Mclean Hospital

McLean Research Day 2019: Technology in Psychiatry Posters

Circuit Dynamics Underlying Longitudinal Fluctuations in Mood and Cognition in Bipolar Patients
1:50-2:45pm, Crystal Blankenbaker, Poster 8

Can Current Behavioral Methods Measure Threat-Related Attentional Bias?
1:00-1:50pm, Eliza Passell, Poster 11

Embedding Medical Alert Technology Into Primary Care Practice to Combat Self-Injury Mortality
1:50-2:45pm, Arthur Siegel, Poster 18

How Can Technology Enhance Mental Health Treatment for Transitional Aged Women With Co-Occurring Substance Use?
1:50-2:45pm, Dawn Sugarman, Poster 20

Mindfulness-Based Art Psychotherapy Group for Older Adults Using Digital Tools
1:00-1:50pm, Elaine Hawkes, Poster 27

Altered Expression of Perineuronal Nets After Chronic Electroconvulsive Stimulation: A Pilot Study
1:50-2:45pm, Jake Valeri, Poster 30

Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) – Preliminary Human Testing Results of Two Passive Methods for Detecting Alcohol in Tissue and Breath Compared to Venous Blood Alcohol Concentration
1:00-1:50pm, Jessica Tiber, Poster 35

CS-6 Clusters: A Novel Form of Segregated Microenvironments Modulating Synaptic Plasticity
1:00-1:50pm, Gabriele Chelini, Poster 43

Novel Targeted Clathrin-Based Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for CNS Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Dopamine Transporters
1:00-1:50pm, Gordana Vitaliano, Poster 49

A Novel, Behavioral Task for Measuring Social-Stressor-Induced Changes in Consumption of Palatable Food
1:00-1:50pm, Kristin Javaras, Poster 51

Cognitive Control Across the Lifespan
1:00-1:50pm, Lauren Rutter, Poster 57

Smartphone, Social Media, and Mental Health App Use in Individuals With Serious Mental Illness
1:00-1:50pm, Mark Tenore, Poster 63

Mapping Behavioral Symptoms in Dementia Using Passive Radio Sensing and Machine Learning
1:50-2:45pm, Rose May, Poster 64

Acceptability and Feasibility of a Computer-Based Cognitive Control Training for Impulsivity in an Acute Psychiatric Setting
1:00-1:50pm, Kaylee Stewart, Poster 67

Capturing Longitudinal Fluctuations in Behavior, Mood, and Cognition in Patients With Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
1:50-2:45pm, Michaela Ennis, Poster 76

Assessing Subtle Cognitive Dysfunction Using Self-Administered Online Cognitive Tests
1:50-2:45pm, Luke Scheuer, Poster 84

Feasibility and Acceptability of Using Two Smartphone Applications Post-Discharge From Acute Care: A Pilot Study
1:00-1:50pm, Ramya Ramadurai, Poster 89

Hypnotic Susceptibility and Placebo Responders: An Unknown Threat to the Integrity of Randomized Clinical Trials?
1:50-2:45pm, Roland Carlstedt, Poster 92

Chronic Cannabinoid Treatment Affects Discrimination Learning in Adolescent Nonhuman Primates
1:50-2:45pm, Sarah Withey, Poster 98

CRF Neurons in Control of Learned and Innate Fear: Role of the Basolateral Amygdala
1:50-2:45pm, Natalia V. Luchkina, Poster 100

Development of an RDoC Field Test Battery for Capturing Neurocognition and Digital Phenotypes
1:50-2:45pm, Nicholas L. Mirin, Poster 102

Accessing Social and Electronic Media During Psychotherapy: Clinicians' Perspectives
1:50-2:45pm, Katherine Hobbs, Poster 104

Quantitative Assessment of Mania and Psychosis During Hospitalization Using Automated Analysis of Face, Voice, and Language
1:00-1:50pm, Can Misel Kilciksiz, Poster 129

Holographic Display of Three-Dimensional Data: the Theatre Ghost Projector
1:50-2:45pm, Miles Cunningham, Poster 136