Melissa Bond

Melissa Bond

Melissa is a 2nd year PhD student in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University with clinical and research interests in the area of relationships, specifically long-distance romantic relationships. She is interested in the impact of long-distance dating relationships on later marriage success. Melissa is a member of Dr. Wickham's Interpersonal Relationships and Applied Methodology research lab and currently works for i4Health as a research assistant and statistics consultant. She received a bachelor's degree from the Chapman University, in Psychology.

PUBLICATIONS

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

 

Ariza, A., Shears, C., Lam, M., Cohen, A., Bond, M., Smith, M., Sam, E., & Kim, J. (March, 2015). Why doesn’t negative language behave? Inferences from emotional language. Poster presented at The Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

 

Shears, C., Ariza, A., Kim, J., Sam, E., Bond, M., & Lam, M. (April, 2015). Emotional Balance? Inferences in Left and Right Hemispheres. Poster presented at The Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

 

Shears, C., Ariza, A., Sam, E., Kim, J., Bond, M., & Lam, M. (November, 2014). Insights into Thinking: Quantifying Thinking. Poster presented at the Psychonomics Society Annual Meeting, Long Beach, California.

 

Shears, C., Ariza, A., Kim, J., Sam, E., Bond, M. Lam, M., Flax, S.  (May, 2014). Hemisphere Differences: Inferences and Emotional Language. Poster presented at the Chapman University Student Research Day.

 

Shears, C., Ariza, A., Kim, J., Sam, E., Bond, M. Lam, M., Flax, S.  (April, 2014). Hemisphere Differences: Inferences and Emotional Language. Poster presented at The Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston, MA.

 

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND APPLIED METHODS LAB

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