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Mesha L. Ellis, Ph.D.     pdf resume

Licensed Psychologist, State of California; 2005; License #PSY 20263
Licensed Psychologist with Health Service Provider Designation; 2007; State of Tennessee, License #P2777
Licensed Psychologist, State of Georgia; 2009; License; #PSY003274

Ellis Evaluation & Consulting Services
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Atlanta, GA 30339
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Certification

  • Sex Therapist – American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. Granted 2015, certification current

Education

  • Ph.D., The University of Alabama, Clinical Psychology, 1996-2001
  • Pre-doctoral Internship (APA Approved), University of Chicago Medical Center, 2000-2001
  • M.A., The University of Alabama, Clinical Psychology, 1996-1999
  • M.A., Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Clinical Psychology, 1993-1996
  • B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara, Psychology & Black Studies,
    1989-1993

Postgraduate Training

  • Vanderbilt University, Family Contexts and Interventions Research Training Program, 2006-2008
  • University of Washington and Child Study and Treatment Center,
    Juvenile Forensic Psychology and Adolescent Inpatient Tx (Research and Clinical Training), 2001-2002

Professional Development Activities

Gottman Method Couples Therapy Training Level 1 - 3, John M. Gottman and Julie Schwartz Gottman, The Gottman Institute, Seattle, WA

Child Custody Related Professional Workshops Attended

12th Symposium on Child Custody Evaluations. Abuse, Alienation and Gatekeeping: Critical Issues for Family Court Professionals, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 10.5 hours, Atlanta, GA, November 3-5, 2016.

Advanced Issues in Child Custody and Parenting Evaluations, with Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D., American Academy of Forensic Psychology, 7 hours, San Diego, CA, September 8, 2016.

Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, with Stephanie Beuhler, PsyD, The Beuhler Institute, Newport Beach, CA, 2 hours, January 2015.

Narcissism and Modern Society, with W. Keith Campbell, PhD, Georgia Psychological Association, Athens, GA, 1 hour, May 2, 2014.

Forensic Ethics: Can the Ethics of Mental Health Professionals Survive in an Adversarial System?, with Peter Ash, MD, Glenn Egan, PhD, and H. Elizabeth King, PhD, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, 3 hours, April 26, 2013.

Narcissism, Entitlement, & Grandiosity, with David Woodsfellow, PhD, Woodsfellow Institute for Couples Therapy, Atlanta, GA, 5 hours, October 12, 2012.

Sexual Abuse Prevention Training, with L. Sellers, Stewards of Children, 3 hours, Dunwoody, GA, March 27, 2012.

Conducting Child Custody Evaluations, with Marc J. Akerman, Ph.D., Specialized Training Services, San Jose, CA, 20 hours, October 29-31, 2010.

Current Critical Issues in Performing Child Custody Evaluations, with Marc J. Ackerman, Ph.D., 118th American Psychological Association Annual Convention, 6 hours, San Diego, CA, August 14, 2010.

Reconceptualizing Child Custody: Past, Present and Future – Lawyers and Psychologists Working Together, American Psychological Association and the American Bar Association Section of Family Law Joint National Conference, Chicago, IL, (Workshops included Families in Turmoil (1.5 hours), Domestic Violence (1.5 hours), Parenting Evaluation Order (1.5 hours), Custody Evaluation Standards and Guidelines (1.5 hours), Hearsay (1.5 hours), Custody Hearing (3 hours), Third Party Custodial Interests (1.5 hours), Alienation (1.5 hours), Therapeutic Interventions for High Conflict Families (1.5 hours), Separation/Divorce in the United States (2 hours)), 17 hours total, May 1-3, 2008.

Child Custody: Issues and Techniques – Part I, with Craig V. Towers, PsychCredits.com, 1 hour, May 12, 2007.

Professional and Academic Positions

2013-2014

Morehouse School of Medicine
Assistant Professor, Clinical – Series III
2011-2013 Morehouse School of Medicine
Assistant Professor, Research – Series II
Master of Public Health Program
 
2010-2011 Morehouse School of Medicine
Instructor, Research – Series II
 
2008-2010 Morehouse School of Medicine
Research Associate

 
2002- 2007

Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Assistant Professor of Psychology (Tenure Track)
 

Honors and Awards

2013

Morehouse School of Medicine Master of Public Health Student-Initiated Teaching Award for Outstanding Service and Dedication

2013 Morehouse School of Medicine Master of Public Health Graduating Class Teaching Award

2013 Participant, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar (competitive application process)
 
2012-2014 Recipient of Loan Repayment Program Grant Award in Health Disparities Research, NIH
 
2012- 2013

Research Mentee, Emory Center for Injury Control Mentoring Program.
Mentor: Debra Houry, MD Emory University
 

2012-2013

Member of Inaugural Class, Georgia Psychological Association Leadership Training Program

2012

Morehouse School of Medicine Master of Public Health Student-Initiated Teaching Award for Outstanding Service and Dedication


2012 Morehouse School of Medicine Master of Public Health Graduating Class Teaching Award
 

2009-2011

Recipient of Loan Repayment Program Grant Award in Health Disparities Research, NIH


2009-2010

Research Mentee, African American Mental Health Research Scientist Consortium Grant Mentoring Program.
Mentor: Stephanie Jones, Ph.D. Harvard University

 

2009 Research Scholar, NIH Summer Institute on Community-based Participatory Research Targeting the Medically Underserved
 

2008

Research Scholar, NIDA-sponsored Addiction Research Training Institute held at Morehouse School of Medicine

2004 Summer Fellow, Visiting Scholars Fellowship Program
Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey

2000 Student Government Association Research and Travel Funds Grant; University of Alabama
 
1996-1998 Fellow, Future Faculty Fellowship
University of Alabama
 

1993

Pan Hellenic Council Award
Grade Point Average and Outstanding Volunteer Work
University of California, Santa Barbara

1993 Educational Opportunity Program Award
Exceptional Academic Achievement
University of California, Santa Barbara

1991 Educational Opportunity Program Award
Exceptional Academic Achievement
University of California, Santa Barbara
 
1991 Dean's List of Scholastic Excellence (Spring)
University of California, Santa Barbara
 

1991

Dean's List of Scholastic Excellence (Winter)
University of California, Santa Barbara

1990 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated
Scholastic Excellence Scholarship

1989 T.M. Durr Memorial Scholarship
St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church, Los Angeles, CA
 

Professional Societies

  • Member, American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and
    Therapists
  • Member, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
  • Associate Member, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Professional Services

Extramural

2006-2011

Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
Editorial Board Member

2006-2014 Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology
Ad Hoc Reviewer
 

Morehouse School of Medicine University Service

2010-2012

Co-Chair, Research Centers In Minority Institutions Translational Research Network: Community Engagement Cluster

2011-2014 Member, Research Centers In Minority Institutions Translational Research Network: Protocol Review Committee
 

2012-2013

Member, Committee on Ethics and Professionalism
2013-2015 Member, Internal Review Board (IRB)
 

Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology

2002-2003

Member, Psychology Department Internal Review Board
2002-2003 Member, Psychology Department Diversity Committee
 

2002-2006

Member, University Faculty of Color Council
2002-2006 Member, Psychology Department Colloquium Committee
 
2003-2004 Member, Psychology Faculty Search Committee
 

2003-2004

Chair, Psychology Clinic Research Committee
2003-2004 Member, GSEP Rank, Tenure, and Promotion Committee
 
2003-2005 Member, Psychology Steering Committee
 

2003-2006

Member, Graduate School of Education and Psychology Diversity Council
2003-2006 Member, Pepperdine University Graduate and Professional
Schools IRB
 
2004-2006 Member, Psychology Clinic Research Committee
 

2005-2006

Member, Psychology Faculty Search Committee

Community Service Activities

2011-2015

Board Member & Vice-Chair, Georgia Coalition Against
Domestic Violence
2013-2014 National Board Member, Mental Health in the African
American Community, Inc.
 
1992-Present Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
 

Teaching Activities

Summer 2016

Adjunct Professor
Mercer School of Medicine, Clinical Medical Psychology Program
Atlanta, GA
Course: Medical Family Therapy

2013-2014 Assistant Professor
Co-Instructor
Morehouse School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine Program
Atlanta, GA
Courses: MED 1509 Community Health
 

2011-2013

Assistant Professor
Course Director & Instructor
Morehouse School of Medicine, Master of Public Health Program
Atlanta, GA
Courses: MPH504 Social and Behavioral Aspects of Public Health
(Fall Semester 2011 & 2012)
MPH506 Research Methods
(Spring Semester 2012 & 2013)

2002-2007 Assistant Professor of Psychology (Tenure Track)
Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Los Angeles, CA
Course Load: 24 units/year
Courses: PSY 601 Assessment of Intelligence
PSY 641 Clinical and Evaluation Research Methods
PSY 658 Individual and Family Development
PSY 662 Clinical Practicum
PSY 668 Clinical Interventions with Children and
Adolescents
PSYD795 Clinical Dissertation Supervision
 
1999-2000 Instructor
The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Department of Psychology
Courses: Abnormal Psychology (2 sections)
 

1999

Guest Lecturer: Intellectual and Personality Testing Graduate Course
The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Department of Psychology
Topic: Administering and Scoring the Rorschach Inkblot Test

1999 Guest Speaker, Residents' Conference: Common Problems in Pediatrics
Capstone Medical Center, Tuscaloosa, AL
Topic: Behavior Problems in School-aged Children
 
1998 Guest Speaker, Residents' Conference: Common Problems in Pediatrics
Capstone Medical Center, Tuscaloosa, AL
Topic: Behavior Problems in School-aged Children
 

1998

Instructor
The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Department of Psychology
Course: Introduction to Psychology (1 section)

1994-1995 Substitute Teacher (K – 12)
Lynwood Unified School District, Lynwood, CA
 
1993-1994 Elementary School Teacher (3rd Grade)
Roosevelt Elementary School, Lynwood Unified School District.
Lynwood, CA
 

Advising

Morehouse School of Medicine, Master of Public Health Program

2011-2013

Subject Matter Expert and Thesis Advisor for the Health Education/Health Promotion Track

2011-2012 Committee Member, Monique Eppinger Thesis – Currently director at a Community Based Organization
 

2012-2013

Committee Member, Amanda Catchings Thesis – Currently a Physician’s Assistant Student at Emory University
2012-2013 Committee Member, Shelton Stribling Thesis – Currently employed at CDC
 
2012-2013 Committee Chair, Christina Mason Thesis – Currently employed at Emory University
 

Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology

2004-2005

Committee Chair, Tamar Apelian Dissertation – Psychologist
2004-2005 Committee Chair, Monica Mejia Dissertation – Psychologist
 

Clinical Activities

2013-2014

Psychologist at Morehouse Healthcare
1800 Howell Mill Rd. Atlanta, GA

2012-Present Contract Psychologist for the Federal Aviation Administration (Tier 2 Psychological Evaluations of Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers, Pre-Employment Psychological Assessment, Fitness for Duty Evaluations)
Washington, DC

2009-2011 Psychologist and Clinical Director at Aaron Cohn Regional Detention Center. Columbus, GA
 
2007-Present Clinical and Forensic Evaluation Private Practice (children, adolescents, and adults served): Atlanta, GA, Torrance, CA, and Nashville, TN
 
2005- 2006

Therapy and Clinical Evaluation Private Practice (children, adolescents, and adults served)
Long Beach, CA
 

2004-2006

Volunteer Mental Health Education Provider through the
California Black Women’s Health Project (A nonprofit organization), Los Angeles, CA

2001-2002 Juvenile Forensic Psychology and Adolescent Inpatient Treatment
Post-doctoral Fellow
University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences/Child Study and Treatment Center,
Seattle, WA
Supervisors: Ivan Kruh, Ph.D. and Leah Landis, Ph.D.

2000-2001 Psychology Intern
University of Chicago Hospitals
Chicago, IL (APA Approved)
Pediatric Neuropsychology Service Supervisors: Carola Fuchs, Ph.D. and Scott Hunter, Ph.D. Center for Cognitive Therapy Supervisors: Greg Rogers, Ph.D., Mark Reinecke, Ph.D., and Robin Weill, Ph.D. Corrections/Forensic Treatment and Research Supervisors: Cynthia Catari, Psy.D. and James Janik, Psy.D. ASAP Clinic Supervisors: Kate Keenan, Ph.D. and Scott Hunter, Ph.D.
 

1999-2000

School-Based Outpatient Services Therapist
University of Alabama Brewer-Porch Children's Center
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: James Collier, Ph.D.

1998-1999 Psychology Clinic Evaluator and Teaching Assistant
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisors: Jean Spruill, Ph.D. and Paul Frick, Ph.D.

1998-1999 Advanced Family Therapy Practicum
Capstone Medical Center, Psychiatry Suite
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Nancy Ruben, Psy.D.
 

1998-1999

Psychology Consultant-High Risk Clinic
Capstone Medical Center
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Laura Klinger, Ph.D.

1998-1999 Case Coordinator, Psychotherapist, and Social Skills Group Leader
Specialized Psychotherapy and Assessment Practicum, Pervasive Developmental Disorders Clinic
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Laura Klinger, Ph.D.

1998-1999 Advanced Therapy Practicum
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Laura Klinger, Ph.D.

 
1998-1998 Pediatric Consultant
Capstone Medical Center
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Paul Frick, Ph.D.
 

1997-1999

Case Coordinator and Psychometrician Alabama School-aged
Assessment Service
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Paul J. Frick, Ph.D.

1997-1998 Basic Therapy Practicum
University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisors: Vonceil Smith, Ph.D., Stan Brodsky, Ph.D., and James Calvert, Ph.D.
1997 Classroom Evaluator
Pickens County Head Start Program, AL
Supervisor: James Calvert, Ph.D.
 
1995-1996 MFCC Trainee Internship
Dupree Counseling Services
Los Angeles, CA
Supervisor: L. Gorman Walker, Ph.D.
 

1994-1995

Volunteer Counselor
Bryson Avenue Elementary School
South Gate, CA
Bryson Avenue Elementary School, South Gate, CA
Supervisor: Gloria Steiner, M.F.C.C.

Scholarship and Research

Granting Agency:

National Institutes on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Title of Grant: Morehouse School of Medicine Diversity Promoting Institutions’ Drug Abuse Research Development Program Investigator Level Diversity Supplement

PI to M-MIDARP: Ronald Braithwaite, Ph.D.
 
Identifying Number: 1 R24 DA 021527 - 01 A2
 
Dates of Award:

2009-2011
 

Amount of Award:

$124,098 across two years
Role: Principal Investigator of Diversity Supplement
Granting Agency: National Institutes on Mental Health
 

Title of Grant:

Family Contexts and Interventions Program- T32
PI: Bahr Weiss, Ph.D.
Identifying Number: T32-MH070329
 

Dates of Award:

2006-2008
Role: Research Fellow
Granting Agency: Pepperdine University GSEP Faculty Scholarship Award Program
 
Title of Grant: Pepperdine Applied Research Center
 

PIs:

Kathleen Eldridge, Mesha Ellis, & Susan Hall
Dates of Award: 2003-2006
Amount of Award: $89,415.00 across three years
 
Role: Co-Principal Investigator
 

Competitive Research Grant Applications Not Funded

Principal Investigator. ATLANTA YOUTH AND FAMILY EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM: A Collaborative Violence Prevention Project between Morehouse School of Medicine, Joseph Emerson Brown Middle School, and the Parents as Partners Academic Center. Office of Public Health and Science, MP-YEP-12-001. Budget: $1,200,000. Submission Date: June 2012.

Principal Investigator. Developing a Health Literacy and Health Communication Program to Meet the Needs of African American Mothers and their Adolescent Children. NIH R21. Budget: $275,000. Submission Date: April 2012.

Investigator. Assessing Health Literacy and Health Communication between African American Mothers and Daughters: Applying Community-Based Participatory Strategies. RTRN: Research Centers in Minority Institutions Translational Research Network. Budget: $50, 000. Submission Date: May 2011.

PrincipalInvestigator. Understanding and Reducing Behavioral Health Risk in Juvenile Justice Involved Youth. NIH: 2011 NIH Director’s New Innovator Award Program, DP2. Budget: $1,500,000. Submission Date: October 2010.

Journal Articles

Ellis, M.L., Lindsey, M., Baker, T., Lochman, J.E., & Boxmeyer, C. (2013). Predictors of Engagement in a School-Based Family Preventive Intervention for Youth Experiencing Behavioral Difficulties. Prevention Science.14, 457-467.

Ellis, M.L., Weiss, B., Han, S., & Gallop, R. (2010). The Influence of Parental Factors on Therapist Adherence in MST Therapy. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 38, 857-868.

Ellis, M.L., Weiss, B., & Lochman, J.E. (2009). Executive functions in children: Associations with aggressive behavior and appraisal processing. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 37, 945-956.

Kruh, I.P., Sullivan, L., Ellis, M., Lexcen, F., & McClellan, J. (2006). Juvenile Competence to Stand Trial: A Historical and Empirical Analysis of a Juvenile Forensic Evaluation Service. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 5, 109-123.

Harding, N., Ellis, M., Eldridge, K., Sanchez, M., & Rowe, D. (2005). A Christian School with a Commitment to Diversity: Oxymoron or What You Would Expect? International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 4.

Loney, B.R., Frick, P.J, Clements, C., Ellis, M.L., & Kerlin, K. (2003). Callous-unemotional traits, impulsivity, and emotional processing in adolescents with antisocial behavior problems. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 32, 66-80.

Lochman, J.E., Curry, J.F., Dane, H., & Ellis, M. (2001). The anger coping program: An empirically-supported treatment for aggressive children. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth, 18 (3), 63-73. This article was reprinted in S. I. Pfeiffer & L.A. Reddy (Eds.), (2001) Innovative Mental Health Interventions for Children: Programs That Work (pp.63-73). New York: Haworth Press.

Barry, C. T., Frick, P. J., DeShazo, T. M., McCoy, M., Ellis, M., & Loney, B. R. (2000) The importance of callous-unemotionai traits for extending the concept of psychopathy to children. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 109, 335-340.

Frick, P. J. & Ellis, M. L. (1999). Callous-unemotional traits and subtypes of conduct disorder. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 2, 149-168.

Frick, P.J., Lilienfeld, S.O., Ellis, M., Loney, B., & Silverthorn, P. (1999). The association between anxiety and psychopathy dimensions in children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 27, 383-392.

McCoy, M.G., Frick, P.J., Loney, B.R., & Ellis, M.L. (1999). The potential mediating role of parenting practices in the development of conduct problems in a clinic-referred sample. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 8, 477-494.

Loney, B.R., Frick, P.J., & Ellis, M.L. (1998). Intelligence, callous-unemotional traits, and antisocial behavior. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 20, 231 -247.

Edited Volumes and Book Chapters

Ellis, M.L. & Braithwaite, R.L. (2011). Using supplementary education to address health disparities. In H. Varenne, E. W. Gordon, & L. Lin (Eds.) Educating Comprehensively: Varieties of Educational Experiences. Volume Three of the Perspectives on Comprehensive Education Series. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Ellis, M.L., Griffin, J. & Resnicow, K. (2009). Social Marketing, Media & Health. In R. L. Braithwaite, S. E. Taylor, & H.M. Treadwell (Eds.) Health Issues in the Black Community 3rd Edition. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Asamen, J.K., Ellis, M.L., Berry, & G.L. (Eds.) (2008). Handbook of Child Development, Multiculturalism, and Media. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Ellis, M.L. (2008). Children and the principles of learning: Implications for multicultural development. In J.K. Asamen, M.L. Ellis, & G.L. Berry (Eds.) Handbook of Child Development, Multiculturalism, and Media, (pp. 17-32). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Lochman, J.E., Dane, H.E., Magee, T.N., Ellis, M., Pardini, D.A., & Clanton, N.R. (2001). Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Assessment and Intervention. H. B. Vance & A. Pumariega (Eds) Clinical assessment of child and adolescent behavior. (pp. 231-262). New York, NY, US: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Presentations

Bloom, D.A., Boring, C.P., & Ellis, M.L. (2017, October). What Are “Best Practices” To Use When A Concern of Child Sexual Abuse Appears In A Child Custody Case? Panel presented at the Dekalb Bar Association, Family Law Section Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Eldridge, K., Ellis, M., & Hall, S. (2005, October). Bringing Research into MFT Practice. Colloquium presented at the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Conference, Kansas City, Missouri.

Ellis, M. (2004, July). A Christian School with a Commitment to Diversity: Oxymoron or What You Would Expect? In From Values to Action: Raising Faculty Consciousness of Diversity Issues at a Christian University. Colloquium presented at The Fourth International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Los Angeles, CA.

Ellis, M.L., & Lochman, J.E. (2003, June). Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Antisocial Behavior in Children. Paper presented at the 9th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Sullivan Saari, L., Ellis, M.L., & Kruh, I. (2002, March). Juvenile Forensic Evaluations of Competency to Stand Trial: Factors Associated with Forensic Examiners’ Opinions. Paper presented at the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Austin, Texas.

Frick, P.J., Loney, B.R., Ellis, M., & Wilson, D.L. (1999, November). Anxiety, fearfulness, and antisocial behavior. Paper presented as part of a symposium for the meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Toronto, Canada.

Ellis, M.L., Wilson, D.L, & Frick, P.J. (1999, August). Evaluating the Sensation Seeking Scale for Children; Ethnic differences. Poster accepted for the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, M.A.

Lochman, J.E., Dane, H., Ellis, M., Magee, T., & Pardini, D. (1999, July). Evidence-based treatments for conduct disorders. Address to The Niagara Conference on Evidence-based Treatments for Childhood Mental Health Problems, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.

Lochman, J.E., Dane, H., Ellis, M., Magee, T., & Pardini, T. (July, 1999). Problem-solving treatments for externalizing disorders. Workshop presented at The Niagara Conference on Evidence-Based Treatments for Childhood Mental Health Problems, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.

Lochman, J.E., Pardini, D.A., Magee, T.N., Ellis, M., & Dane, H. (1999, August). Aggressive and conduct disorders. In C. Lonigan (Chair), Evidence-Based Treatments for Childhood Mental Health Problems: Update and Extension of the Section 1 Clinical Child Task Force, Symposium presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Grooms, T.D., McCoy, M.G., Loney, B.R., Frick, P.J., & Ellis, M.L. (1998, August). Psychopathic traits and inflated perceptions of social status in children. Poster presentation at the 1998 APA conference in San Francisco, California.

Loney, B.R., & Frick, P.J., Ellis, M.L., & McCoy, M.G. (1998, March). Intelligence, psychopathy, and antisocial behavior. Paper presentation at the Southeastern Psychological Association Conference, Mobile, Alabama.

Caputo, A.A., Ellis, M.L., & Frick, P.J. (1998, March). Psychopathy and peer delinquency. Poster presentation at the Southeastern Psychological Association Conference, Mobile, Alabama.

Ellis, M.L., Loney, B.R., & Frick, P.J. (1998, March). Psychopathy and aggression: An exploration of differences in aggressive behavior in clinic-referred children with conduct problems. Poster presentation at the Graduate Research Exposition, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa.

Invited Presentations

Ball, A.F., Ellis, M.L., Ball, A. S. (2008, September) Invited Guest Speaker: Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

Additional Research Experience


1998-1999

Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Andrew Reaves, Ph.D.

1996-1998 Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Paul J. Frick, Ph.D.
 

1995-1996

Senior Research Associate, Biobehavioral Research Center, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, Los Angeles, CA
Supervisors: Hector Meyers, Ph.D. and Chinelo Haney

1994-1996 Research Assistant, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Pepperdine University, Culver City, CA
Supervisor: Joy Asamen, Ph.D.
 
1995 Research Associate, Biobehavioral Research Center, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, Los Angeles, CA
Supervisors: Hector Meyers, Ph.D. and Sylvia Williams, P.A.
 
1992-1993 Research Assistant, Department of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
Supervisor: Michelle Wood
 

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