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Sheana

Ahlqvist, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
Stony Brook University
sheana.ahlqvist@gmail.com, 407-491-2107

Education:
Ph.D. in Social and Health Psychology, Stony Brook University, Expected May 2014.
Masters of Arts in Social and Health Psychology, Stony Brook University (4.00 GPA), May 2011.
Masters Coursework in General Psychology (degree not conferred), New York University (3.73
GPA).
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Central Florida (3.70 GPA, University Honors),
May 2007.

Publications
Dyer, C., London, B., & Ahlqvist, S. Responses to gender-based rejection: angry versus anxious
affect predicts different coping outcomes. In Preparation.

London, B., Ahlqvist, S., Gonzalez, A., & Glanton, K. (In Press). Perceiving and responding to
social identity and identity-based rejection threat within the educational context. Social
Issues and Policy Review.

Ahlqvist, S., London, B., & Rosenthal, L. (2013). Unstable Identity Compatibility: How Gender
Rejection Sensitivity Undermines the Success of Women in Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Mathematics Fields. Psychological Science, 24(9), 1644-1652, doi:
10.1177/0956797613476048

Ahlqvist, S., Halim, M.L., Greulich, F., Lurye, L., & Ruble, D. (2013) The Potential Benefits and
Risks of Identifying as a Tomboy: A Social Identity Perspective. Self and Identity, 12(5),
563-581,doi: 10.1080/15298868.2012.717709

Halim, M.L., Dalmut, E., Greulich, F., Ahlqvist, S., Lurye, L., & Ruble, D. (2011). The Role of
Athletics in the Self-Esteem of Tomboys. Child Development Research, 2011.

Aronson, J., Jannone, S., McGlone, M., Johnson-Campbell, T. (2009). The Obama Effect: An
Experimental Test. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 957-960.

Invited Talks
Ahlqvist, S. (February 2013). Invited Panelist. How Unstable Identity Compatibility Undermines
the Success of Women in STEM Fields. National Science Foundations ADVANCE
Institutional Transformation Grant Launch Event, Panel on Social Psychological
Perspectives on Women in STEM. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.


Conference Presentations
Ahlqvist, S., Rosenthal, L., London, B., Lobel, M., Levy, S. (Scheduled, February 2013). Perceived
Identity compatibility and social support among women pursuing graduate training in
STEM fields. Symposium: The Right Field for Us: How congruence between personal
values and those supported by the academic context impacts interest, motivation and
performance co-chaired by B. London and R. Romero-Canyas. Society for Personality and
Social Psychology Conference. Austin, TX.

Ahlqvist, S., London, B., Rosenthal, L. (March 2013). How Unstable Identity Compatibility
Undermines the Success of Women in STEM Fields. Eastern Psychological Association
Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

Ahlqvist, S., London, B., Rosenthal, L. (January 2013). How an Unstable Identity Undermines the
Success of Women in STEM. Symposium: Manipulating Perceptions of Fit: The Perceived
Identity Compatibility for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM)
chaired by S. Ahlqvist. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference. New
Orleans, LA.

Poster Presentations
Jannone, S., London, B., Bhushan, D., Downey, G., (2012). Do I Belong? Gender-Based
Rejection-Sensitivity And The Academic Uncertainty Of Women In STEM. Society for
Personality and Social Psychology Conference. San Diego, CA.

Jannone, S., Halim, M.L., Greulich, F., Lurye, L., Ruble, D. (2011). When a Flexible Social Identity
Results in Flexible Social Judgments: An Examination of Tomboyism. Society for
Personality and Social Psychology Conference. San Antonio, TX.

Jannone, S., Halim, M.L., Greulich, F., Lurye, L., Ruble, D. (2010). An analysis of tomboy meaning
in children and adults. Gender Development Research Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Lurye, L., Orosz, C., Jannone, S., Ruble, D. (2010) Felt gender typicality, sex-typing, and their
relationship to adjustment. Gender Development Research Conference. San Francisco,
CA.

Dalmut, E., Halim, M.L., Greulich, F., Jannone, S., Lurye, L., Ruble, D. (2010). The self-esteem of
tomboys and the role of athletics. Gender Development Research Conference. San
Francisco, CA.

Jannone, S., Greulich, F., Halim, M.L., Ruble, D. (April 2009). Tomboyism and Self-flexibility. New
York University Masters' Psychology Research Conference. New York, NY.

Jannone, S., Aronson, J., McGlone, M., Johnson-Campbell, T. (April 2009). The Obama Effect:
Fact or Fiction? New York University Masters' Psychology Research Conference. New
York, NY.


Jannone, S., Conroy, A. (April 2007.) Effects of Gender and Discrimination on Voter Behavior.
Showcase of Undergraduate Research and Excellence, Orlando, FL.

Undergraduate Research Supervision
2011-2012:
Nadia Jafari: Evaluating the Effects of Masculinity on Womens Psychological Adjustment

2010-2011:
Johanna Millord: Rags to Riches: How Socioeconomic Status Can Influence How Women
Endorse Stereotypes About Math Ability
Rachel Rogers: Feminist Fear: Feminist Identification and Stereotype Threat

Ad Hoc Reviewer

Basic and Applied Psychology

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology

Freelance Statistics Consulting
Multinomial logistic regression and other analyses in SPSS (Dept of Biochemistry and
Cell Biology at Stony Brook University), December 2012-January 2013.

Longitudinal mixed models and other analyses in SAS and SPSS (New York University
School of Law), September-October 2010.


Teaching Experience
Instructor:
Psychology of Prejudice (Summer 2013), Stony Brook University.
Psychology of Prejudice (Summer 2012), Stony Brook University.

Research and Writing in Psychology Lab (Fall 2010), Stony Brook University.

Introduction to Psychology (Summer 2010), Stony Brook University.

Research and Writing in Psychology Lab (Spring 2010), Stony Brook University.

Guest Lecturer:
Developmental Psychology, New York University. What makes a tomboy a tomboy?
(Summer 2011).
Developmental Psychology, New York University. What makes a tomboy a tomboy?
(Summer 2010).
Developmental Psychology, New York University. The Role of Social Influences on
Developmental Outcomes. (Summer 2008).
Abnormal Psychology, University of Central Florida. A neuropsychological perspective on
personality disorders. (Spring 2006).



Teaching Assistant:
Psychology of Womens Health, Stony Brook University, Fall 2009.
Developmental Psychology, New York University, Summer 2008.
Introduction to Psychology (Grader only), New York University, Fall 2008 and Spring
2009.
Abnormal Psychology, University of Central Florida, Spring 2006.


Tutoring:
Department of Disability Services, Stony Brook University, Fall 2009: Introductory
Statistics.
America Reads/America Counts, Professional Performing Arts High School, Fall
2007-Summer 2009: High-school mathematics.


Other Academic Honors
Best Research Presentation (2nd runner up): The Obama effect: Fact or Fiction?, New
York Universitys Masters Psychology Research Conference, April 24th, 2009.
Research and Mentoring Program Scholar (RAMP): competitive research grant based on
research proposal, September 2006-June 2007.