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2022 Annual Meeting

Poster Sessions

Open Science Framework Poster Repository:

Track 1: Digital mental health for depression and bipolar disorder

Moderator: Sabine Wilhelm

  1. SCOPE: A pragmatic study examining technology-enhanced collaborative psychosocial care in the cancer setting. Jina Suh, Ravi Karkar, Tae Jones, Anant Mittal, Lydia Andris, Yihao Zheng, Amy M. Bauer, Ty Lostutter, James Fogarty, Gary Hsieh, Jesse Fann
  2. Researching mental health using online workforces: Opportunities and challenges. Colleen Mills-Finnerty, Halee Staggs, Nichole Hogoboom, Sharon Naparstek, Sherry Beaudreau, Ruth O’Hara
  3. Use of online patient portal among people with depression and anxiety: Evidence from the health information national trends survey, hints 2017-2020. Henry Onyeaka, Chioma Muoghalu, Valentine Enemuo, Gloria Reng, Oghenetega Ayisire, Victor Kekere, Precious Obehi, Joseph Firth, John Torous
  4. The relationship between parent mood symptoms and child behavioral difficulties: Data collected from MoodNetwork, an online research platform. Angela Salisbury, Doga Cetinkaya, Yunfeng Deng, Matan Levine-Janach, Evan Albury, Andrew Nierenberg, Louisa Sylvia
  5. Exploring risk factors for poor engagement with an internet-based CBT program implemented in routine care during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jessica M. Lipschitz, Rachel Van Boxtel, Elizabeth Fisher, Abby N. Altman, Jacqueline R. Bullis, Susan E. Sprich, Scott L. Rauch
  6. Adolescent perceptions of a chatbot for depression. Gilly Dosovitsky, Shirin Aghakhani, Alanna Testerman, Eduardo Bunge
  7. Feasibility and preliminary efficacy of digital interventions for depressive symptoms in working adults: A multi-arm randomised pilot trial. Rachael W. Taylor, Marcos Economides, Rhian Male, Heather Bolton, Kate Cavanagh
Track 2: Digital mental health services for parents and caregivers

Moderator: Stephen Schueller

  1. Designing engaging digital parent training programs. Amit Baumel, Or Brandes, Chen Saar
  2. The need for adapting digital parenting programs according to parents’ likelihood to using coaching services. Yexinyu Yang, Emily Hersch, Emily Lattie, Heather Risser
  3. Disseminating online parenting resources through community-academic partnerships. Ross Schickler, Danielle Benfica, Alayna Park, Abigail Rodriguez, Emma Eaton, Eduardo Bunge
  4. Addressing cultural differences for parental concerns on child digital mental health use. Benlina Aier, Jordan Cherry, Megyn Jasman, Selen Amado, Cyanea Poon, Alexandra Werntz, Jean Rhodes
  5. South Asian parent attitudes towards digital mental health interventions. Ria Nagar, Page Anderson
  6. Building Emotional Awareness and Mental Health (BEAM): An open-pilot and feasibility study of a digital mental health and parenting intervention for mothers of infants. Elisabeth Bailin Xie, Makayla Freeman, Lara Penner-Goeke, Dr. Charlie Rioux, Dr. Kristin Reynolds, Dr. Shannon Sauer-Savala, Dr. Catherine Lebel, Dr. Gerald Giesbrecht, Dr. Leslie Roos, Dr. Lianne Tomfohr-Madsen
  7. The WHO caregiver skills training program. Pamela Dixon
Track 3: Digital mental health services for children, adolescents, and young adults

Moderator:  Kaylee Kruzan

  1. Meet them where they’re at: Adapting an evidence-based child mental health prevention program for podcast delivery to achieve public health impact. CAubrey Rhodes, Karey L. O’Hara, Jesse L. Boring, Sharlene A. Wolchik, Irwin N. Sandler
  2. Utilizing social media to increase recruitment of adolescent and young adult cancer survivors: A case from the bounce back study, a post-treatment stress management and resiliency training program. Emma Siefring, Helen Mizrach, Elyse Park, Giselle Perez
  3. An exploration of Asian American youth’s TikTok usage in expressing mental health concerns. Novia Wong, Madhu Reddy
  4. Developing a digital intervention for nonsuicidal self-injury in young adults who are not treatment-engaged. Kaylee Payne Kruzan, Madhu Reddy, David Mohr
  5. Understanding the potential of interactive tangible devices to provide situated and embodied support for young people’s mental health: An exploratory study. Claudia Daudén Roquet, Nikki Theofanopoulou, Jaimie Lee Freeman, Jessica Schleider, James J. Gross, Katie Davis, Ellen Townsend, Petr Slovak
  6. Digital overload among college students: Implications for mental health app use. Arielle C. Smith, Lauren A. Fowler, Andrea K. Graham, Beth K. Jaworski, Marie-Laure Firebaugh, Grace E. Monterubio, Melissa M. Vázquez, Bianca DePietro, Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit, Katherine N. Balantekin, Naira Topooco, Denise E. Wilfley, C. Barr Taylor, Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft
  7. Applying real-time ecological momentary assessment to capture changes in emotional lability over the course of a novel Cognitive Behavioral Treatment trial for pediatric irritability. Shannon Shaughnessy, Reut Naim, Urmi Pandya, Jennifer Meigs, Katharina Kircanski, Melissa A. Brotman
Track 4: Unique app adaptations to meet mental health challenges

Moderator: Bethany Teachman

  1. Is “AIMS” on target? Usage patterns from AIMS for anger management app users. Taylor Nocera, Shilpa Hampole, Adrienne Heinz, Margaret-Anne Mackintosh
  2. Digital therapeutic alliance in the context of fully automated mental health apps. Fangziyun Tong, Reeva Lederman, Simon D’Alfonso, Katherine Berry, Sandra Bucci
  3. Adapting a smoking cessation app for people with HIV who smoke using a user-entered design research approach. Bettina B. Hoeppner, Conall M. O’Cleirigh, Allison K. Labbe, Ross M. Sonnenblick, Kaitlyn R. Siegel, Susanne S. Hoeppner
  4. The relationships between motivations for social media use and disorder-relevant symptoms in the context of COVID-19. Jordan Price, Berta Summers
  5. Utilization of an interpretation bias smartphone app: HabitWorks. Ramya Ramadurai, Erin Beckham, Yas Salon, Courtney Beard
  6. Assessing suicidality in the moment: Acceptability of a smartphone-delivered suicide EMA to partial hospital patients. Erin Beckham, Heather Martin, Yas Salon, Melanie Hom, Courtney Beard
  7. User-centered design and usability testing of a cognitive-behavioral therapy-guided self-help mobile app for the post-acute treatment of anorexia nervosa. Agatha Laboe, Molly Fennig, Claire McGinnis, Jillian Shah, Marie-Laure Firebaugh, Anna M. Bardone-Cone, Kathleen Pike, C. Barr Taylor, Denise Wilfley, Ellen Fitzsimmons-Craft
Track 5: Understanding use patterns in mobile- and social-media based interventions

Moderator: Jonah Meyerhoff

  1. Mobile phone-based interventions for mental health: A systematic meta-review of 14 meta-analyses. Sin U. Lam, Shufang Sun, Otto Simonsson, Simon B. Goldberg
  2. Single-session interventions embedded within an online social platform: A usability study. Mallory Dobias, Rob Morris, Jessica Schleider
  3. Patterns of engagement with smartphone-delivered CBT for body dysmorphic disorder. Hilary Weingarden, Aleksandar Matic, Jennifer Greenberg, Ivar Snorrason, Roger Garriga Calleja, Susanne S. Hoeppner, Oliver Harrison, Sabine Wilhelm
  4. Minimal effect of messaging on engagement in a digital anxiety intervention. Alexandra L. Silverman, Jennifer M. Boggs, Jeremy W. Eberle, Megan Baldwin, Henry C. Behan, Anna Baglione, Valerie Paolino, Ángel F. Vela de la Garza Evia, Medhi Boukhechba, Laura Barnes, Bethany A. Teachman
  5. Psychosocial profiles and social identities of users of a digital mental health platform. Sara J. Sagui-Henson, Camille E. Welcome Chamberlain, Cynthia Castro Sweet, Brooke J. Smith, Myra Altman
  6. Development and dissemination of a digital mental health screening and referral tool for underserved youth and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic. Janel M. Draxler, Kathryn R. Batts, Karen M. Reyes, Joseph Archer, Sharad Crosby, Nia Lennan, Philip Held, Colleen Stiles-Shields
  7. Analyzing text message sentiment: Do people with depression communicate differently with their strong- and weak tie contacts? Jonah Meyerhoff, Caitlin A. Stamatis, Tingting Liu, Harry Wang, Yixuan Meng, Garrick Sherman, Lyle H. Ungar, David C. Mohr
Track 6: Providing targeted digital mental health resources to meet community needs

Moderator: David Mohr

  1. Evaluating the feasibility, acceptability, and utility of peer-supported mobile mental health for veterans in primary care. Daniel Blonigen, Alexandra Monteno, Jennifer Smith, Jacob Hedges, Eric Kuhn, Eve Carlson, Jason Owen, Joseph Wielgosz, Kyle Possemato
  2. Predictors of treatment seeking and treatment uptake among respondents to an online eating disorders screen in the United States. Anne Claire Grammer, Jillian Shah, Agatha A. Laboe, Claire G. McGinnis, Katherine N. Balantekin, Andrea K. Graham, Lauren Smolar, C. Barr Taylor, Denise E. Wilfley, Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft
  3. Necessity is mother of invention for telepsychiatry innovation: Outpatient home-based alcohol detoxification. Sharon M. Batista
  4. The use of virtual reality in treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Julia Zagaroli
  5. Three-year follow-up of PositiveLinks: Higher use of mHealthPlatform associated with sustained HIV suppression. Catherine Bielick, Jason Schwendinger, Ava Lena Waldman, Chelsea Canan, Karren Ingersoll, Rebecca Dillingham
  6. Centering user experience research in the design of mobile mental health apps for veterans. Beth K. Jaworski, Sarah Senti, Kelly M. Ramsey, Katherine Taylor, Adrienne J. Heinz, Adrian Davis, Giovanni Moraja, Maggi Mackintosh, Jason E. Owen
  7. Usability testing of an online platform for clinician training and delivery of an evidence-based treatment for eating disorders. Laura D’Adamo, Marie-Laure Firebaugh, Zafra Cooper, Denise E. Wilfley, Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft
Track 7: Integrating user interaction and support in digital mental health services

Moderator: Maria Alexandra Larrazabal Carrillo

  1. A review of studies on the impact of online chat rooms and message boards on suicide and self-harm risk in adolescents. Gillian Dreher
  2. Opportunities for deployment of a “crowdsourced” digital intervention: Qualitative analysis of stakeholder focus groups. Stacey Le, Jane Shkel, Gavin Green, Zoë Dodge-Rice, Benjamin Kaveladze, Veronique Marcotte, Kevin Rushton, Theresa Nguyen, Stephen Schueller
  3. Designing for collaboration and engagement with mental health therapy activities. Bruna Oewel, Elena Agapie
  4. Creating your mental health journey: A virtual support group approach. Dr. Patrick Rowley, Brittany Webb
  5. Investing in innovative approaches to digital wellness and mental health. Faye Sahai, Mark Chan, Anish Srivasta
  6. Well-being of participants in multiple chronic disease management programs with a mental health component. Eldin Dzubur, Jessica Yu, Roberta James, Steven Demny, Julia Hoffman, Hau Liu
  7. Using technology to increase physical activity for mental health. Emily Bernstein, Emma Wolfe, Brynn Huguenel, Sabine Wilhelm
Track 8: Enhancing effectiveness of digital mental health services

Moderator: Sarah Hill

  1. The initial validation of RATE-IT, a novel mobile ecological momentary assessment application to probe irritability. Jennifer Meigs, Reut Naim, Urmi Pandya, Shannon Shaughnessy, Kelly Dombek, Katharina Kircanski, Melissa A. Brotman,
  2. Information from keystroke patterns can increase the effectiveness of digital mental healthcare. Adam Goodkind, Darren Gergle
  3. A study of usability and utility of remote digital monitoring of patient-customized outcome measures during psychopharmacology. Craig Surman
  4. Personal characteristics of engagement: Applying the health action procesbs approach to digital mental health intervention. James M. Zech, Morgan Johnson, Michael D. Pullmann, Tim Althoff, Thomas D. Hull
  5. Ecological momentary assessment during exposure-based cognitive behavioral therapy shows decrease in pediatric irritability symptoms. Urmi Pandya, Reut Naim, Shannon Shaughnessy, Jennifer Meigs, Ramaris German, Lauren Henry, Katharina Kircanski, Melissa A. Brotman
  6. Comparing college students’ satisfaction with in-person and remote-delivered mental health services during COVID-19. Emily Hersch, Emily Lattie
  7. The Metaverse: A New Frontier to Deliver Evidence-Based Mental Health Interventions. Noah Robinson, Iony Ezawa, Steven Hollon