Holly Buckman

Holly Buckman

Holly Buckman is PhD student of the 2014 cohort. She received her Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice at Valparaiso University. Her research interests involve multiple areas of study including: the study of marijuana initiation and patterns of use in transition-aged youth, the media’s impact of bias and perceptions of police use of force, how self-determination theory could explain participant dropout or retention in psychological studies, as well as, the accuracy of risk assessments in a Midwestern Juvenile Detention Center.

PUBLICATIONS

Poster Presentations

 

Starr-Glass, L., Buckman, H., Acker, C., Cosgrove, V. (2016, October). Resiliency and Bully Victimization in a Clinical Sample of Adolescents with Mood Symptoms. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, New York, NY.

 

Hyke, T., Buckman, H., Morimoto, E., Zamboanga, B., Haas, A. (2016, August). Ethnic differences in marijuana initiation among adolescents. Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

 

Schmidt, S., Clapper, R., Harrison, K., Buckman, H., & Zelechoski, A.D.  (2015, October). Taking a closer look at trauma in parents of incarcerated youth: Results of a pilot study. Poster presented at the annual conference of The Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences, Evansville, IN.

 

Zelechoski, A. D., Cox, A., Harper, M., Clapper, R., Harrison, K., Buckman, H., & Hayrynen, A. (2015, September). If you want to know the end, look at the beginning: Trauma and risk assessment in juvenile detention. Workshop presented at the National Symposium on Juvenile Services, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Cempel, L., Harrison, K., Hayrynen, A., Hostetler, E., Buckman, H., Schmidt, S., Freedle, A., & Zelechoski, A. D. (2015, August). The relative impact of early caregiver disruption in juvenile risk and recidivism. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

 

Gorman, O., Buckman, H., Garcia, J., Hostetler, E., Hayrynen, A., Katsahnias, A., & Zelechoski, A. D. (2015, March). Learning through doing in psychology and law: The student perspective. Presentation as part of the AP-LS Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee sponsored symposium “Psychology and law in the classroom: Innovations in teaching and learning,” at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA.

 

Hostetler, E., Hayrynen, A., Harrison, K., Buckman, H., Severino, C., & Zelechoski, A. D. (2015, March). (In)Consistency between empirically-validated versus internally-created juvenile risk assessment tools. Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA.

 

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D., Freedle, A. Tuohy, A. (2014, March). International and gender differences of stress and coping for law enforcement officers. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology and Law Association. New Orleans, LA.

 

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D. (2013, April). Keep calm and carry on. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Conference of Undergraduate Research. Lacrosse, WI.

 

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D. (2013, April). Keep calm and carry on: An international comparison of stress in law enforcement. Paper presented as part of the Dean’s Choice symposium at Valparaiso University’s Celebration of Undergraduate Research. Valparaiso, IN.

 

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D. (2012, November). International differences of stress in law enforcement. Poster presented at the annual meeting of Chicago Area of Undergraduate Research. Chicago, IL.

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