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Sunday, March 8
 

8:30am

A Lot of Hard Work, But Doable: Pregnancy Expectations and Experiences of Women with Type I Diabetes Gold Rush AJoan Chrisler- Connecticut College • Meaghan McGrath- Connecticut College Addressing the needs of women survivors of child abuse: The ethical, socio-political and professional imperative of trauma-informed care WashingtonCatherine Classen- Women's College Hospital • Susan MacRae- Women's College Hospital Beyond Double Jeopardy: Leadership Pipeline for Women of Color in Academia CrystalAnatasia Kim- Wright Institute • Rachel Casas- California Lutheran University Ending Family Homelessness: Formerly Unhoused Mothers’ Policy Recommendations Gold Rush AHarmony Reppond- University of California- Santa Cruz • Heather Bullock- University of California- Santa Cruz Risks of Commercialized Science: Antidepressants, PMDD, and Big Pharma WashingtonMadeline Brodt • Lisa Cosgrove • Shannon Peters Sexual Minority Female Identity Across the Life Span CrystalRebecca Shoemaker- Chatham University Why women don't negotiate: Women's negotiation performance in reaction to instructional set(s). CrystalAshley Ritter- IUP • Maureen McHugh- IUP Young Pregnant and Fabulous? Teen Mom / 16 and Pregnant and Viewers Perceptions of Teen Pregnancy Gold Rush AAshley MacPherson- University of New Hampshire • Kara Anne Rodenhizer-Stämpfli- University of New Hampshire • Katie Edwards- University of New Hampshire • Kelly M. Palmer- University of New Hampshire “I am not a man”: Disaggregating transgender women from MSM in PrEP research is imperative to improve HIV prevention efforts WashingtonEmily Arnold • Jae Sevelius- UCSF

10:05am

A Retrospective Study:The Voices of Commercially Sexually Exploited Survivors: A Narrative Approach WashingtonJudith Cavazos- CSPP Alliant International University • Natalie Porter- CSPP Alliant International University Adolescent Girls’ Perspectives of Feminism and Activism CrystalAliya Khan- University of Oregon • Allison Jedinak- Chatham University • Britney Brinkman- Chatham University • Stephanie Harrison- Chatham University Exploring Positive Sexual Self-Concepts of Women Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse WashingtonEve Adams • Tracie Hitter- New Mexico State Univ Feminism as a Tool to Connect Latinas to Graduate Psychology Training CrystalDiana Peña • Alison Cerezo- San Francisco State University Group Therapy for Male Survivors: Beneficial Aspects WashingtonStefanie Smith- CSPP at Alliant International University • Sushana Tamamian- CSPP at Alliant International University High School Youth's Reactions to Participating in Mixed Methodological Dating and Sexual Violence Research Gold Rush AEllen Haynes- University of New Hampshire • Kara Rodenhizer- Stampfli- University of New Hampshire • Katie Edwards- University of New Hampshire Legislators’ Attitudes, Knowledge, and Progressive Policy Endorsement Related to Domestic and Sexual Violence: A Mixed Methodological Study Gold Rush AKatie Edwards- University of New Hampshire • Sidney Bennett- University of New Hampshire Posttrauma Appraisals and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms in Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence Gold Rush AAnne DePrince • Claire Hebenstreit • Kelly Koo • Shira Maguen Why be a Feminist? Perspectives on Feminism and Activism by Female College Students CrystalCarlie Trott- Colorado State University • Emily Beckman- Colorado State University • Maddie Trost- Colorado State University • Sarah Stevens- Colorado State University