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Holly Buckman

Holly Buckman is a PhD student of the 2014 cohort, currently completing an emphasis in Forensic Psychology. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice at Valparaiso University. Her research interests involve opinions and perceptions of police officers, as well as marijuana use in college populations. Her dissertation is entitled: “Policing in the Media Age: How Education on Training and Risks Impacts Opinions of Policing.” Holly is actively a student consultant with PAU’s statistical consulting center (SCC) and is one of the lab members who works with LifeMoves, a local homeless shelter network in the Peninsula, providing data management and analytic reports. Holly has been a Teaching Assistant for the statistics sequence for the PhD program, and has been an independent instructor in the undergraduate programs at PAU. She has taught Research Design and Methods and Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences at the Psychology and Social Action Program, as well as Research Methods and Data Analysis for the Business Psychology Program.

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PUBLICATIONS

SYMPOSIA AND PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Buckman, H. & Wickham, R.E. (2019, March). Competing models of legitimacy: Testing measurement invariance of process-based policing. Paper accepted for presentation at the American Psychology and Law Society Annual Conference, Portland, OR.

Gorman, O., Buckman, H., Garcia, J., Hostetler, E., Hayrynen, A., Katsahnias, A., & Zelechoski, A. D. (2015, March). Learning through doing in psychology and law: The student perspective. Presentation as part of the symposium “Psychology and law in the classroom: Innovations in teaching and learning,” at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Buckman, H. & Wickham, R.E. (2019, March). Policing in the media age: How education on risks impacts judgments of officer-involved shootings. Poster accepted for presentation at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention, Portland, OR.

Hardy, K., Lepovic, E., Buckman, H., Wickham R.E. (2019, February) The many faces of personality: Cross-classified CFA of perceived personality attributes. Poster to be presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention, Portland, OR

· Buckman, H., Mayo, M. & Dempsey, R. (2018, March). Integrating compassion into sex offender treatment. Poster presented at the Forensic Mental Health Association Annual Conference, Monterey, CA.

Buckman, H. & Wickham, R.E. (2018, May). The role of social media in perceptions of police legitimacy and engagement in cooperative behaviors. Poster accepted for presentation at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Buckman, H., Giordano, B., Erickson, A. & Wickham, R.E. (2018, August). Implicit bias in perceptions of police officer use of force. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Hyke, T., Buckman, H., Morimoto, E., Zamboanga, B., Haas, A. (2016, August). Ethnic differences in marijuana initiation among adolescents. Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.

Starr-Glass, L., Buckman, H., Acker, C., Cosgrove, V. (2016, October). Resiliency and Bully Victimization in a Clinical Sample of Adolescents with Mood Symptoms. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, New York, NY.

Hostetler, E., Hayrynen, A., Harrison, K., Buckman, H., Severino, C., & Zelechoski, A. D. (2015, March). (In)Consistency between empirically-validated versus internally-created juvenile risk assessment tools. Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA.

Gorman, O., Buckman, H., Garcia, J., Hostetler, E., Hayrynen, A., Katsahnias, A., & Zelechoski, A. D. (2015, March). Learning through doing in psychology and law: The student perspective. Presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA.

Cempel, L., Harrison, K., Hayrynen, A., Hostetler, E., Buckman, H., Schmidt, S., Freedle, A., & Zelechoski, A. D. (2015, August). The relative impact of early caregiver disruption in juvenile risk and recidivism. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Zelechoski, A. D., Cox, A., Harper, M., Clapper, R., Harrison, K., Buckman, H., & Hayrynen, A. (2015, September). If you want to know the end, look at the beginning: Trauma and risk assessment in juvenile detention. Workshop presented at the National Symposium on Juvenile Services, Pittsburgh, PA.

Schmidt, S., Clapper, R., Harrison, K., Buckman, H., & Zelechoski, A.D. (2015, October). Taking a closer look at trauma in parents of incarcerated youth: Results of a pilot study. Poster presented at the annual conference of The Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences, Evansville, IN.

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D., Freedle, A. Tuohy, A. (2014, March). International and gender differences of stress and coping for law enforcement officers. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology and Law Association. New Orleans, LA.

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D. (2013, April). Keep calm and carry on: An international comparison of stress in law enforcement. Paper presented as part of the Dean’s Choice symposium at Valparaiso University’s Celebration of Undergraduate Research. Valparaiso, IN.

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D. (2013, April). Keep calm and carry on. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Conference of Undergraduate Research. Lacrosse, WI.

Buckman, H.L., Zelechoski, A.D. (2012, November). International differences of stress in law enforcement. Poster presented at the annual meeting of Chicago Area of Undergraduate Research. Chicago, IL.