1 FARRAH M. JACQUEZ Curriculum Vita Academic Appointment Assistant Professor Department of Psychology 409E Dyer Hall P.O. Box University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH Contact Information Office: Cell: Education 12/2006 Doctor of Philosophy, Clinical Psychology Vanderbilt University; Nashville, TN Dissertation Thesis: Parenting as a Mediator between Poverty and Depressive Symptoms in Children Advisor: David Cole, Ph.D. 08/2001 Master of Arts, Psychology University of Notre Dame; Notre Dame, IN Master s Thesis: Predicting Dropout Risk Factors from Achievement Motivation Constructs Advisor: David Cole, Ph.D. 05/1999 Bachelor of Arts, Psychology Marshall University; Huntington, WV Grants 08/09-08/10 Interdisciplinary Research Grant University of Cincinnati Research Council Healthy Habits for Kids: A School-Based Intervention to Improve Children s Physical Activity and Eating Habits 08/07-08/09 Health Disparities Loan Repayment Grant National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD Managing child weight in low-income Latino families.
2 Honors and Awards 07/05-06/06 Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Fellowship Maternal Child and Health Bureau and The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA 05/2004 Susan W. Gray Award for Scholarly Writing Vanderbilt University Department of Psychology; Nashville, TN 05/1999 Outstanding Graduate/Valedictorian of College of Liberal Arts Marshall University; Huntington, WV Research Experience 08/06-08/08 Postdoctoral Trainee NIH Training Grant: Health Behavior Research in Minority Pediatric Populations Department of Pediatrics University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Mentor: Alan Delamater, Ph.D. Developed and conducted obesity and diabetes intervention programs with low-income Latino families. 09/03-06/05 Research Assistant Department of Psychology Vanderbilt University Mentor: David Cole, Ph.D. Collaborated with mentor and colleagues to design and execute a laboratory-based study of parent/child interactions and depressive symptoms. 08/01-08/03 Graduate Trainee NIMH Developmental Psychopathology Training Grant Director: Judy Garber, Ph.D. Received training and funding through a grant designed to develop future researchers in developmental psychopathology. 2
3 08/99-08/01 Research Assistant Department of Psychology The University of Notre Dame Mentor: David Cole, Ph.D. Participated in data collection and analyzed results of longitudinal study of self-perceived competence and depression in children and adolescents. Publications Cole, D. A., Jacquez, F. M., Truss, A. E., Pineda, A. Q., Folmer, A. S., Tilghman- Osborne, C. E., Felton, J. W., & Maxwell, M. A. (in press). Gender differences in the longitudinal structure of cognitive diatheses for depression in children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Psychology. Vaughn, L. M., Jacquez, F. M., & Baker, R. C. (in press). Cultural health attributions, beliefs, and practices: effects on healthcare and medical education. The Open Medical Education Journal. Cole, D.A., Jacquez, F. M., LaGrange, B., Pineda, A., Truss, A. B., Folmer, A. S., et al. (under review). Cognitive risks for depression: A longitudinal study of children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. Delamater, A., Jacquez, F., Patino-Fernandez, A.M. (2009). Type 2 Diabetes in Youth. In W. O Donohue & L. Tolle (Eds.), Behavioral Approaches to Chronic Disease in Adolescence. New York: Springer. Jacquez, F. M., Stout, S., Alvarez-Salvat, R., Fernandez, M., Villa, M., Sanchez J., Eidson, M., Nemery, R., & Delamater, A.M. (2008). Parent Perspectives of Diabetes Management in School Settings. Diabetes Educator, 34, Cole, D. A., Ciesla, J., Dallaire, D., Jacquez, F., Pineda, A., LaGrange, B., Bruce, A., Folmer, A., Tilghman-Osborne, C., & Felton, J. (2008). Emergence of attibutional style and its relation to depressive symptoms. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 117, Dallaire, D.H., Cole, D. A., Smith, T.M., Ciesla, J.A., LaGrange, B., Jacquez, F.M., Pineda, A.Q., Truss, A.E., & Folmer, A.S. (2008). Predicting Children s Depressive Symptoms from Community and Individual Risk Factors. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 37, Bruce, A. E., Cole, D. A., Dallaire, D. H., Jacquez, F. M., Pineda, A. Q., & LaGrange, B. (2006). Relations of parenting and negative life events to cognitive diatheses for depression in children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 34,
4 Dallaire, D. H., Pineda, A. Q., Cole, D. A., Ciesla, J., Jacquez, F. M., LaGrange, B., & Bruce, A. E. (2006). Relation of supportive-positive and harsh-negative parenting behaviors to children's depressive symptoms. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 35, Jacquez, F. M., Cole, D. A., & Searle, B. (2004). Self-perceived competence as a mediator between maternal feedback and depressive symptoms in adolescents. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 32, Seroczynski, A. D., Jacquez, F. M., & Cole, D. A. (2003). Depression and suicide during adolescence. In G. R. Adams & M. Berzonsky (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook on Adolescence. Cole, D. A., Tram, J. M., Martin, J. M., Hoffman, K. B., Ruiz, M. D., Jacquez, F. M., & Maschman, T. L. (2002). Individual Differences in the Emergence of Depressive Symptoms in Children and Adolescents: A Longitudinal Investigation of Parent and Child Reports. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 111, Cole, D. A., Jacquez, F., & Maschman, T. L. (2001). Social origins of depressive cognitions: A longitudinal study of self-perceived competence in children. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 25, Cole, D. A., Maxwell, S. E., Martin, J. M., Peeke, L. G., Seroczynski, A. D., Tram, J. M., Hoffman, K. B., Ruiz, M. D., Jacquez, F., & Maschman, T. L. (2001). The development of multiple domains of child and adolescent self-concept: A cohort sequential longitudinal design. Child Development, 72, Presentations Delamater, A., Jacquez, F. M., Villa, M., Patiño-Fernández, A. M., & Sanchez, J. (2009). A community-based family intervention for overweight low-income Hispanic children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario. Jacquez, F. M., Villa, M., Formoso, D., Patiño-Fernández, A. M., Sanchez, J. & Delamater, A. (April, 2008). A Community-Based Overweight Intervention Program for Low-Income Latino Children. Paper presented at the 2008 National Conference in Child Health Psychology, Miami, FL. Jacquez, F. M., & Villa, M. (November, 2007). Childhood Obesity. Invited presentation to the staff of Miami Beach Parks & Recreation; Miami, FL. 4
5 Jacquez, F. M., Valenzuela, J., Patiño-Fernández, A. M., Sanchez, J., Nemery, R., & Delamater, A. (April, 2007). Family Environment and Quality of Life in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes. Poster presented at the Regional Conference on Child Health Psychology, Cincinnati, OH. Jacquez, F. M. (April, 2005). Parenting as a mediator between economic variables and internalizing symptoms in children and adolescents. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Atlanta, GA. Jacquez, F. M., Cole, D. A., & Searle, B. (August, 2003). Self perceived competence as a mediator between maternal feedback and depressive symptoms in adolescents. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario. Cole, D. A., Jacquez, F., Maschman, T. L., & Martin, J. M. (December, 2000). Social Origins of Depressive Cognitions: A Predictor of Depression in Children. In L. B. Alloy (Chair), Developmental Antecedents of Vulnerability to Depression. Society for Research in Psychopathology, Boulder, CO. Clinical Experience 04/09-present Licensed Psychologist State of Ohio, License Number /05-06/06 Clinical Psychology Intern Children s Hospital of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA Experiences include assessment, consultation, and intervention in both inpatient and outpatient settings. One-year rotations include ADHD Assessment in Primary Care and Inpatient Oncology. Sixmonth rotations include ADHD Outpatient Therapy, School-Based Relational Aggression Prevention Program, and Sleep Disorders Clinic. 08/03-06/05 Psychology Trainee, Neuropsychological Assessment Roof & Associates; Nashville, TN Supervisor: Kreig Roof, Ph.D. Provided neuropsychological assessment to children and adults with a wide range of medical and psychological disorders. 08/02-05/03 Psychology Trainee, Individual and Family Therapy Vanderbilt Children s Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic; Nashville, TN Supervisor: Vicki Harris, Ph.D. 5
6 Provided cognitive-behavior and family systems therapy to economically under-resourced children and families in school and outpatient clinic settings. 07/02, 06/03, 06/04 Psychology Trainee, Social Skills Training Groups TRIAD Camp for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Supervisors: Lisa Ruble, Ph.D. and Misty Ballew, M.A., CCC-SLP Conducted social skills groups and activities for children with autism spectrum disorders in a summer camp setting. 08/00-05/01 Psychology Trainee, Individual Therapy University of Notre Dame Counseling Center; Notre Dame, IN Supervisor: Leonard Hickman, Ph.D. Provided individual therapy to young adults with a variety of behavioral and emotional difficulties. Professional Activities 10/08-present 09/07-present 10/01-present Member Greater Cincinnati Latino Health Collaborative Member and Co-Chair of Research Committee University of Cincinnati Action Research Center Member Society of Pediatric Psychology Member American Psychological Association Co-Chair Society of Pediatric Psychology s Task Force on Child Health in the Media Ad Hoc Reviewer Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Journal of Educational Psychology, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Action Research Journal 08/01-12/03 Editorial Assistant Journal of Abnormal Psychology 6
7 Teaching Experience Professor Psychology Department University of Cincinnati Courses include Introduction to Psychology, Diversity and Health, and Health Psychology Seminar. 01/04-05/04 Graduate Teaching Assistant Cognitive Assessment Vanderbilt University Supervisor: Patti Van Eys, Ph.D. Trained graduate students in utilizing cognitive assessment instruments and techniques. Evaluated assessment protocols and reports. 08/00-05/01 Graduate Teaching Assistant Research Methods University of Notre Dame Supervised by: Julie Braungart-Reiker, Ph. D. and Robert West, Ph.D. Served as primary instructor for lab portion of Research Methods course. Taught students practical applications for research methods and supervised the construction of their research papers. Updated 10/01/09 7