Poster 1

Discrimination and Cognitive Failures: Examining Between- and Within-Persons Associations
Nadyanna M. Majeed, K. T. A. Sandeeshwara Kasturiratna, Verity Y. Q. Lua, Ming Yao Li, Andree Hartanto, Singapore Management University, Singapore
What impacts does experiencing discrimination have on cognitive health? 253 young adults from Singapore and 3577 midlife adults from the US provided lifetime and daily measures to answer this question. Multilevel modelling revealed consistently that experiencing discrimination was associated with poorer cognitive health at both the within- and between-person levels.


Poster 2

Adversity & Resilience Among Older Adults Living with Chronic Pain
Natasha L. Gallant, Venezya Thorsteinson, Department of Psychology, University of Regina, Canada

Aim: The aim of the proposed study is to gain a better understanding of the role of adversity and resilience among older adults living with chronic pain.
Main Point: Results from this study will help further research surrounding older adults living with chronic pain, ultimately trying to improve their lives.

Poster 3

Childhood Maltreatment Emotion Regulation Alcohol Use: Is There a Connection?
Karina Villalba1, Maria JOse Del Pino Espejo2, Elizabeth Robbins1, Eladia Illescas Estevez3, 1University of Central Florida, United States of America; 2Universidad Pablo Olivade; 3Centro de Estudios Andaluces

Determine whether difficulties with emotion regulation mediated the relationship between childhood maltreatment and alcohol use by gender in students in Andalucía, Spain. Emotion regulation dimensions significantly mediated this relationship in males and females. This suggests that males and females who reported childhood neglect used emotion regulation strategies differently.

Poster 4

Emotional Reactivity in Dark Triad: A Daily Diary Approach
Ming Han Lim, Nadyanna M. Majeed, Andree Hartanto, Singapore Management University, Singapore
We examine the relationship between the Dark Triad and affective reactivity to daily stressors using a daily diary design. The findings reveal that affective reactivity was not influenced by trait levels of narcissism, psychopathy, or Machiavellianism. However, psychopathy is associated with lower daily positive affect and higher daily negative affect.

Poster 5

The Relationship between Health Support, and Competence for Healthy Eating
Yoshiko Kato1, Michinori Kurokawa2, Hiromi Kurokawa3, 1Kobe university; 2Setsunan university; 3Osaka aoyama university

The relationship between perceived health support, motivation and competence for healthy diet was examined. Perceived health support as being respected autonomy associated to autonomous motivation for healthy eating, and autonomous motivation associated to competence to maintain healthy eating. The controlled motivation did not relate to competence for healthy eating habits.

Poster 6

The Process Of Understanding A Friend Who Self-Injury
Kyohei Nishi, Kobe Univ., Japan
The purpose of this study was to elucidate the ways in which friends who self-injury are perceived. While many of the processes were better understood through listening to the background and feelings of friends’ self-injury, others were found to be contagious processes or processes that were viewed as attention-seeking behaviors.


Poster 7

The Differences of the Adaptive Regression between Two Artistic Genres.
Toshiki Ito, Graduate School of Human Development and Environment, Kobe University, Japan

The aim of this study is to investigate whether the aspects of adaptive regression are different in artists of different genres (i.e. between contemporary dancers and scenographers). It was shown that contemporary dancers were more liable to regress in the Rorschach test than scenographers.

Poster 8

Middle-Aged Resiliency and Resistance Study: Ageism & Age-Inclusivity
Donna I. Dumitrescu, Natasha L. Gallant, University of Regina, Canada
Findings from a qualitative study related to the midlife (ages 45-64), ageism, age-inclusivity, and resilience in a Canadian sample will be presented. While middle adults experiencing ageism remains uncommon, it leaves a lasting effect on those who have experienced it, warranting further exploration on how to foster intergenerational respect.

Poster 9

Middle-Aged Resiliency and Resistance Study (MARRS): Aging Across the Lifespan
Courtney Diana Cameron, Donna Dumitrescu, Natasha Gallant, The University of Regina, Canada
This study aimed to investigate and conduct an in-depth analysis of aging misconceptions and ageist notions experienced by adults across their lifespans. We found that ageism exists across the adult lifespan, but that ageism unfolds differently depending on the age of the person perpetrating ageism and the one experiencing ageism.

Poster 10

Intellectual Humility And Daily Affective Reactions To Uplifts And Stressors
K T A Sandeeshwara Kasturiratna, Verity Y Q Lua, Nadyanna M Majeed, Andree Hartanto, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Does higher intellectual humility (IH) levels affect your emotional reactions to daily uplifts and stressors? To answer this, 253 young adults in Singapore completed a 7-day daily diary. Multilevel modelling revealed that IH increased positive affect and decreased negative affect during uplift exposure, but had no effect during stressor exposure.