APS 2021: Poster Session 2


Poster Session 2 Presenters:

Navigating Today's Zoom Poster Session Breakout Rooms:

We will be utilizing Zoom Breakout rooms which will allow us to split the Zoom meeting to accommodate the many multiple separate sessions for each poster and presenter. When they are deployed by the meeting host, each breakout room will be titled with the name of the presenter and the beginning part of the name of the poster. You will need a desktop or mobile app (version 5.3.0 or higher) in order to utilize all the features of breakout rooms. If you run into problems selecting your rooms, click Ask for Help, it will notify the meeting host that you need assistance and they will be asked to join your breakout room.

You can leave the breakout room and either switch to a different room, return to the main meeting session or you can leave the meeting entirely from the breakout room.

  • Presenters: When the pop-up screen deploys signaling the opening of the breakout rooms, please make your way to your own named breakout room promptly. You will need to self-select the room with your name. Once there, please share your PowerPoint slide using the “Share Screen” option.
  • Attendees: You will be allowed to self-select any breakout rooms you find appealing. The breakout rooms will be listed by presenter name. You can visit as many rooms as you choose in the time allotted.
  • All: at 2 minutes before the end of the session a countdown timer will alert you that the poster session is coming to an end and the rooms will be closing.

Link to APS 2021 Main Page

Link to Oral Presentations Page

Link to Poster Session I Page


Sarah Szymkowicz

Greater baseline subjective attentional complaints predict poorer 8-week antidepressant response in late-life depression

Jennifer Vega

Neuroplasticity-based cognitive remediation for chemotherapyrelated cognitive impairment

Paul Newhouse

Menopause-related cognitive symptoms: Impact on brain structure

Jo Ellen Wilson

Delirium, depression, and longterm cognitive impairment

Veronika Kondev

Endocannabinoid regulation of innate fear responding

Luis Rosas-Vidal

The basomedial amygdala to bed nucleus of stria terminalis projection reduces defensive behaviors

James Bauer

Hyperactivity of ventral hippocampal mossy cells degrades dorsal hippocampal mnemonic function via longitudinal projections

Maxwell Roeske

The impact of incomplete hippocampal inversion on hippocampal shape in schizophrenia

Kendall Beals

Contributions of empathy and emotion identification to subclinical paranoia

Julia Sheffield

Paranoia and grandiosity in the general population: Differential associations with putative causal factors

Reid Finlayson

Unprofessional physician behavior

Rachel Calvosa

Gender differences in social communication during the CASS protocol

Amy Gorniak

Promoting trauma-informed care though consultation as intervention: Reviewing a model

Jessica Schwartzman

Exploring the roles of diagnosis and sex in the severity and type of depression symptoms in early adolescents with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder

Rachael Muscatello

Diagnostic, developmental, and health effects on parasympathetic regulation and reactivity in youth with autism spectrum disorder

Alisa Zoltowski

Insular connectivity in autistic versus neurotypical development

Julia Thome

Building a risk-adjusted model for monitoring psychopharmaceutical prescriptions for children in the child welfare system

India Reddy

Analysis of copy number variation in conduct disorder

Edwin Williamson

Perspectives on the recruitment of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry residents into training programs

Suzanne Avery

Development of thalamocortical structural connectivity in typically developing and psychosis spectrum youth

Maureen McHugo

Amplitude of hippocampal low frequency fluctuations in early psychosis: a two-year follow-up study