics Workshop Chair (2004 - 2005)
  39. American Psychological Association Governing Council, Chair-Elect, Women's Caucus of the Governing Council (2004)
  40. American Psychological Association, Governing Council, Member at Large,Coalition of Academic, Scientific, and Applied Psychologists (2004)

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