1 Bernard L. Dugoni -Candidate for MPA Council- NORC at the University of Chicago Area of specialization: Cognitive Psychology and Experimental Methods Website Brief summary of professional interests: Dugoni is an industrial and cognitive psychologist and statistician, with a special interest in the effects of individual characteristics on labor issues and in society as a whole. He has taught advanced statistics, multivariate analysis, research methodology, and cognitive psychology. Since joining NORC at the University of Chicago in 1994, Dugoni has conducted statistical research for several NORC projects for the departments of education, substance abuse and mental health, and has managed cognitive laboratory projects for NORC, applying cognitive interview techniques to study the comprehension and memory retrieval of workers in several industrial settings, as well as in general population studies for the development of new modules for the General Social Survey (GSS). Representative publications: Schildhaus, S. and Dugoni, B. (2012). Premature Death as the Ultimate Failure: Predictors of Death in the US Drug User Treatment Population. Substance Use & Misuse, November, Schildhaus, S., D. Gerstein, A. Brittingham, F.G. Cerbone, B. Dugoni. (2000). Services Research Outcomes Study: Explanation of treatment effectiveness, using individual level and programmatic variables. Substance Use and Misuse 35 (12 14): Dugoni, B., L. Lee, and R. Tourangeau Report on the NLSY Round 16 Recall Experiment. Bureau of Labor Statistics, NLS Publication Washington, DC: US Department of Labor, October.
2 Representative honors or awards: MPA Fellow Board of Directors, St. Catherine Institute for Orthodox Christian Education Involvement in MPA: Member since 1976 Charter Fellow (2010) Author and presenter of numerous papers and symposia Coordinator of Local Arrangements including Registration and (during the 1990s the Placement Service) since 1992 MPA Historian
3 Meera Komarraju -Candidate for MPA Council- Department of Psychology Southern Illinois University Carbondale Area of specialization: Applied Psychology (Social- Organizational) Brief summary of professional interests: As an applied psychologist (social-organizational), I focus on three domains of workplace behavior: 1) improving student motivation and achievement by examining both individual and environmental factors, 2) increasing teaching effectiveness, and 3) addressing issues related to workplace diversity, particularly effectiveness as a leader. Thus far, I have shared my research findings with the broader community of scholars via 28 refereed journal articles, 7 book chapters, 1 invited book review, 94 poster/paper presentations at regional, national, and international conferences, and 9 funded grants as PI/Co-PI. Representative publications: Komarraju, M. & Dial, C. (2014). Academic identity, self-efficacy, and self-esteem predict selfdetermined motivation and goals. Learning and Individual Differences, 32, 1-8. Komarraju, M., Swanson, J. L., & Nadler, D. (in press). Increased career self-efficacy predicts college students motivation, and course and major satisfaction. Journal of Career Assessment. Komarraju, M., Ramsey, A., & Rinella, V. (2013). Cognitive and non-cognitive predictors of college readiness and academic performance. Learning and Individual Differences, 24, Komarraju, M. (2013). Ideal teacher behaviors: Student motivation and self-efficacy predict preferences. Teaching of Psychology, 40, Komarraju, M., Karau, S., Schmeck, R., & Avdic, A. (2011). The Big Five personality traits, learning styles, and academic achievement. Personality & Individual Difference, 51,
4 Representative honors or awards: 2013 Awarded APA Fellow Status, Division 2 (Society for the Teaching of Psychology) 2013 Invited Keynote Speaker, Teaching & Learning Seminar Series, King s College, University of London 2012 Awarded University-wide Outstanding Teacher of the Year, SIU Faculty Excellence Award 2012 Invited Member, Editorial Board, Learning and Individual Differences journal 2008 Selected Participant in APA s National Conference on Undergraduate Education in Psychology: Blueprint for the Discipline s Future. University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, June 22-June 27. The proceedings of this conference yielded authorship for a chapter in the APA Handbook on Undergraduate Education. Involvement in MPA: Member of MPA 2002-current Presented at MPA since 2002: 25 posters, 16 oral presentations, and 2 symposia Have brought several graduate and undergraduate students to the conference MPA local representative for SIU Carbondale Regional Coordinator, STP-MPA Program [organized Invited Speakers, symposia, workshops, and roundtable discussions] 2014 Invited Speaker, Midwestern Psychological Association, Non-Cognitive Factors that Predict and Increase Student Motivation and Performance 2013 Awarded MPA Fellow Status, by the Midwestern Psychological Association.
5 Steve A. Nida -Candidate for MPA Council- Professor & Head Department of Psychology The Citadel Area of specialization: Social Psychology Website Brief summary of professional interests: Historically, my research interests have included helping behavior in emergencies, group processes, and the social psychological aspects of youth sports. My latest research focus is ostracism and social exclusion, and at present I am actively involved in a large-scale ongoing project investigating the connections among ostracism, bullying, and maladjustment in children and adolescents. Much of my professional history also reflects an administrative component; for instance, I serve on the board of the Association of Heads of Departments of Psychology, and in 2006 I completed the Management Development Program at Harvard University. Representative publications: Saylor, C. F., Williams, K. D., Nida, S. A., McKenna, M. E., Twomey, K. E., & Macias, M. M. (2013). Ostracism in pediatric populations: Review of theory and research. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 34(4), Saylor, C. F., Nida, S. A., Williams, K. D., Taylor, L. A., Smyth, W., Twyman, K. A., Macias, M. M., & Spratt, E. G. (2012). Bullying and Ostracism Screening Scales (BOSS): Development and applications. Children s Health Care, 41, Williams, K. D., & Nida, S. A. (2011). Ostracism: Consequences and coping. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 20(2), Dunn, D. S., Brewer, C. L., Cautin, R. L., Gurung, R. A. R., Keith, K. D., McGregor, L. N., Nida, S. A., Puccio, P., & Voigt, M. J. (2009). The undergraduate psychology curriculum: A call for a core. In D. F. Halpern (Ed.), Undergraduate education in psychology: A blueprint for the future. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
6 Latané, B. & Nida S. (1981). Ten years of research on group size and helping. Psychological Bulletin, 89, Representative honors or awards: President, Southeastern Psychological Association, Executive Committee, Southeastern Psychological Association, Board, Association of Heads of Departments of Psychology, 2012-present Charter Fellow, Midwestern Psychological Association, 2009 The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Involvement in MPA: I attended my first MPA in 1977, and I have not missed an annual meeting since During that time I have delivered numerous presentations and have moderated many sessions at the annual meeting, and I am a Charter Fellow of the organization. Most relevant, however, is the 11-year period ( ) in which I served as MPA s Convention Manager; furthermore, I continue to serve MPA in the more secondary role of Convention Affairs Coordinator. In other words, I have been centrally involved in the management of this organization for some time, and I remain eager to contribute my expertise to MPA.
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