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Applied Psychology Labs


Dr. Berry created APLABS to provide a place where relevant, important, and interesting research occurs, and where he can mentor students. 

APLABS has in residence between 4 and 10 undergraduate student Research Assistants and Associates.  These students will work on three to five different research projects.  Students will have many research roles: from support RAs to active Research Leaders. 



APLABS is located in Forbes Hall, Room 2064, 
e-mail: berry@cnu.edu and APLABS4@gmail.com.  

 

Dr. Berry's Mentoring

Student Research Assistants have been an important part of my academic life. I am grateful and thankful for such warm, bright and enthusiastic people to share in my research, and for allowing and trusting me to mentor them forward to their future. The most fundamental hope I have for my students is cultivating the joy in seeking, creating, and being among ideas, that translate or create something new, real, tangible, if not beautiful in form and function. I am pleased to say many students have left my lab to enter graduate school, and achieve masters and doctorate degrees.


Dr. Berry conducts research and design at Christopher Newport University, VA.  As Director of Applied Psychology Labs (APLABS) he is the principal investigator, designer, coordinator and mentor.  His research focuses on health-safety, well-being, and self-optimality issues from a design / built approach, and how psychological principles and evidence-based design (EBD) informs solutions.  As both a researcher and designer, Tom uses multiple forms of experimental, field and naturalistic methodologies, as well as the emergent and creative processes of fabricating, constructing, landscaping, and drawing human-centered structures and objects. 

People of APLABS

APLABS includes student research associates & assistants.  These students have contributed their skills, genius, and enthusiasm for producing and implementing psychological research and science.   

Student Research Associates & Assistants

Undergraduate Students and Graduate School Placements

2018
Zachary Krygiel

2017
Kelsie Allison
Christian Rothlisberg
Eva Melendez 
 Old Dominion University
Lindsay Mikel 
 Arizona State University

2016
Jaime Arbesfeld
Caitie McCormack
Kyle Darmstead
Elizabeth Kerner 
(University of Florida)
Caitlin Haworth 
(Springfield College, MA)
Lydia Hemmerly 
Taylor Jordan
Caroline Cox (Virginia Tech)
Jessica Schalow

2015
Daniel Aparicio  Full Sail University
Paige Bloomquist
Madison Bloxom
Amanda Bradbury (North Carolina State University)
Jessica Hanson (NOVA Southeastern University, FL)
Kirsten Mendelsohn

2014
Devante Allen
Natalie Minard (James Madison University)
Emily Reed (Eastern Kentucky University)
Connor Robins
Rachel Ward

2013
Michael Breske (University of Kansas)
Gabrielle Martin (University of Florida)
Zoe Klug
Kelsey Rice
Nicholas Sherwood (University of Alabama)
Lynn-Ellin Zeigler

2012
Jade Austin 
(University of Memphis)
Ellena Sempeles
Emily Whitby (US White House Health Policy Intern; now at 
University of Baylor, PhD in PT program)
Jeffrey Fauber
Max Bukovich

2011
Christopher Fry (College of William and Mary)
Kim Langlais
Andrea Rowley
Emily Schulz (Boston University)
Allison Stafford (University of South Carolina)


2010
Custer, Brittany K. 
(Marymount University)
Gruber, Dara (University Of Minnesota)
Mitteer, Dan (University of Nebraska)
Muse, Ian
Smith, J. Casey

2009
Brancroft, Julia Quigley (University of Texas)
Kailos, Whitney
Rosenberg, Randy

2008
Midkiff, Jacob (Prescott College)
Owens, Kristina (University of Florida)
Rice, Christopher
Hoey, Kristie (University of Melborne, Marymount University)
Daghigh, Shyna

2007
Berry, Daniel (Eastern Tennessee State Univ., MS; Virginia Commonwealth Univ., PhD)
Humphries, Eric
Riegel, Lisa

2006
Hallheimer, Ashley  
(Psy.D. Clinical at the American School of Professional Psychology)
Rutter, Jen (George Mason University)
Null, Meghan
Cashman, Shannon 
(Trinity University)
Barksdale, Shea

2005
Smith, Maggie
Campbell, Elise K.
Fauver, Kristen M.
Holsombuck, Ashley
Kissell, Andrea
Rusnak, Shelley

2004
DeRyckere, Stacy
Edbauer, Amanda

Earley, Erin N. (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)
Dubose, Sarah (Clemson University)
Walker, Mathew C.
Mays, David

2003
Steele, Jenny

2002
Allen, Kristie
Bradshaw, Alex
Gancarz, Diane

2001

Olverson, Mike (George Mason University)
Hockensmith, Silva
Paige, Rachel
Ramsey, Lourina
VanMullekom, Todd
Liczbinski, Mellissa
Pierce, Rachael
Troyer, Lauren

2000

Rose, Michele (Old Dominion University)
Woods, Gabriel Tarmy (George Mason University, PhD, I/O)
Rushing, Pauline
Newton, Morgan
Lynn, Eric

1999

Fournier, Angie Krom (Virginia Tech, PhD, Clinical)
Edwards, Stacey
Savage, Lanya
McNear, Carrie

Heath, Patty (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Haium, Jason
Tyree, Seth (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

1998
Burke, Megan E.
 (Old Dominion University)
Cawthon, Jonathan 
(American School of Professional Psychology)
Dickens, Angela
Kirlew, Simone
Powell, Chris
Neave, Kristi

O’Brien, Melissa (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Shrake, Pam
Singleton, Samantha
Walker, Ashlie


1997 (My first RAs at CNU)
Tucker, Beatrice
Wirth, Abbie

1992 - 1994 (My RAs at Virginia Tech)
Kline, Keith (University of Knoxville, PhD, Experimental)
Stephenson, Robert L. (Eastern Kentucky Univ.; Pepperdine Univ., PsyD, Clinical)
Futch, C. J. (Michigan State University)
Glago, Karen D.
Scott, Rayne N.
Maglietta, D.
Woolfolk, H. D.


Graduate Student Research Assistants

2005
Karmolinski, David

2004
Nipps, Thomas

2002
Smith, Lisa
Outten, Tanya
Kozawa, Masako

2000
Mesmer, Jessica 
(Florida International University, PhD)
Iliescu, Sorena
Fransisco, Ana
Goodbar, Bill
Amadure, Anthony
Swenson, Tina J.

1998
Wilson, Kirk
Mitchell, Morry
Card, Linda
Berrios, Debra

1997
Whipple, Catherine











Mentoring Outcomes
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1. Allison, K. K., McCormack, C. C., & Berry, T. D (2018, April). An examination of children’s influence on recovery in Oxford Homes: A community psychology approach. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

2. Arbesfeld, J. M. & Berry, T. D. (2018, April). Leveling the playing fields: Sports based youth development programs filling the void for underprivileged youth. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

3. Darmstead, K. J., Arbesfeld, J. M., & Berry, T. D. (2018, April). There is no “I” in team: Athlete’s motivation effects on performances and team comradery. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

4. Darmstead, K. J., Krygiel, Z. J., & Berry, T. D.  (2018, April). The psychological diagnosis and effects of a hacked election: Cyber War Pt. 1. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

5. Hemmerly, L. A., Arbesfeld, J. M., & Berry, T. D. (2018, April). Benefits of early implementation of applied behavioral analysis for autistic children: A program evaluation approach. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

6. Kerner, E. A., & Berry, T. D. (2018, April). Escalation and de-escalation of protest violence: A social-psychological approach. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

7. Krygiel, Z. J., Darmstead, K. J., & Berry, T. D. (2018, April). The psychological significance of a centrist voter: Cyber War Pt. 2. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

8. Little, J. K., & Berry, T. D.  (2018, April). A Disney World renovation of the Mountain-Banshee Rookery: Using positive psychology and store redesign to increase sales and service. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

9. Long, P. M., McCormack, C. C., & Berry, T. D (2018, April). Analyzing the communication behaviors of Virginia colleges on student-related topics. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

10. McCartney, B. M. V., & Berry, T. D (2018, April). Connected online, disconnected to reality: The consequences of social media on a person’s well-being. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

11. McCormack, C. C., Allison, K. K., & Berry, T. D (2018, April). Health nuts or nuts for health: An examination of big-five personality traits effects on healthy behaviors. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

12. McLaughlin, E., & Berry, T. D (2018, April). Altering the stigma: The development of the treatment aversion model. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

13. Rothlisberger, C., & Berry, T. D (2018, April). Fighting an internal battle after service: The examination of PTSD therapies for veterans. Presented at the 17th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

14. Allison, K. K., Rothlisberger, C. J., & Berry, T. D. (2017, October). Exploring personality types as predictors for narcotics anonymous outcomes. Presented at 19th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

15. Arbesfeld, J. A., Darmstead, J. K., Hemmerly, L. A., & Berry, T. D. (2017, October). Make or break it: A coach’s psychological effect on players. Presented at 19th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

16. Hemmerly, L. A., & Berry, T. D. (2017, October). Examining the effectiveness and usefulness of CDC’s “Public Health Communication Products”: A psychological analysis. Presented at 19th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

17. Kerner, E. A., McCormack, C. C., & Berry, T. D. (2017, October). Face-touching as a potential self-infection mechanism: A social mimicry approach. Presented at 19th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

18. McCormack, C. C., Kerner, E. A., & Berry, T. D. (2017, October). Comparing CDC hand-washing recommendation with typical hand washing techniques of adults. Presented at 19th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

19. Rothlisberger, C. J., Allison, K. K., & Berry, T. D. (2017, October). Examining how ADHD is influenced by different learning styles: A theoretical approach. Presented at 19th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

20. Haworth, C. D., Arbesfeld, J. M., Darmstead, K. J., & Berry, T. D. (2017, April). Collegiate baseball hitting as a function of rituals and superstitions. Presented at the 2017 Association for Applied Sports Psychology Regional Conference, Denver, CO.

21. Kelsie Allison, Lydia A. Hemmerly & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). Exploring the Influence of Parental Transgender Surgery on College Students’ Attitudes. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

22. Jaime M. Arbesfeld, Kyle J. Darmstead, Caitlin D. Haworth & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). Difference in Influence Between Religion and Rituals on Baseball Players’ Hitting: Praying to the Baseball Gods. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

23. Kyle J. Darmstead, Jaime M. Arbesfeld, Caitlin D. Haworth & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). Getting a Grip on the Cultural Effects on Baseball Players’ Mental Toughness. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

24. Caitlin D. Haworth, Jaime M. Arbesfeld, Kyle J. Darmstead & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). Blame it on the Bounce: A Correlation between Baseball Player Attributions and Performance.   Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

25. Lydia A. Hemmerly, Kelsie K. Allison, & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). The Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) - Influences of Cultural Practices on the Spread of Disease: How Health Organizations Adapt and Innovate. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

26. Elizabeth A. Kerner, Caitlyn C. McCormack, & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). Blame the Blamers: A Social-Psychological Examination of Victim-Blaming. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

27. Caitlyn C. McCormack, Elizabeth A. Kerner & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). Stressing the Importance of Social Support: A Theoretical Approach to the Immune to Being-Well versus Being-Ill. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

28. Eva Melendez & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). The Multidimensional Nature of Eating Disorders: Origin, Prevention, and Treatment. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

29. Lindsay A. Mikel & Thomas D. Berry (2017, April). The Effects of Mindfulness-Based-Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy as a Best Practice for Relationship Integrity Improvement for People Vulnerable to Shame. Presented at the 16th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 


30. Haworth, C. D., & Berry, T. D. (2016, October). The Influence of Self-Perceived Stress and Readiness Awareness on Athletic Performance: A Theoretical Model. Presented at 18th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

31. McCormack, C. C., Schalow, J. E., & Berry, T. D. (2016, October). Examining Exercise and Panic Disorders: Learning to Listen to Your Heart. Presented at 18th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

32. Arbesfeld, J. M., Haworth, C. D., & Berry, T. D. (2016, October). Tossing Yips Out of the Game: Examining Techniques for Reducing Mental Blocks in Baseball. Presented at 18th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

33. Schalow, J. E., McCormack, C. C., & Berry, T. D. (2016, October). The Influence of Sports Related Concussions on the Use of Alcohol and Narcotics: Concussion, Not Just a Movie. Presented at 18th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

34. Darmstead, K. J., Haworth, C. D., & Berry, T. D. (2016, October). Different Spin on the Game: Physical Toughness v. Mental Toughness for Ball Player’s Preparation. Presented at 18th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS), Sweet Briar, VA

35. Gruber, D., & Berry, T. D. (2016, July).  Using Cognitive and Physical Ergonomic Requirements to Promote Healthy Snacking Behavior. A research talk presented at 7th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Orlando, FL. 

36. Paige N. Bloomquist, Lydia A. Hemmerly, & Thomas D. Berry (2016, April). Using Social Media as a Novel Behavioral Epidemiological Tool:  Catching Pathogen Transmission in the Act.  Presented at the 15th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport Univ., Newport News, VA. 

37. Jessica C. Hanson, Caitlin D. Haworth & Thomas D. Berry (2016, April). Canvassing a Campus for Pro-health Communication Literature: The Importance of Bulletin Boards. Presented at the 15th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

38. Caitlin D. Haworth, Jessica C. Hanson & Thomas D. Berry. (2016, April).  A Big Data Innovation to Sports and Athlete Management: Using the Ecological Momentary Assessment Method. Presented at the 15th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport Univ., Newport News, VA. 

39. Daniel A. Aparicio, Thomas D. Berry, and Jeffrey L. Niehaus (2016, April). Investigating Welfare Trade-Off Ratios through Coalitional Signaling and Economic Shifts. Presented at the 15th Annual PAIDEIA at Christopher Newport Univ., Newport News, VA. 

40. Paige N. Bloomquist, Tayler R. Jordan, Jessica C. Hansen, Daniel A. Aparicio & Thomas D. Berry (2015, October). Investigating Fomite Presence in College Drinking Games as a Mechanism for Pathogen Transmission. Presented at the 17th Annual MARCUS at Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA.

41. Jessica C. Hanson, Daniel A. Aparicio, Paige N. Bloomquist, Caitlin Haworth & Thomas D. Berry (2015, October). The Fundamentals of Coughing and Sneezing: An Integrative and Scope Research Approach. Presented at the 17th Annual MARCUS at Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA.

42. Daniel A. Aparicio, Jessica C. Hanson, Paige N. Bloomquist & Thomas D. Berry (2015, October). Advancing Pro-Health Research Using Welfare Trade-Off Ratios: A Modification to the Theory of Planned Behavior. Presented at the 17th Annual MARCUS at Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA.

43. Bloomquist, P. A., Berry, T. D., Hanson, J., & Mendelsohn, K. (2015, April). Investigating College Party Fomites as a Mechanism for Pathogen Transmission. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

44. Bloxom , M. L., & Berry, T. D. (2015, April). The Effects of Divorce on Children: A Comprehensive Cause-Effect Model. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

45. Bradbury, A. E., Cox, C. V., & Berry, T. D. (2015, April). A Human Factors Analysis of Note-Taking Technologies: Designing for the 21st Century. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

46. Cox, C. V., Bradbury, A. E., & Berry, T. D. (2015, April). Designing a Multipurpose Composting Unit to Encourage Agriculture Practices for a Sustainable World. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

47. De Lucia, D. M., Jordan, T. R., & Berry T. D. (2015, April). Vulnerability to Facebook May Lead to Depression: The Critical Role of Neuroticism and Social Comparison Theory. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

48. Hanson, J. C., Berry, T. D., Aparici, D. A., & Bloomquist, P. A. (2015, April). Evaluating Cough Etiquette Compliance with Center of Disease Control Recommendations (CDC) Among University Students. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

49. Jordan, T. R., De Lucia, D. M., & Berry T. D. (2015, April). The Effects of Reading and Reality on Felt Empathy. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

50. Mendelsohn, K. A., Berry, T. D., Bloomquist, P., Aparici, D. A., & Bloxom, M. (2015, April). Examining University Students’ Hand Washing in Public Restrooms. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

51. Minard, N. N., Reed, E. K., & Berry, T. D. (2015, April). Right Hemisphere Damage and Communicative Implications: A Theoretical Analysis. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

52. Reed, E. K., Minard, N. N., & Berry, T. D. (2015, April). Talk Therapy vs. Psychiatry: The Need for a Focus on Cognitive Therapy. Presented at the 14th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

53. Bloomquist, P., Minard, N., Reed, E., & Berry, T. D. (2014, October). A Survey of Preventive Hygiene Behavior and Beliefs Among University Students. Presented at the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

54. Sherwood, N. R., Zeigler, L.-E., & Berry, T. D. (2014, October). The Motives and Incentives of Sex Traffickers: A New and Necessary Approach. Presented at the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

55. Reed, E., Bloomquist, P., Minard, N., & Berry, T. D. (2014, October). The Adverse Cognitive Effects of Electroconvulsive Therapy and its Misuse: The Existence of the Medieval Practices still Prevails. Presented at the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

56. Zeigler, L.-E., Sherwood, N. R., & Berry, T. D. (2014, October).  The Influence of Nature Reverence on Mental Health in an Indigenous Quechuan Community: Potential Insights for Traditional Western Psychotherapy. Presented at the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

57. Allen, D. & Berry, T. D. (2014, April). Lost in the Numbers: An Analysis of the Structure and Teaching Methods in Research Statistics Courses. Presented at the 13th Annual Paideia at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

58. Klug, Z., Ward, R. D., Robins, C., & Berry, T. D. (2014, April). The Beneficial Effects of Art Therapy on Childhood Trauma and Recovery. Presented at the 13th Annual Paideia Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

59. Minard, M. N., Reed, E. K., & Berry, T. D. (2014, April). Modeling Causes and Moderators in Speech Therapy: I’m Just Saying.  Presented at the 13th Annual Paideia Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

60. Robins, C., Klug, Z., & Berry, T. D. (2014, April).  The Combined Effect of Violent Video Games and Violent Music on Aggression. Presented at the 13th Annual Paideia Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

61. Sherwood, N. R., Zeigler, L. K., & Berry, T. D. (2014, April). Allostasis and the Survivor’s Reaction to Sex Trafficking. Presented at the 13th Annual Paideia Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

62. Reed, E. K., Minard, M. N., & Berry, T. D. (2014, April). The Clinical Effects of Persistent Social Media Use and Social Comparison on Patrons: Depression is Just a Click Away. Presented at the 13th Annual Paideia Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

63. Zeigler, L. K., Sherwood, N. R., & Berry, T. D. (2014, April). The Cyclical Nature of Intrastate Conflict: The Impact of Cultural Dynamics, Aggressive Behavior, and Psychological Trauma on Nation Instability. Presented at the 13th Annual Paideia Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

64. Breske, M., & Berry, T. D. (2013, October).  Enhancing Athletic Performance and Teamwork with Intrinsic Motivation: Examples in Soccer.  Presented at the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

65. Zeigler, L.-E., Martin, G., & Berry, T. D. (2013, October). The Effect of Environmental and Cultural Factors on Mental Health in Pakistan. Presented at the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

66. Martin, G., Zeigler, L.-E., & Berry, T. D. (2013, October). Using the Big Five Characteristics to Sort Voter Attraction to a Candidate: A Case of Trait Similarities Between Self-Ratings. Presented at the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

67. Breske, M., & Berry, T. D. (2013, April). Accomplishing Flow in Csikszentmihalyi’s “Flow Theory”: A Synthesis of Key Motivation Theories. Presented at the 12th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

68. Fry, C., & Berry, T. D. (2013, April). A Cultural Examination of Hyper-Masculinity and Mental Disorders with Fire, Military and Police. Presented at the 12th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

69. Austin, J., & Berry, T. D. (2013, April). Seat Intention Theory: A Predictive Framework for Seat Selection. Presented at the 12th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

70. Sempeles, E., & Berry, T. D. (2013, April). Culture’s Influence on Attachment, Parenting Styles, and Development. Presented at the 12th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

71. Whitby, E., Sempeles, E., & Berry, T. D. (2013, April). Advertisement and Childhood Obesity. Presented at the 12th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

72. Stafford, A., Martin, G., & Berry, T. D. (2013, April). The Impact of Personal and Societal Factors on Voter Behavior. Presented at the 12th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

73. Martin, G., Stafford, A., & Berry, T. D. (2013, April). Perceived Congruence of Voters’ and Candidates’ Big Five Personality Traits. Presented at the 12th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

74. Stafford, A., Martin, G., & Berry, T. D. (2012, October). The Candidate Attraction Model: The Social-Psychological Implications of Attraction to U.S. Voters During the 2012 Presidential Election. Presented at the 14th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

75. Fauber, J., Sempeles, E., & Berry, T. D. (2012, October). Cigarettes vs. Marijuana: A Comparison of Smoking and its Effect on Physical and Mental Health. Presented at the 14th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

76. Fry, C., & Berry, T. D. (2012, October). Etiological Differences and Relation of Eating Disorders and Borderline Personality Disorder: Questions of Diagnosis and Therapy. Presented at the 14th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

77. Sempeles, E., Fauber, J., & Berry, T. D. (2012, October). Love as Medicine: The Effects of Love on Health Outcomes. Presented at the 14th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

78. Schulz, E., Austin, J., & Berry, T. D. (2012, October). Perceptual Manipulation of the Reptilian Brain: Does Consumer Marketing Sell or Seduce? Presented at the 14th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

79. Austin, J., Schulz, E., & Berry, T. D. (2012, April). Seat Intention Theory as a Framework for Describing Student Desk Selection: Pick a Seat - Any Seat. Presented at the 11th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA 

80. Fry, C., Mitteer, R. D., & Berry, T. D. (2012, April). A Theoretical Model to Explain the Onset of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury. Presented at the 11th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

81. Martin, G., Stafford, A., & Berry, T. D. (2012, April). The Voter Intent Model: A Preliminary Framework for Factors Predicting Voter Behavior. Presented at the 11th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

82. Whitby, E., Mitteer, D. R., & Berry, T. D., (2012, April). The Anti-Tobacco Public Policy Campaign as a Model for Obesity Regulation: A Recapitulation or Simply History. Presented at the 11th Annual Paideia Undergraduate Conference at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA

83. Mitteer, D. R., Berry, T. D., Rowley, A. B., & Fry, C. (2011, October).  Beyond the theory of planned behavior: Using the self-identity theory to explain variance in hand washing.  A poster presented at the 13th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

84. Rowley, A. B., Waller, G., Mitteer, D. R., & Berry, T. D. (2011, October).  The complexity of aggression: An exploratory and theoretical approach.  A poster presented at the 13th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

85. Fry, C., Mitteer, D. R., Rowley, A. B., & Berry, T. D. (2011, October). The effects of sexual abuse on dissociative identity disorder emergence: A preliminary theoretical approach.  A poster presented at the 13th Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA. 

86. Gruber, D. S., & Berry, T. D. (2011, March). Food Placement in Refrigerators Influencing Inherent Choice Behavior: Implications of the Availability Heuristic in the Obesity Epidemic.  Presented at the 10th Annual PAIDEIA Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research Conference, Newport News, VA.

87. Mitteer, D. R., Custer, B. K., & Berry, T. D. (2011, March). Examining Hand Hygiene Using the Theory of Planned Behavior.  Presented at the 10th Annual PAIDEIA Undergraduate and Graduate Student Research Conference, Newport News, VA.

88. Gruber, D., & Berry, T. D. (2010, October).  A naturalistic and literature review of refrigerator designs: Implications for Food choice and habits.  A poster presented at the 12th Annual Mid-Atlantic Research Conference for Undergraduate Studies, Sweet Briar College, VA.

89. Custer, B. K., & Berry, T. D. (2010, October).  The evidence-based existence of the Not-Known Self: Unintended implications of social psychology. A poster presented at the 12th Annual Mid-Atlantic Research Conference for Undergraduate Studies, Sweet Briar College, VA.

90. Mitteer, D. R., & Berry, T. D. (2010, October). Posttraumatic growth: Investigating the positive change processes of children during stressful life events. A poster presented at the 12th Annual Mid-Atlantic Research Conference for Undergraduate Studies, Sweet Briar College, VA.

91. Muse, I. D., Berry, T. D., & Schwartz, N. (2010, October). Concurrent bimodal event related potential tasks: Implications of multitasking and interference.  A poster presented at the 12th Annual Mid-Atlantic Research Conference for Undergraduate Studies, Sweet Briar College, VA.

92. Gruber, D. S., Berry, T. D., Custer, B. K., & Mitteer, D. R. (2010, April).  Spatial arrangements of a faculty office space to induce social communication: A psycho-architectural perspective.  A poster presented at the Seventh Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

93. Custer, B. K., Berry, T. D., Muse, I. D., Mitteer, D. R., & Gruber, D. S. (2010, April).  The schematic nature and limitations of self knowledge: Measuring the not-known self. A poster presented at the Seventh Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

94. Mitteer, D. R., Berry, T. D., Custer, B. K., Gruber, D. S., & Rosenberg, R. A. (2010, April). The significance of deception detection in the clinical context: investigating verbal and non-verbal indicators of deceit.  A poster presented at the Seventh Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

95. Muse, I. D., Berry, T. D., Custer, B. K. (2010, April). Understanding religious outcomes: Cognitive processing of conversion and adherence.  A poster presented at the Seventh Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

96. Kailos, W., Berry, T. D., Custer, B. K., & Smith, J. C. (2010, April). Nutritional knowledge: The gateway intervention to increase women’s health behavior and body image. A poster presented at the Seventh Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

97. Rosenberg, R. A., Custer, B. K., & Berry, T. D. (2010, April).  The effect of technology advancements on baseball abt safety: Who is responsible for our children’s injuries? A poster presented at the Seventh Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

98. Kailos, W., Bancroft, J. Q., & Berry, T. D. (2009, October).  The effects of diet as a function off nutritional knowledge and lifestyle on college aged women’s body image. Poster presented at Eleventh Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar College, VA.

99. Rosenberg, R. A., Custer, B. K., & Berry, T. D. (2009, October).  The effects of today’s job search technology on strain as relevant to American unemployed worker: Person-environment fit.  Poster presented at Eleventh Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar College, VA.

100. Brancroft, J. Q., Berry, T. D., Owens, K. M., & Kailos, W. (2009, May). A Theoretical Model for Religion’s Role on Dominance in Gender.  A poster presented at the 87th Annual Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

101. Owens, K. M., Berry, T. D., Kailos, W. Brancroft, J. Q., & Hoey, K. N. (2009, May). Theoretical Investigation of Women’s Body Image and Unique Therapies Involving Fashion.  A poster presented at the 87th Annual Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

102. Hoey, K. N, Owens, K. M, & Berry, T. D. (2009, May). Train Your Brain to Change Behavior: The Clinical Applications of Neurofeedback.  A poster presented at the 87th Annual Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

103. Kailos, W., Berry, T. D., Brancroft, J. Q., & Owens, K. M., & (2009, May). An Investigation of Eating Patterns and Women’s Body Image on Objectification: Theoretical Contribution of Body Subjectification and Social Comparison Theory.  A poster presented at the 87th Annual Virginia Academy of Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.

104. Midkiff, J. D., Rosenberg, R. A., Smith, J. C., Gray, J. J., Hoey, K. N., & Berry, T. D. (April, 2009). Towards and Effective Program Design for Adventure Based Therapy. A poster presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

105. Brancroft, J. Q., Kailos, W., Owens, K. M., Smith, J. C., & Berry, T. D. (April, 2009). A Working Model for the Relation between Religion, Dominance, and Media on Anorexia. A poster presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

106. Kailos, W., Brancroft, J. Q., Owens, K. M., & Berry, T. D. (April, 2009).  College as a Pressure Nexus for Women and their Eating Patterns. A poster presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

107. Hoey, K., Gray, J. J., Owens, K. M., & Berry, T. D. (April, 2009). Change the Way Your Brain Waves. A poster presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

108. Rice, C. R., Midkiff, J. D., Owens, K. M., Berry, D. R., Hoey, K. R., & Berry, T. D. (2008, October). The Function and Motivation of Philanthropic Leaders: An Analysis of Giving. Poster presented at Tenth Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar College, VA.

109. Midkiff, J. D., Rice, C. R., Owens, K. M., Hoey, K. R., Berry, D. R., & Berry, T. D. (2008, October). Exploring Adventure Based Therapy as a Means of Decreasing Conduct Problems in Children: An UGRC-CNU Funded Research Project. Poster presented at Tenth Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar College, VA.

110. Hoey, K. N., Berry, D. R., Rice, C. R., Midkiff, J. D., & Berry, T. D. (2008, October).  A Biopsychosocial Approach to Music Perception.  Poster presented at Tenth Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar College, VA.

111. Owens, K. M., Rice, C. R., Midkiff, J. D., Hoey, K. N., Berry, D. R., & Berry, T. D. (2008, October). Women’s Shoes and the Feet that Wear Them: History, Culture, and Medical Complications of Fashionable Footwear. Poster presented at Tenth Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar College, VA.

112. Berry, D. R., Berry, T. D., Rice, C. R., & Owens K. M. (2008, April).  An Ancient Chase: Persistence Hunting, Endurance Running and a Cognitive Endurance.  A paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

113. Rice, C. R., Berry, D. R., Owens, K. M., & Berry, T. D. (2008, April).  Altruism as a Function of Empathy and Modeling: A Theoretical Approach. A paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

114. Owens, K. M., Berry, D. R., Rice, C. R., & Berry, T. D. (2008, April).  Psychology of Feet: How Body Image and Self-Esteem relate to Style Choices.  A paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

115. Berry, D. R., Berry, T. D., Midkiff, J. D., & Owens, K. M. (2007, October). Human Running Behavior: Exaptation of Cognitive Endurance. A poster presented at the Ninth Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

116. Midkiff, J. D., Berry, T. D., Owens, K. M., & Berry, D. R. (2007, October). Does Rejection Elicit Aggression?: A Meta-Analytic Review.  A poster presented at the Ninth Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

117. Rutter, J., Berry, T. D., & Owens, K. M. (2007, October). Family Commitment and Interest as Influenced by Gergen’s Idea of Multiphrenia: A Theoretical Approach. A poster presented at the Ninth Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

118. Owens, K. M., Berry, T. D., Midkiff, J. D, Daghigh, S., & Berry, D. R. (2007, October). Differences in Body Image in African-American and White American Woman: A Meta-Analysis.  A poster presented at the Ninth Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

119. Humphries, E. R., Berry, D., & Berry, T. D. (2007, April). The Impact of Computer Mediation of Team Effectiveness. A paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

120. Berry, D., Humphries, E. R., & Berry, T. D. (2007, April). Motivational Stability Model: A Preventative Measure for Burnout. A paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

121. Hallheimer, A. L., Rutter, J., & Berry, T. D. (2007, April).  Multidimensional Analysis of the Need for Cognition Scale.  A paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

122. Hallheimer, A. L., Rutter, J., & Berry, T. D. (2007, April).  Effects of Self Monitoring as a Moderator of Need for Cognition. A paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  

123. Mallory, C., Morris, M., Barber, K., Guajardo, N., & Berry, T. D. (2007, April). An Examination of Theory of Mind Performance in Adulthood. A paper presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

124. Hallheimer, A. L., & Berry, T. D. (2006, October).  Developing a theoretical path model toward advancing the need for cognition construct. A poster presented at the Eighth Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

125. Campbell, E. K., & Berry, T. D. (2006, May). The effect of parental modeling on perceptions and actions regarding hand washing and hygiene behaviors. A paper presented at the Fourth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  

126. Barksdale, L. S., Cashman, S. E., Null, M. A., & Berry, T. D. (2006, May). The relation between job satisfaction and commitment: A meta-analysis. A paper presented at the Fourth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

127. Cashman, S. E., Null, M. A., Barksdale, L. S., & Berry, T. D. (2006, May). A preliminary meta-analysis concerning the effects of violence and alcohol treatment on intimate partner aggression.  A paper presented at the Fourth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

128. Null, M. A., Karmolinski, D. C., Barksdale, L. S., Cashman, S. E., & Berry, T. D. (2006, May).  An examination of gender differences in leadership of computer-mediated and face-to-face work groups. A paper presented at the Fourth Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

129. Campbell, E. K., Berry, T. D., Rutter, J., Hallheimer, A. L., & Fournier, A. K. (2006, March). Association between Parental Models and Hygienic Behaviors: Exploring the Difference between Hand Washers and Dirty Hands.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD. 

130. Campbell, E. K., Berry, T. D., & Hallheimer, A. (2005, October). Parental influence on undergraduate hygiene habits and perceptions of hygienic risk.  A poster presented at the Seventh Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.

131. Kissell, A. C., & Berry, T. D. (2005, May). Workplace environment influence on productivity and satisfaction. A paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA. 

132. Campbell, E. K., Holsomback, A. R., & Berry, T. D. (2005, May). The influence of "otherness" on our everyday lives. A paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  

133. Rusnak, S., Kissell, A. C., & Berry, T. D. (2005, May). The experience of a consulting internship. A paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  

134. Earley, E. N., Kang, K. M., Boynton, R. B., & Berry, T. D. (2005, May). The impact of color vocabulary and gender on color identification. A paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  

135. Karmolinski, D., Kissell, A. C., Rusnak, S., Campbell, E. K., & Berry, T. D. (2005, May). Comparing the group dynamics between traditional teams and virtual teams. A paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  

136. Fournier, A. K., Berry, T. D., Porter, B. E., Holsomback, A. R., Dubose, S. A., Earley, E. N., & Campbell, E. K. (2005, March). Are women the cleaner sex? Gender differences in self-reported health-related beliefs, perceptions, and behaviors.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

137. Hall, M. S., Campbell, E. K., Earley, E. N., & Berry, T. D. (2005, March). An integrative model for understanding the relation between casual sex television programming on adolescent sexual attitudes and behaviors. A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. 

138. Earley, E. N., Fauver, K. M., Boynton, R. E., Campbell, E. K., & Berry, T. D. (2005, March). Gender differences in color naming. A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

139. Nipps, T. R., Karmolinski, D., & Berry, T. D. (2004, May). The relationship of sex, personal and social identity with collaboration attitudes among academic scientists.  A paper presented at the Second Annual Conference of Paideia, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  

140. Hall, M. S., Earley, E. N., & Berry, T. D. (2004, September). Examining the relation between casual sex, television programming and adolescent sexual attitudes. A poster presented at the Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.  

141. DeRyckere, S., Liczbinski, M., Pierce, R., Steele, J., Kozawa, M., Nipps, T., & Berry, T. D. (2003, March).  Executive equity versus corporate performance: A handshake or shakedown.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD.  

142. Smith, L. M., Kozawa, M., Liczbinski, M., Pierce, R., Hockenshith, S., DeRyckere, S., Marshall, T., & Berry, T. D. (2003, March). Shyness and sociability in relation to supervisory feedback styles.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD.  

143. Mesmer, J., VanMullekom, T., Ramsey, L. M., DeRyckere, S., Paige, R., Kozawa, M., Smith, L. M., Hockensmith, S., & Berry, T. D. (2002, March).  The effects of computer based entertainment games versus educational games on fourth grade student academic achievement.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

144. Smith, L. M., Mesmer, J., Hockensmith, S., Kozawa, M., Paige, R., DeRyckere, S., & Berry, T. D. (2002, March).  The influence of supervisor attractiveness and sex on subordinate perceptions of goal-oriented, coaching, and informational feedback.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

145. Kozawa, M., Mesmer, J., Smith, L. M., VanMullekom, T., Hockensmith, S., Ramsey, L., & Berry, T. D. (2002, March).  The influence of a supervisor’s sex, gender, and physical attractiveness on subordinate perceptions of relationship-oriented and nonconstructive feedback.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

146. Rose, M. L., Porter, B. E., Shier, C., Mathews, S., & Berry, T. D. (2002, March).  A survey of driver characteristics related to distracted driving.  A symposium presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

147. Rose, M. L., Porter, B. E., & Berry, T. D. (2002, May).  Personality characteristics of aggressive drivers.  A poster presented at Virginia Academy of Science, Hampton, VA. 

148. Rose, M., Berry, T. D., Porter, B. E., Nichols, L., Taylor, J., & Gancarz, D. (2001, May). Exploring driving attitude differences between college students from 1987 to 1997.  A poster presented at Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA. 

149. Smith, C., DeRyckere, S., VanMullekom, T., Steele, J., Kozawa, M., Ramsey, L., Pierce, R., Liczbinski, M., & Berry, T. D. (2002, October).  The relation between executive equity and corporate performance.  A poster presented at the Mid-Atlantic Region Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship, Sweet Briar, VA.  

150. Mesmer, J. R., Tarmy, G. M., Amadure, A. P., Tarantino, R. G., Allen, K. R., & Berry, T. D. (2001, March).  The Influence of the Physical Attractiveness Bias on Perceptions of Male and Female Supervisor Traits. A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

151. Mesmer, J. R., Tarmy, G. M., & Berry, T. D. (2001), Cartwright, K. B., & Marshall, T. R. (2001, March). The Influence of the Physical Attractiveness Bias on Subordinate Perception of Supervisor Masculinity and Femininity.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

152. Amadure, A. P., Mesmer, J. R., Berry, T. D., Allen, K. R., Rushing, P., & Lynn, E. (2001, March).  The Influence of Group Polarization on Subordinate Perceptions of Supervisor Feedback Intentions. A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

153. Rose, M., Newlon, M., Tarmy, G., Metts, L., Savage, L., Krom, A. M., & Berry, T. D. (2001, March). Survey of Hand Washing Behaviors and Hygiene Habits of University Students.  A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

154. Mesmer, J. R., Berry, T. D., & Swenson, T. J. (2000, March).  The effect of a supervisor’s gender on women’s perceptions of common feedback statements. A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD

155. Swenson, T. J., Mesmer, J. R., & Berry, T. D. (2000, March). The effects of gender and organizational status on perceptions of non-constructive negative feedback. A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD. 

156. Krom, A. M., Berry, T. D., Savage, L., & Edwards, S. L. (2000, March).  An ecological analysis of restroom designs as influencing hand washing behavior and the spread of disease. A poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD. 

157. Mesmer, J. R., Berry, T. D., Iliescu, C. S., Allen, K., & Tarmy, G. (2000, May).  Relationship between subordinate’s need for cognition and their perception of supervisory feedback.  A poster presented at the Virginia Academy of Science Conference at Radford, VA. 

158. Iliescu, C. S., Berry, T. D., Mesmer, J. R., Tarmy, G., & Allen, K. (2000, May).  The effects of a supervisor’s sex and subordinate’s gender on the perception of supervisory feedback.    A poster presented at the Virginia Academy of Science Conference at Radford, VA. 

159. Krom, A. M., Edwards, S. L., Savage, L., & Tyree, S. D., (1999). A preliminary analysis of restroom designs as influencing hand washing behavior and the spread of disease. A poster presented in the Annual Samuel Bauer Poster Contest, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.

160. Wilson, K. S., Berry, T. D., & Beauregard, L. M. (1999, March).  Exploring Fiedler’s Least Preferred Co-Worker Scale (LPC) and feedback delivery: A validation exercise.  A poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Providence, RI. 

161. Krom, A. M., Savage, L., Edwards, S., Tyree, S., Marshall, T. R., & Berry, T. D. (1999, May).  An ecological analysis of restroom designs as influencing hand washing behavior and the spread of disease.  A poster presented at the Virginia Academy of Science Conference, Norfolk, VA.  

162. Singleton, S., Krom, A. M., Edwards, S., Savage, L., Cartwright, K. B., & Berry, T. D. (1999, May). A context analysis of answering safe sex questions: Comparing mailed in surveys to surveys answered at bars and clubs. A poster presented at the Virginia Academy of Science Conference, Norfolk, VA. 

163. Edwards, S., Singleton, S., Krom, A. M., Haium, J., Berry, T. D., & Cartwright, K. B. (1999, May). Birth order influences on sex attitudes and intentions to use condoms for university students. A poster presented at the Virginia Academy of Science Conference, Norfolk, VA 

164. Cawthon, J., Haium, J., Tyree, S., Singleton, S., Porter, B. E., & Berry, T. D. (1999, May). Exploring traffic safety attitudes of University students: Implications for understanding aggressive driving and road rage. A poster presented at the Virginia Academy of Science Conference, Norfolk, VA. 

165. Shrake, P. E., Berry, T. D., Marshall, T. R., Burke, M. E., & Tucker, B. (1998, May).  The relationship between birth order and the sexual behavior of lesbians. A poster presented at the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.  

166. Berrios, D. J., Berry, T. D. & Wilson, K. S. (1998, March).  Gender differences in perceptions of supervisor feedback intentions. A poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.  

167. Whipple, C. L., Berry, T. D., Berrios, D. J. & Beauregard, L. M. (1998, March).  Compensation and the preferences of entry-level professionals. A poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.  

168. Wilson, K. S., Berry, T. D., & Berrios, D. J (1998, March).  Trait differences in task and considerate leadership. A poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. 

169. Tucker, B., Berry, T. D., Wirth, A., Shrake, P. & Burke, M. (1998, March). Birth order and relevant context influences on sex attitudes and intentions to use condoms. A poster presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.