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Selected Presentations

2019

  • Lickenbrock, D. M., Richter* , M., & Quigley*, A. N. (2019, November). Associations between parenting, infant temperament, and infant regulation with mothers and fathers. Poster presented at the Southeast Regional IDeA conference, Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Quigley*, A. N., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2019, March). Infant emotion regulation with mothers and fathers: The roles of infant temperament and parent psychopathology. In E. Davis (Chair) The contributions of child physiology and parent-child interactions to children’s emotion regulation strategy use. Paper symposium presented at the 2019 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

  • Bailes*, L. B., Lickenbrock, D. M., Quigley*, A. N. (2019, March). Impacts of infant temperament, marital satisfaction, and parental psychopathology on parenting across early infancy. Poster presented at the 2019 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Baltimore, Maryland. 

  • Howard*, M. L., Quigley*, A., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2019, March). Come on, baby, do the locomotion: Infant temperament and cardiac physiology as predictors of infant locomotion. Poster presented at the 2019 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

2018

  • Quigley*, A., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2018, November). Examining associations between parental psychopathology and marital satisfaction as predictors of infant emotion regulatio strategies. Poster to be presented at the 52nd Annual Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference, Washington, D. C. 
  • Bailes, L., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2018, July). Longitudinal predictors of parental involvement in early infancy: The role of parent personality and infant temperament. Poster presented at the XXI International Congress of Infant Studies Biennial Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
  • Wesley*, K., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2018, March). Parent personality and infant temperament as predictors of infant cardiac physiology. Poster presented at the 2018 Society for Research in Human Development Conference, Plano, Texas. 
  • Cummins*, A., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2018, March). Examining associations between infant temperament and paternal psychopathology symptoms as predictors of infant emotion regulation strategies. Poster presented at the 2018 Society for Research in Human Development Conference, Plano, Texas.

2017

  • Wesley*, K., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2017, August). Parent personality and infant temperament as predictors of infant cardiac physiology. Oral abstract and poster presented at the 3rd Annual WKU REU in Psychological Sciences/Psychology Conference. 
  • Lickenbrock, D. M., Bailes*, L., & Pearson*, J. (2017, April). Predictors of infant physiological regulation during the still-face paradigm with mothers and fathers. In E. Planalp (Chair) Extending the still-face paradigm: Physiological and neural correlates of infant behavioral regulation. Paper symposium presented at the 2017 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, Texas.
  • Bailes*, L., Pearson*, J, & Lickenbrock, D. M.(2017, April).  Longitudinal predictors of parental sensitivity throughout early infancy: The role of parent personality and infant temperament. Poster presented at the 2017 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, Texas.
  • Pearson*, J., Bailes*, L., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2017, April). Associations between parent mind-mindedness, parent-infant affect, and infant emotion regulation with mothers and fathers. Poster presented at the 2017 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, Texas.
  • Ekas, N. V., Zentall, S. R., Lickenbrock, D. M. & Braungart-Rieker, J. M. (2017, April).Infant emotion regulation during the strange situation with fathers: Associations with attachment patterns. Poster presented at the 2017 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Austin, Texas. 
  • Bailes*, L., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2017, March). Examining longitudinal predictors of parental sensitivity: The role of parental personality and infant temperament across early infancy. Paper presented at WKU 47th Annual Student Research Conference. Won an award for the paper session.
  • Denhard*, C., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2017, March). Associations between parent involvement, infant temperament, and parent affect during early infancy. Poster presented at WKU 47th Annual Student Research Conference. Won an award for the poster session.
  • Pearson*, J., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2017, March). Associations between parent mind-mindedness, parent-infant affect, and infant emotion regulation with mothers. Paper presented at WKU 47th Annual Student Research Conference. 

2016

  • Lickenbrock, D. M., Soto-Freita*, A., Saaedi*, M., Duncan*, L., & Bailes*, L. (2016, May). Infant physiological regulation within the context of the parent-infant relationship: Intrinsic and extrinsic predictors. Poster presented at the XX Biennial International Conference of Infant Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Bailes*, L., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2016, May). Parent personality and infant temperament and their effects on parental sensitivity. Poster presented at the XX Biennial International Conference of Infant Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • O’Connell*, C.,& Lickenbrock, D. M. (2016, May). Associations between parent personality and sensitivity on infant cardiac physiology. Poster presented at the XX Biennial International Conference of Infant Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Soto-Freita*, A., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2016, May). Parent predictors of infant physiological regulation. Poster presented at the XX Biennial International Conference of Infant Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Lickenbrock, D. M. (April 25, 2016). The baby experience: The role parents play. Western Kentucky University Science Cafe. 
  • Bailes*, L. & Lickenbrock, D. M., (2016, March). Examining predictors of paternal sensitivity: The role of paternal personality and infant temperament. Paper presented at WKU 46th Annual Student Research Conference. Won an award for the paper session. 

2015

  • Lickenbrock, D. M., & Braungart-Rieker, J. M. (2015, March). Parent and Child Affect Synchrony from Early Infancy to Toddlerhood. Poster  presented at the 2015 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Greenwell*, V. L., & Lickenbrock, D.M. (2015, March). Associations between Infant Temperament, Parental Competence, and Family Resources and Their Effects on Parental Sensitivity. Poster presented at the 2015 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
  • Lickenbrock, D. M. (August 15, 2015). Examining emotion regulation: The role parents play. Western Kentucky University Ogden College of Science and Engineering Fall 2015 Semester Opening Meeting. 
  • O’Connell*, C. L. & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2015, August). Associations of parental personality and sensitivity on infant cardiac physiology. Oral abstract and poster presented at the 1st annual WKU REU in Psychological Sciences/ Psychology conference.
  • Bailes*, L. & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2015, March). Examining longitudinal associations between parent personality and infant temperament. Poster presented at WKU 45th Annual Student Research Conference. Won an award for the poster session.
  • Duncan*, L, & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2015, March). Determining associations between paternal involvement and infant temperament on paternal sensitivity. Poster presented at WKU 45th Annual Student Research Conference.

2014

  • Lickenbrock, D.M., Greenwell*, V. L., & Braungart-Rieker, J.M. (2014, July). Parent and infant affect synchrony during early infancy: A longitudinal perspective. Poster presented at the 2014 Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Berlin, Germany.
  • Greenwell*, V. L., & Lickenbrock, D. M. (2014, March).Examining associations between infant temperament, parental competence, and family resources and their effects on parental sensitivity. Poster presentation at the Western Kentucky University 44th Annual Student Research Conference. The poster won Poster Session II Graduate Session V.
  • Lickenbrock, D. M. (January 13, 2014). Examining the development of emotion regulation
    within the parent-infant relationship. Invited presentation at Department of Psychology- Developmental Psychology Brown Bag. University of California, Riverside.

2013

  • Lickenbrock, D. M. (August 15, 2013). Temperament. Invited presentation at Western Kentucky University Child Care Center Infant and Toddler Staff Inservice.
  • Lickenbrock, D. M. & Stifter, C. A. (2013, April). Associations between child temperament, regulation, and parenting after disappointment. Poster presented at the 2013 Biennial Society for Research in Child Development Conference, Seattle, Washington.

 Notes: * denotes student author. 

 


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