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Education

1993

Ph.D., social psychology
University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn.
Dissertation title: Procedural Justice, Distributive Justice,
and Overall Satisfaction in Interpersonal Relationships 

1991

M.A., social psychology
University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn.
Thesis title: The Effects of Response Latency and Level of
Arousal on the Accuracy-Confidence Relationship for Eyewitness Testimony 

1988

B.A., cum laude 1988
University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H.
Major: Psychology
Minor: Justice studies 

Professional Development

2010

AAC&U Workshop on Advancement

2009

Executive Leadership Academy
Sponsors: American Academic Leadership Institute, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, the Council of Independent Colleges  

2009

Case Workshop on Fund-raising
Case District Conference, Philadelphia, Pa.

2007

Institute for Educational Management
Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard University 

Administrative Positions

President, Hood College, Frederick, Md., July 1, 2015-Present

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Albright College, Reading, Pa., 2006-2015

Accomplishments

Developed and implemented strategic planning, budget and assessment process; secured funding for and launched several new academic programs and initiatives; significantly increased both faculty compensation and professional development; consolidated and expanded experiential learning opportunities; strengthened partnership with student affairs; guided faculty in successful revision of general education curriculum; assumed responsibility for information technology resulting in improved service and infrastructure; planned and collaboratively oversaw several facility projects, including an academic building, library renovation, LEED science center and fitness center; restructured academic affairs to increase student and faculty support; oversaw hiring of more than 110 full-time faculty and several key administrators.

Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs, Albright College, Reading, Pa., 2004-2006

Accomplishments

Completed a revision of the faculty handbook in close collaboration with the trustees and faculty; restructured and developed new marketing strategy for adult degree program resulting in significant enrollment growth and expanded locations; actively participated in reaccreditation process, including serving as final editor of self-study document. 

Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Albright College, Reading, Pa., 2003-2004, 2006-2008

Accomplishments

Oversaw undergraduate curriculum, including cyclical program review process, revitalized defunct human research review committee, assisted in developing and implementing faculty evaluation and performance feedback system, established a highly successful orientation and mentoring program for new faculty, played a critical role in integrating the use of technology and service-learning in classroom instruction, expanded the undergraduate research program across disciplines and the academic year, consolidated and expanded resources to support faculty.  

Faculty Positions

Hood College

Professor of Psychology, 2015-present

Albright College, Reading, Pa.

Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1998-2001
Associate Professor of Psychology, 2001-06

Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1995-98

Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1993-95

Gifts and Grants

  • Donor gift of international property for study abroad and field research site NSF-STEM Grant, 2014
  • Santander University, scholarships for study abroad, 2014
  • Donor gift for new academic building and program support
  • Hearst Foundation, support for undergraduate research for at-risk students in the sciences, 2012
  • Alfred P. Sloan Awards for Faculty Retirement Transitions (sponsor: ACE), 2012-2014
  • Wyomissing Foundation, support for Albright service-learning and educational outreach partnership with local elementary school, 2012
  • Donor gift for study abroad scholarships, 2012
  • The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation, scholarships, 2010, 2012
  • George I. Alden Trust
  • Green Family Foundation 2009-2014
  • Council of Independent Colleges Information Fluency in the Disciplines, 2009 Alfred P. Sloan Awards for Faculty Career Flexibility (sponsor: ACE), 2009-2012
  • Silverweed Foundation, support for Freedman Gallery, 2009, 2011, 2013 
  • Roessner Family Foundation, scholarship support for Albright Early Learning Center, annual award, 2008-2014
  • AAC&U Shared Futures: Global Learning and Shared Responsibility Network, 2008-2011
  • Berks Community Foundation, Preventing Childhood Obesity: A Model Program, 2007-2010
  • Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, funds to support a service-learning mini-bus, 2006

Community Engagement

  • Conference organizer, “Place Matters: Partnerships Between Higher Education and their Local Communities,” sponsors: Albright College, Pa. Campus Compact, HUD and the Federal Reserve, 2014
  • Board member and chair of assessment committee, Ready, Set, Read!, a community-wide initiative to increase third grade reading proficiency in Berks County, 2012-2015
  • Member, Village of College Heights Council. Council comprised of members of Albright College, local foundation, residents, local school administrators and area business owners to sustain and enhance neighborhood, 2011- 2015
  • Member, Pa. Innovation Transfer Network (facilitates academic and business partnerships), 2011-2015
  • Volunteer, City of Reading Poverty Commission. Community-based initiative to address poverty, developed recommendations to increase high school graduation rates, college entry and completion, 2009-2011
  • Member, Berks County Higher Education Council. Activities include college-high school faculty exchange, annual community lecture series and regional undergraduate research conference, 2004-2015

Professional Activities (selected)

External Leadership Activities

  • Co-PI, NSF Grant, REU/SBE Conference, with the Council on Undergraduate Research, 2012-2013
  • Chair, Task Force on Assessment, Council on Undergraduate Research, 2011- present
  • Executive board member and chair, Social Science Division, Council on Undergraduate Research, 2009-2012; councilor (elected member of general governance council), 2003-present
  • Program evaluator, MSCHE
  • Co-Facilitator, Women’s Lunch, Council of Independent Colleges Annual CAO Conference, 2010-2012
  • Presenter, Council of Independent Colleges Institute for new Deans and Department Chairs, 2008-2009, 2011
  • Planning committee, Middle States Commission of Higher Education Annual Conference, 2008
  • Mentor for new CAO’s, Council of Independent Colleges, 2008-2009
  • Leader, Institutionalizing Undergraduate Research in the Social Sciences and Humanities Institute, Council of Undergraduate Research, 2005, 2008, 2010-2013

Invited Talks

  • “Retirement Transitions for Faculty Members” with L. Behling & B. Perry, Council of Independent Colleges Annual CAO Conference, 2014
  • “Best Practices for Faculty Transition and Retirement” (panel), NJ/EPA/DE-HERC, 2014
  • “Cabinet Officers as Team Members,” Senior Leadership Academy, American Academic Leadership Institute and Council of Independent Colleges, 2013
  • “Funding Opportunities in Social, Behavioral, and Economic Science,” with J. Rivera, C. Lee, & J. Mantz, CUR Conference for NSF-REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) recipients, 2013
  • “Faculty Workload Considerations,” with A. Runge, Council of Independent Colleges Annual CAO Conference, 2012
  • “Cabinet Officers as Team Members: Learning to Work Horizontally and Vertically,” with B. Grigsby and R. Kallin, Senior Leadership Academy, American Academic Leadership Institute and Council of Independent Colleges, 2011-2012
  • “Community-based Undergraduate Research,” Trinity College, 2011
  • “Developing an Experiential Plan,” Senior Leadership Academy, American Academic Leadership Institute and Council of Independent Colleges, 2010-2011
  • “Embedding Undergraduate Research in the Curriculum,” Mellon Conference: Student-Faculty Research Collaboration in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Amherst College, 2010
  • With M.A. Rehnke, “Developing the Leadership Skills of Department Chairs, Council of Independent Colleges 36th Annual Institute for Chief Academic Officers, 2008
  • Breakfast discussant, Council of Independent Colleges Annual CAO Conference, 2007-2009, 2013

Internal Leadership Activities

  • Member, Campaign Executive Committee, Albright College, 2011-2015
  • Served as point person for renovation of campus building to create Center for Business and Civic Leadership and for renovation of the library, Albright College, 2011-2015
  • Strategic Planning Committee, Albright College, 2006-2010
  • Established the Center for Experiential Learning and Research, Albright College, 2004; integrated with career development center, 2010
  • Chair, Fine Arts Commission. Community advisory board to Albright arts programs, 2004-2014

Research Grants as Faculty Member

  • Psi Chi Student Research Award, 2004
  • Faculty development grants (12), Albright College, 1999-2004
  • ACRE (Albright Creative Research Experience) Grants, Albright College, 2000, 2003
  • Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Instructional Resource Award, 2001
  • Johnson Grant for Interdisciplinary Course Development, Albright College, 1999
  • Predicting the Accuracy of Interpersonal Compatibility Judgments, NSF, 9870452, 1998-2001
  • Principal investigator, Police and Resident Attitudes toward Domestic Violence, COPS Grant (U.S. Department of Justice), Bridgeport, Conn., 1997-1998
  • Faculty research assistant grant, Trinity College, 1997
  • Principal investigator, Evaluation of Affirmative Action Policies, HUD Grant, 1996

Awards 

  • The President’s Award for Exemplary Leadership, Albright College, 2012
  • United Methodist Award for Distinguished Teaching, Albright College, 2004
  • Nomination, teaching award, Albright College, 2000, 2002-2004
  • Nomination, scholarship award, Albright College, 2002
  • Nomination, Arthur H. Hughes Award for Achievement in Teaching, Trinity College, 1998
  • Outstanding Presentation at the 1997 Northeastern Conference for Teachers of Psychology, Society for the Teaching of Psychology
  • Faculty Mentor Award, American Psychological Association, 1995
  • Recipient, American Psychological Association Dissertation Research Award, 1993
  • Recipient, Law and Society Association Graduate Award, 1993

Faculty Positions

I have held a faculty position for 18 years at the following liberal arts institutions:

  • Associate professor, Albright College, Reading, Pa., 2001-present (became full-time administrator prior to eligibility for promotion)
  • Assistant professor, Albright College, Reading, Pa., 1998-2001
  • Visiting assistant professor, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., 1995-1998
  • Visiting assistant professor, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind., 1993-1995

Courses taught include introductory psychology, statistics, research methods, program evaluation, social psychology, psychology and the law, close relationships, community-based research. I have overseen numerous student research projects, several of which resulted in national presentations or publications. Since assuming full-time administrative responsibilities, I have taught at least one course per year. As a professor, I have received excellent teaching evaluations, was frequently nominated for teaching awards and received the United Methodist Award for Distinguished Teaching in 2004. 

Scholarship (reverse chronological)

Reflecting my lifelong passion for interdisciplinarity, my research has been at the intersections of fairly distinct areas of scholarship. Post-baccalaureate coursework in the psychology doctoral program and at the law school at the University of Connecticut initially entailed independent lines of research in the social psychology of close relationships and perceived fairness in the legal system from an individual moralistic stance. Evolving from these lines of inquiry, my doctoral research examined factors that influence fairness judgments in close relationships. I continued this work during my tenure as a faculty member, increasing my participation in community-based research with student collaborators. This led to research on the impact of service learning on student development, which is embedded in my theoretical training in moral development and socialization processes. Recently, , I am increasingly asked to speak about my work to increase work-life integration.

Osborn, J.M., Hensel, N.H., Turner, J., Chapdelaine, A., & Gonzales, G. (2009, January). Transformational learning through undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activity: Models and strategies to build and sustain an institutional infrastructure and culture. AAC&U Annual Meeting, Seattle, Wash.

Publications

Roy, S., & Chapdelaine, A. (2014). Beyond the horizon: Helping faculty navigate the retirement transition in a small liberal arts setting. In Best practices in navigating faculty retirement transitions. Stylus Publishing: Sterling, Va.

Chapdelaine, A. (2012). Including undergraduate research in tenure and promotion policies. In Faculty support and undergraduate research: Innovations in faculty role definitions, workload, and reward. Council of Undergraduate Research: Wash., D.C.

Chapdelaine, A. (2012). Use and utility of the COEUR characteristics. In Characteristics of excellence in undergraduate research (COEUR). Council of Undergraduate Research: Wash., D.C.

Ruiz, A., Warchal, J., Chapdelaine, A. & Wells, C. (2011). International service learning: Who benefits? In Service-learning in higher education: Applications for local and international settings. University of Indianapolis Press: Indianapolis, Ind.

Wells, C., Warchal, J., Ruiz, A., & Chapdelaine, A. (2010). Ethical issues in research in international service learning. In International service learning: Conceptual frameworks and research. Stylus Publishing: Sterling, Va.

Chapdelaine, A., Ruiz, A., Warchal, J., & Wells, C. (2005). Service-learning code of ethics. Anker Publishing: Bolton, Mass.

Walsh, B. A.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (2004). Toddlers’ ability to distinguish between grammatical and ungrammatical sentences as a function of prosody and imagery. Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research, 9, 8-13.

Sullivan, M.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (2001). Agreement in personality trait judgments. Social Behavior and Personality, 29, 635-648.

Chapdelaine, A., Levesque, M., & Cuadro, R.* (1999). Playing the dating game: Do we know whom others would like to date? Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 21, 139-147.

Chapdelaine, A., & Chapman, B. L. (1999). Using community research projects to teach research methods. Teaching of Psychology, 26, 101-105.

Herzberger, S. D., & Chapdelaine, A. (1998). Partners in community research: Research that makes a difference. Council of Undergraduate Research Quarterly, 19, 6-9.

Chapdelaine, A. (1997). An evaluation of Hartford resident and minority hiring requirements for publicly funded projects. Hartford, Conn.: TCN.

Chapdelaine, A., & Griffin, S. F.* (1997). Beliefs of guilt and recommended sentence as a function of juror bias in the O. J. Simpson trial. Journal of Social Issues, 53, 479-487.

Chapdelaine, A. (1996). An introduction to PC SAS for Windows95. Course manual.

Chapdelaine, A., Kenny, D. A., & LaFontanna, K.* (1994). Matchmaker, matchmaker, can you make me a match?: Predicting liking between two unacquainted persons. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 67, 83-91.

Presentations (reverse chronological, past five years)

Chapdelaine, A., Selmon, M., & Bartanen, K. (2013, June). New Approaches to Faculty Work. Annapolis Group Dean’s Meeting, Annapolis, Md.

Clause, C., Chapdelaine, A., & Hogan, H. (2013, January). Faculty Flexibility: Lessons Learned and Implications for the Future--The Perspective of Three Liberal Arts Colleges. AAC&U Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Ga.

Chapdelaine, A., DesJardins, J., & Whately, K. M. (2012, June). Non-tenure track faculty. Annapolis Group Dean’s Meeting, Annapolis, Md.

Boylan, E., Chapdelaine, A, & Mack, K. (2012, January). Data, grants and goals. AAC&U Annual Meeting, Wash., D.C.

Wells, C., Chapdelaine, A., Ruiz, A., & Warchal, J. (2011, November). Evaluating the ethical and scientific integrity of international service-learning research. International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement Annual Conference, Chicago, Ill.

Chapdelaine, A., & Childress, H. (2010, June). Ethics in community-based research. Council of Undergraduate Research National Conference, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah.

LaPlant, J., Peterson, G., & Chapdelaine, A. (2010, June). Utilizing centers and institutes to involve undergraduates in applied research. Council of Undergraduate Research National Conference, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah.

Chapdelaine, A., Gregerman, S., & Osborn, J.M. (2010, January). Investing in undergraduate research: A high impact practice that fosters student success. AAC&U Annual Meeting, Wash., D.C.

Presentations (reverse chronological, previous to last five years)

Ruiz, A., Warchal, J., Wells, C., & Chapdelaine, A. (2009, November). International service-learning: Who benefits? 3rd International Symposium on Service-Learning, Athens, Greece.

Warchal, J., Ruiz, A., Chapdelaine, A., & Wells, C. (2009, October). Crossing disciplinary boundaries to infuse ethical decision making throughout the service-learning curriculum: How administrators, faculty, and students benefit. AAC&U Conference, “Educating for Personal and Social Responsibility: Deepening Student and Campus Commitments,” Minneapolis, MN.

Wells, C., Chapdelaine, A., Ruiz, A., & Warchal, J. (2009, April). Supporting faculty in service learning: The administrator’s role. AAC&U Meeting on Shaping Faculty Roles in a Time of Change: Leadership for Student Learning, San Diego, Calif.

 Wells, C, Chapdelaine, A., Ruiz, A. & Warchal, J. (2008, Feb-Mar). Ethical guidelines in research on international service learning. 3rd Annual International Service Learning Conference, Indianapolis, Ind.

Ruiz, A., Warchal, J., Chapdelaine, A., & Wells, C. (2008, Feb-Mar). Ethical issues in international service learning. 3rd Annual International Service Learning Conference, Indianapolis, Ind.

Chapdelaine, A., & Childress, H. (2006, June). Ethics in community-based research. Council of Undergraduate Research National Conference, DePauw University, DePauw, Ind.

Mech, A., Gilliams, T., Osgood, D., & Chapdelaine, A. (2006, June). Cultivating a multi-disciplinary learning atmosphere for undergraduate research: The ACRE success story. Council of Undergraduate Research National Conference, DePauw University, DePauw, Ind..

Huber, W., & Chapdelaine, A. (2006, June). Developing a framework for evaluating student/faculty collaborative research: Considerations for performance reviews, tenure, and promotion. Council of Undergraduate Research National Conference, DePauw University, DePauw, Ind.

Ruiz, A. Warchal, J. Wells, C, & Chapdelaine, A. (2006, May). Identifying and resolving ethical issues that emerge through civic engagement. The University & Civil Society: Autonomy and Responsibility, Bologna University, Bologna, Italy

Ruiz, A. Warchal, J. Wells, C, & Chapdelaine, A. (2005, November). Recognizing and resolving ethical challenges in the practice of service-learning. International Symposium for Service-Learning - Models for the 21st Century: Intercommunity, Interdisciplinary, International, Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

Chapdelaine, A., Ruiz, A., Warchal, J., & Wells, C. (2005, March). Assessment of a code of ethics for service-learning. Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Mass.

Ruiz, A., Warchal, J., Chapdelaine, A., & Wells, C. (2004, October). A model of ethical decision making to identify and resolve dilemmas in service-learning. 4th Annual International Conference on Service-learning Research, Greensboro, S.C.

Chapdelaine, A., Warchal, J., Ruiz, A., & Wells, C. (2004, September). Ethics in service-learning. National Society for Experiential Education Conference, Miami, Fla.

Warchal, J., Chapdelaine, A., Ruiz, A., & Wells, C. (2004, August). Teaching ethical decision making through service-learning. 112th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Chapdelaine, A., Texter, F., & Woodward, K. (2004, June). Expanding a summer research program across disciplines. Council of Undergraduate Research National Conference, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, LaCrosse, Wis.

Wells, C., Chapdelaine, A., Ruiz, A., & Warchal, J. (2004, June). Ethical issues in student involvement and service-learning. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Fifth Biennial Convention, Wash., D.C.

Warchal, J., Ruiz, A., Wells, C., & Chapdelaine, A. (2004, April). Ethical issues in service-learning. Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Wash., D.C.

Cammarano, D.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (2003, March). The effects of misinformation and leading question on the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern psychological Association, Baltimore, Md.

Warchal, J., Ruiz, A., Wells, C., & Chapdelaine, A. (2003, March). Perspective on service learning in psychology. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern psychological Association, Baltimore, Md.

Boring, J.*, Hoffman, C.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (2001, April). Nonverbal behaviors during initial interactions. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern psychological Association, Wash., D.C.

Chapdelaine, A., Coldiron, A.*, & Rudy, A.* (2000, March). Verbal behavior during the acquaintance process. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, Md.

Chapdelaine, A., & Kenny, D. A. (1999, June). Triadic perceptions: Judging how much our friends like each other. Paper presented at the 11th annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Denver, Colo.

Bachman, K.*, Chapdelaine, A., & Karlsgodt, K.* (1998, May). Accuracy of triadic interpersonal compatibility judgments. Paper presented at the 10th annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Wash., D.C.

Chapdelaine, A., Slattery, M.*, Pearson, S.*, & Lowe, C. A. (1998, May). Gender differences in procedural justice. Paper presented at the 10th annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Wash., D.C.

Levesque, M. J., Di Mauro, A. M.*, Alcee, M. D.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1998, May). Attachment style influences perceptions of friendships. Paper presented at the 10th annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Wash., D.C.

Vangsness, L.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1998, April). Police versus residents’ attitudes toward the prosecution of domestic violence cases. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Psi Chi Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Hartford, Conn.

Chapdelaine, A., Veit, E. A.*, & Levesque, M. (1998, February). The role of procedural fairness in conflict resolution in close relationships. Paper presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, Mass.

Da Silva, A.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1998, February). Perceptions of fairness in the division of child care. Paper presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, Mass.

Ianniello, E.*, Herzberger, S. D., & Chapdelaine, A. (1998, February). Tolerance of spouse abuse: Police vs. citizen attitudes. Paper presented at the 69th annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, Mass.

Chapdelaine, A., & Chapman, B. (1997, October). Using community-based research projects to teach research methods. Paper presented at the 4th Northeastern Conference for Teachers of Psychology, Ithaca, N.Y.

Chapdelaine, A., Levesque, M., & Cuadro, R.* (1997, May). Accuracy of compatibility predictions for potential dating partners. Paper presented at the 9th annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Wash., D.C.

Crawford, L.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1997, March). Perceptual accuracy of unacquainted individuals. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Psi Chi Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Hartford, Conn.

DaSilva, A. L.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1997, March). Perceptions of fairness in the domain of child care. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Psi Chi Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Hartford, Conn.

Chapdelaine, A., & Sullivan, M.* (1996, July). Consensus and self-other agreement in trait perceptions as a function of acquaintance. Paper presented at the 8th annual convention of the American Psychological Society, San Francisco, Calif.

Ryker, R.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1995, April). Comparison of need satisfaction and importance of satisfaction on grades within high school and college students. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Franklin, Ind.

Chapdelaine, A., & Sullivan, M.* (1995, March). Accuracy in perceptions of liking: A longitudinal analysis. Paper presented at the 66th annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, Mass.

Chapdelaine, A. (1994, May). The effects of group value and outcome on fairness perceptions and group attitudes. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Society, Chicago, Ill.

Anstett, H.*, Brennan, J.*, Durbin, B.*, Hefner, K.*, Minor, S.*, Ryker, R.*, Vires, J.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1994, April). The return rate of “lost” letters as a function of addressee and location of letter. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Evansville, Ind.

Hubster, D.*, Sullivan, M.*, & Chapdelaine, A. (1994, April). The influence of authority and peers on conformity. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Evansville, Ind.

Chapdelaine, A., & Lowe, C. A. (1993, June). The increased importance of procedural and distributive fairness due to group value. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Chicago, Ill.

Chapdelaine, A., & Lowe, C. A. (1993, April). Evaluations of procedural and distributive justice as a function of the strength of familial bonds. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Wash., D.C.

Chapdelaine, A., & Lowe, C. A. (1992, March). The effects of sex-role orientation on moral judgments. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society biennial meeting, San Diego, Calif.

Chapdelaine, A. (1991, April). The effects of response latency and level of arousal on the accuracy-confidence relationship of eyewitnesses. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, N.Y.

Chapdelaine, A. (1988, August). Predictors of attitudes toward AIDS. Paper presented at the 96th annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, Ga.

*Student co-authors or co-presenters.