Corresponding Author Information: Christopher J. Hopwood

Session Abstract: The focus of this symposium is the clinical assessment of interpersonal dynamics. Asan and Pincus will examine the associations of several common clinical measures of schizotypy across interpersonal circumplex surfaces. Kehl and colleagues will examine how
the convergence of interpersonal values and efficacies is related to interpersonal problems. Meisel and colleagues will describe how interpersonal interactions between parents and teens can be used to predict teen substance use risk. Finally, Luo and colleagues will demonstrate the use of a single case design for examining links between interpersonal processes and psychotherapy ruptures.

Chair Information: Christopher J. Hopwood | UC Davis, Davis CA

Presentation 1 Title: Establishing Construct Validity of Schizotypy Within and Across Interpersonal Circumplex Surfaces

Presenters:

A. Esin Asan | Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

Aaron L. Pincus | Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

Presentation 2 Title: A Response Surface Analysis Investigation of the Effects of (Mis)alignment between Interpersonal Values and Efficacies on Interpersonal Problems

Presenters:

Madeline Kehl | University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Elizabeth Edershile | University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Christopher J. Hopwood | UC Davis, Davis, CA

Aidan GC Wright |

Presentation 3 Title: Using the Continuous Assessment of Interpersonal Dynamics to Identify Adaptive Parent-Adolescent Substance Use Discussions

Presenters:

Samuel N. Meisel | University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Craig R. Colder | University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Christopher J. Hopwood | UC Davis, Davis, CA

Presentation 4 Title: Integrating Dynamic Assessments and Idiographic Analyses to Examine Interpersonal Microprocesses in Therapeutic Alliance Ruptures

Presenters:

Xiaochen Luo | Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

Evan W. Good | Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Joshua Turchan | Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Alytia A. Levendosky | Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Christopher J. Hopwood | UC Davis, Davis, CA

Headshot of Dr. HopwoodDr. Christopher Hopwood

Dr. Hopwood is a Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Davis, Associate Editor at the Journal of Personality Assessment, former Board Member for the Society for Personality Assessment, and editor (with Mark Waugh and Abby Mulay) of The DSM-5 Alternative Model for Personality Disorders: Integrating Multiple Paradigms of Personality Assessment, and (with Mark Waugh) Personality Assessment Paradigms and Methods: A collaborative reassessment of Madeline G.

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