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ABCT 2022
New york city, ny
November 17-20

ABCT SIG Expo & Student Poster Competition


Friday Night Welcome Party and SIG Expo

Friday, November 18, 2022from 6:30 to 8:30PM 

Location: Broadway Ballroom, 6th Floor

The SIG is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year!! In honor of this occasion we will have a celebratory cake during the Friday Night Expo which will take place between 6:30 and 8:30pm EST on 11/18. We hope you stop by to visit the poster competition presentations and share some SIG anniversary cake!


Note to presenters: Exposition posters must be mounted on foam core or poster board that is no larger than 18" wide x 19" tall. Please be sure to note the smaller size of these posters. Presenters must bring their posters pre-mounted.  Please find additional details at this link. Competition winners will be invited to briefly present their posters at the SIG Meeting, below.

NTTR SIG Business Meeting

Friday November 18, 2022 from 12:00 to 1:30PM 

Location: Skylobby 16th Floor, New York Marriott Marquis

At this year’s NTTR SIG meeting, we will be introducing our new SIG Leadership, discussing improvements to our Mentorship Program and Webinar Series. Winners of the NTTR SIG's student poster competition will present their research.

NTTR SIG Member Presentations at ABCT

Friday, November 18th



Poster:  The absence of green space (gray space) on default mode network-amygdala connectivity

Presenters: Michael T. Liuzzi, M.A., Julia C. Harris, M.A., Carlos Cardenas-Iniguez, Ph.D., Christine L. Larson, Ph.D., Krista M. Lisdahl, Ph.D.

Poster: Does Acute Resting-State Connectivity of the BNST Prospectively Predict PTSD in Black Adults?

Presenters: Kevin Petranu, Kate Webb, Carissa Tomas, Ashley Huggins, Jacklynn Fitzgerald, Tara Miskovich, Jessica Krukowski, Terri deRoon-Cassini, & Christine Larson

Poster:  Are Individual Differences in Media Multitasking Habits Associated with Changes in Brain Activation: An ERP Investigation of Multitasking and Cognitive Control

Presenters: Morgan Middlebrooks, Wesley Vaught, & Matt Judah

Poster: The role of Peritraumatic Dissociation in the Impact of Racial Discrimination on PTSD Development

Presenters: Farah Harb, B.S., Claire Bird, Ph.D., Kate Webb, Ph.D., Lucas Torres, Ph.D., Terri deRoon-Cassini, Ph.D., Christine L. Larson, Ph.D.

Poster: Neural Response to Monetary and Social Rewards and Familial Risk for Psychopathology in Adolescents

Presenters: Clare C. Beatty, B.A., Greg Hajcak, Ph.D., & Brady D. Nelson, Ph.D.

Poster: Neuroplasticity Markers and Clinical Features of Compulsive Behaviors: The Unique Impact of Eating Disorders

Presenters: Rebecca Rohac, Rebecca Price

Poster: Distinguishing Neural Correlates of Emotion Processing and Self-Referential Processing in Social Anxiety Disorder and Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Presenters: Emily Iannazzi, Gillian Grennan, Yuchen Zhao, Angela Fang

PosterNeural and Electrodermal Responses During Vicarious Extinction Learning in Socially Anxious Individuals

Presenters: Jessica Crane, Gillian Grennan, Serenity Greene, Emily Iannazzi, Jennifer Mosley, & Angela Fang

Poster: Development and validation of a race-balanced fMRI affective number Stroop task in trauma-exposed adults with dissociative symptoms

Presenters: Rebecca Krawczak, Negar Fani, Greg J Siegle

Poster: An Application of the Suicide Ideation-to-Action Framework to Brain Gray Matter Volumes

Presenters: Matthew Thompson, Marjan Ghahramanlou-Holloway, Mikela Murphy, Chelsie Benca-Bachman, Rohan Palmer, Joshua Gray

Saturday, November 19th


Oral Presentation: ABCT Symposium 80 - Picky Eating, Not Just for Kids: Presentation and Treatment of Avoidant/restrictive Food Intake in Transition Age Youth and Young Adults

Presenters: Jennifer J. Thomas, Ph.D., Kendra Becker, Ph.D.


Symposium: Novel approaches for the study of repetitive negative thinking

Chair: Sarah Dolan, M.A.

Discussant: Greg Siegle, Ph.D.

Presenters: Sarah Dolan, M.A., Cassondra Lyman, B.S., B.A., Leigh Brosof, M.S., Peter Hitchcock, Ph.D.

Sunday, November 20th


Symposium: Attentional processing of affective stimuli and psychopathology: infancy to adulthood

Discussant: Jutta Joorman, PhD.

Presenters: Brandon Gibb, PhD; Brady Nelson, PhD; Mary McNamara, MA; Christopher Beevers, PhD.

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