Emily M. Bartholomay

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Emily M. Bartholomay

Doctoral Student, Clinical Psychology

Emily M Bartholomay

Hometown:
Enderlin, North Dakota

Undergraduate Institution and Degree:
Northern Michigan University (NMU), Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminal Justice
Minnesota State University, Mankato (MNSU), Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology

Current Program/Degree Pursued:
Clinical Psychology Ph.D

Year of Matriculation:
2017

Awards Received:
Outstanding Graduating Senior, Criminal Justice, 2012-2013

Research Interests:
Broadly speaking, I am interested in studying the cognitive and physiological factors contributing to the etiology, maintenance, and treatment of anxiety disorders.

Publications/Presentations:
Bartholomay, E. M. & Sifers, S. K. (2016). Student perception of pressure in faculty-led research. Learning and Individual Differences, 50, 302-307. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lindif.2016.08.025

Bartholomay, E. M. & Houlihan, D. D. (2016). Public Speaking Anxiety Scale: Preliminary psychometric data and scale validation. Personality and Individual Differences, 94, 211-215. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2016.01.026

Bartholomay, E. M., Johnson, E. C., & Sifers, S. K. (2015, March). Exploring sluggish cognitive tempo: Relationships with ADHD, anxiety, and academic functioning. Paper presented at the Midwestern Conference on Professional Psychology. Owatonna, MN.

Bartholomay, E. M., McNallan, K., & Houlihan, D. D. (2015, March). Comparing exposure and video self-modeling in treating public speaking anxiety: Preliminary analyses. Paper presented at the Midwestern Conference on Professional Psychology. Owatonna, MN.

Bartholomay, E. M., Johnson, E. C., & Sifers, S. K. (2014, November). Comorbidity among ADHD, sluggish cognitive tempo, and anxiety. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies: ADHD Special Interest Group. Philadelphia, PA.

Sen, M.G., Bartholomay, E.M., Calvetti, C.R., David, N., Dusdal, K., Goldsworthy, R. … & Rotter, R. (2014, October). Relationships between childhood Barbie™ play and adults’ conformity to gender norms. Poster presented at the Gender Development Research Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Bartholomay, E. M., & Houlihan, D. D. (2014). A review of absenteeism and truancy: Interventions and universal procedures. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 7, 151-153. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40617-014-0016-1 

Sen, M. G., Bartholomay, E. M., Calvetti, C. R., Dusdal, K., Hyland, C., Latterman, M., & Rotter, R. (2013, April). Childhood Barbie™ play and conformity to feminine and masculine norms in adulthood. Poster presented at the Michigan Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference. Grand Rapids, MI.

Teaching Experience:
Instructor of Record, Introduction to Psychological Science, MNSU (2 Semesters)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Statistics in Psychology, MNSU (1 Semester)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Human Memory, MNSU (1 Semester)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Cognitive Psychology, MNSU (2 Semesters)
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Psychology, NMU (Lecture—4 Semesters)
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Psychology, NMU (Lab—1 Semester)

Future Career Plans:
I aspire to be a professor of clinical psychology where I can balance my passions for teaching, research, and mentorship.

What Attracted Me to SIU:
The biggest draw to SIU for me was the fit between my research interests and the work being done by Dr. Sarah Kertz.