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					                                  Elizabeth Ann Cipriano
                                   CURRICULUM VITAE

I. PERSONAL DATA

  Work Addresses:                                             Home Address:

  Department of Human Development and Family Studies          911 Oakwood Avenue
  S 1 & 2 Henderson Building                                  State College, PA 16803
  Pennsylvania State University
  University Park, PA 16802
  Phone: 814.863.3878                                         Phone: 724.554.7460

  151 Child Study Center
  820 N. University Drive
  University Support Building I
  University Park, PA 16802
  Phone: 814.867.2325

  Email: eac218@psu.edu

II. EDUCATION                                                 DEGREE & YEAR

  Pennsylvania State University                               M.S.; 2006
                                                              Ph. D.; expected 2010

  University of Michigan                                      B.A.; 2004
  Honors and distinction in psychology

III. PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

  2007-present      Research Assistant/Scholar: The Family Systems Laboratory (Dr.
                    Elizabeth Skowron), Department of Counseling Psychology, Pennsylvania
                    State University, University Park, PA

  2004-present      Research Assistant/Scholar: Infant and Child Temperament Laboratory
                    (Dr. Cynthia Stifter), Department of Human Development and Family
                    Studies, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.

   2003-2004        Undergraduate Research Assistant: Michigan Longitudinal Study (Dr.
                    Sheryl Olson), Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann
                    Arbor, MI.

   2002-2004        Undergraduate Research Assistant: Michigan Family Study (Dr. Susan
                    McDonough & Dr. Arnold Sameroff), Center for Human Growth and
                     Development, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

IV. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    2005-present     Student Affiliate: International Society of Infant Studies

    2004-present     Student Affiliate: Society for Research in Child Development

    2004-present     HDFS Steering Committee: Social Chair, Faculty Representative

V. HONORS AND DISTINCTIONS

   2006-2008         NIMH Early Childhood Mental Health Pre-doctoral Fellowship:
                     Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.

   2004-2005         Graham Robert End University Fellowship: Pennsylvania State
                     University, University Park, PA.

   2004-2005         Graduate Student Research Award: Pennsylvania State University,
                     University Park, PA.

   2004              Equal Opportunity Health and Human Development Fellowship:
                     Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.

VI. PUBLICATIONS, CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, AND THESES

Submitted Publications:

Stifter, C., Cipriano, E., Conway, A., & Kelleher, R. (submitted 2007). Temperament and the
         development of conscience: The moderating role of effortful control.

Publications in Preparation:

Cipriano, E., & Stifter, C. (to be submitted 2007). The relationship between temperament and
       effortful control: The moderating role of maternal behavior and affect.

Conference Presentations:

Cipriano, E., Dollar, J., & Stifter, C. (2007, October). The relationship between toddler
       temperament and emotion regulation in preschool: The moderating role of mother and
       father behavior. Poster to be presented at the Society for the Study of Human
       Development.

Cipriano, E. & Stifter, C. (2007, March). Toddler temperament and moral behavior and
       emotions in preschool: The moderating influence of mother and father behavior. Poster
       submitted to be presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child
       Development.

Cipriano, E. & Stifter, C. (2006, June). The relationship between inhibition and effortful
       control: The moderating effect of parenting behavior. Poster presented at the
       Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies.

Conway, A. & Cipriano E. (2003, April). Emotion dysregulation mediates the relations between
     maternal responsiveness, attentional difficulties, and relational aggression. Poster
     presented at Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.

Theses:

Cipriano, E. (2006). The relationship between toddler temperament and effortful control: The
       moderating influence of parenting behavior. Completed December 2006.
       Pennsylvania State University.

Cipriano, E. (2004). Maternal sensitivity in infancy predicts use of language-based emotion
       regulation strategies in early childhood. Unpublished manuscript. University of
       Michigan.

				
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