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CBIRP Presentations

Completed Presentations

Students are noted with an asterisk *

Albright, D., Landor, A. M., McDaniel, J. T., Godfrey, K., Fletcher, K. L., Thomas, K. H., & Bertram, J. (2020, January). Do sexual behaviors and health practices differ among student service members and veterans. Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC.


Ramseyer Winter.V., Pilgrim, S., Wang, F., & Micheas, L. (January, 2020). Results from a pilot RCT sexual health and body image mobile application intervention for foster parents. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research Annual Conference, Washington, DC.


Landor, A. M. (2019, November). Organized and chaired symposium titled The Cost of Colorism: Contextualizing the experiences of skin tone trauma on relationships, health, and well-being. National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), Fort Worth, TX.


Landor, A. M. & McNeil Smith (2019, November). Uncovering the Trauma of Colorism: Towards a Theory of Skin Tone Trauma. National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), Fort Worth, TX.


Cook, M.*, Hood, A.*, & Ramseyer Winter, V. (October, 2019). Body image and sexual behavior among men who “hook up.” Oral presentation presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, Denver, Colorado.


Landor, A. M. (2019, July). Through the lens of race and skin tone: Examining health among African American and Caribbean Blacks. Paper to be presented at the 37th Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Havana, Cuba.


Pool, J. & Landor, A. M. (2020, May). How racial discrimination and colorism impact mental health outcomes in Black and Latino college students. Poster presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) Conference, Chicago, IL. (Conference canceled)


Allen, K., Pool, J., Landor, A. M., & Zeiders, K. H. (2020, May). Love’s True Colors: How self-esteem and skin tone impact relationship quality of African American and Latino young adults? Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD) Special Topics Conference, Puerto Rico, USA. (Conference canceled)


*Sarsar, E., Landor, A. M., & Zeiders, K. H. (2020, May). The role of racial microaggressions on academic belonging among African American and Latino/a college students. Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD) Special Topics Conference, Puerto Rico, USA. (Conference canceled)


*Berkley, S., Landor, A. M., & Zeiders, K. H. (2019, November). Seeing racism and colorism as trauma: Investigating the effects of skin tone and racial socialization on relations between discrimination and street code. National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), Orlando, FL.


*Brown, A. M., Landor, A. M., & Zeiders, K. H. (2019, November). Coping with double jeopardy: The association between racial discrimination, aggressive coping, skin tone, and psychosocial health. National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), Orlando, FL.


*Mitchell, S. & Landor, A. M. (2019, November). “No, it’s not good to be too dark”: Exploring skin tone trauma in the lives of bisexual women of color. National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), Orlando, FL.


*Davenport, M., Landor, A. M., & Zeiders, K. H. (2019, November). The blacker the berry the poorer the sleep: Investigating the influence of skin tone and racial discrimination on psychological health. National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), Orlando, FL.


Sutton, N. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). Understanding the interactions between within-group discrimination, skin tone and love. Presentation at the MU Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum.


Allen, K. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). The influence of skin tone on African American and Latino college students’ psychological well-being. Presentation at the MU Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum.


Carraras, J. A. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). It’s more than how I look: How racial/ethnic typicality and skin tone impact GPA and future academic aspirations. Presentation at the MU Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum.


Robinson, H. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). Skin tone as a moderator between street code and psychological well-being. Presentation at the MU Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum.


Sutton, N. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). Tinted love:Understanding the interactions between within-group discrimination, skin tone and love. Oral presentation at the 30th Annual Ronald McNair Conference, Columbia, MO.


Allen, K. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). Color me stressed:The influence of skin tone on African American and Latino college students’ psychological well-being. Oral presentation at the 30th Annual Ronald McNair Conference, Columbia, MO.


Sutton, N. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). Within-group discrimination and intimate relationships: Understanding colorism in the context of relationship satisfaction. Poster presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) Conference, Chicago, IL.


Carraras, J. A. & Landor, A. M. (2019, April). Examining how racial/ethnic typicality and skin tone impact educational outcomes of Black and Latinx college students. Paper presentation at the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) Conference, Chicago, IL.


*Brown, A. M., Landor, A. M., & Zeiders, K. H. (2019, March). “Judging a book by its cover”: White phenotype, discrimination, and psychosocial health. Poster at the Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD) Conference, Baltimore, MD.


*Berkley, S., Landor, A. M., & Zeiders, K. H. (2019, March). Ethnic-Racial Socialization, Identity, and Self-Esteem: Analyzing a Structural Model for African American and Latino Students. Poster at the Society for Research on Child Development (SRCD) Conference, Baltimore, MD.


*Volpert, H., Landor, A. M., & Bartholow, B. (February, 2019). Racial discrimination and neurocognitive indicators of vigilance: An investigation using event-related potentials (erps) and ecological momentary assessment. Paper presentation at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP). Portland, Oregon.