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									                                                                                    April, 2008
                                    CURRICULUM VITAE

                                Wendy Lynn Wolfe, Ph.D.

Business Address:      Department of Psychology
                       Armstrong Atlantic State University
                       11935 Abercorn St.
                       Savannah, GA 31419-1997

Business Phone:        (912) 921-7351

E-Mail Address:        wendy.wolfe@armstrong.edu



EDUCATION:

Clinical Psychology Residency        Medical College of Georgia/VAMC Consortium,
APA-approved                         7/00-6/01

Doctor of Philosophy                 Clinical Psychology graduate student
APA-approved                         Syracuse University, 8/95-8/01

Dissertation Title                   “The Effect of Alcohol on Women’s Body Image and Self-
(Defended: April 9, 2001)            Awareness: A Balanced Placebo Design Investigation"
                                     Stephen A. Maisto, Ph.D., Advisor

M.S.                                 Clinical Psychology,
                                     Syracuse University, May 1998
                                     Thesis: "The Effect of Self-Discrepancy and
                                     Discrepancy Salience on Alcohol Consumption"
                                     Stephen A. Maisto, Ph.D., Advisor

B.A.                                 Psychology (GPA=3.97),
                                     University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 1994

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE:

State of Georgia, Licensed Psychologist # 002643
HONORS AND AWARDS:

AASU College of Arts & Sciences Student-Faculty Summer Collaborative Research Grant, 2008
Syracuse University Creative Research Award, 2000
Four Year Graduate Fellowship Award, Syracuse University, 1995-1999
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University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW) Research Fellowship Award, 1994
Cape Fear Area Psychological Association Annual Student Award, 1994
UNCW Chancellor's Achievement Awards, 1993-1994

PROFESSIONAL AND HONOR SOCIETIES:

Coastal Area Psychologists, 2006-present.
American College Personnel Association, 2005-2007.
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (formerly AABT), 1998-present.
American Psychological Association, 1996-2007.
Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology), 1993.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Assistant Professor, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 7/06-present. Responsibilities include
teaching undergraduate psychology courses; advising psychology majors; mentoring students in
research and professional activities; and providing service as needed to the department,
institution, and community. Courses taught thus far include Introduction to Psychology,
Abnormal Psychology, Health Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Women and Mental Health.

Adjunct Faculty, Georgia Southern University, 9/01-5/06. Responsibilities included teaching
GSU 1210 and 1211 courses. These are mandatory courses on adjusting to college life and
leadership, respectively. Guest lectures also were provided to other GSU 1210 and 1211 sections
on a variety of topics, as requested by the instructors.

Supervisor, Research/Field Experience in Psychology, Georgia Southern University, 9/01-9/05.
Responsibilities included development of syllabi for Research and Field Experience placements
at the Counseling and Career Development Center, recruitment and screening of undergraduate
psychology majors for this advanced level course, and supervision of 1-2 students per semester.

Instructor, Counseling Skills II (2 sections) & Research and Evaluation (1 section), Argosy
University (Savannah, GA), 2003. Instruction of two cohorts of graduate students pursuing their
Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology via on-line and face-to-face interactions.
Responsibilities included: development of course syllabi, learning activities, course assignments,
and tests; provision of lectures; grading and provision of feedback to students and university
administrators.

Instructor, Abnormal Psychology, Syracuse University, 1/00-5/00. Responsibilities included:
text selection; development of course syllabus; provision of lectures; development of learning
activities, class projects, and tests; grading; and individual tutoring as needed.

Teaching Assistant, Clinical Assessment, Syracuse University, 9/99-12/99. Responsibilities
included: supervising graduate clinical psychology students in the proper administration and
scoring (where relevant) of the clinical interview, WAIS-III, and MMPI-2; grading psychological
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test reports prepared by the students; and preparing and providing class lectures on
neuropsychological and projective assessment. Supervisor: Stephen Maisto, Ph.D.

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE:

Private Practice, Richmond Hill, GA. January/07-present. Provision of psychotherapy services
to adolescent and adult clients, along with management of billing and other administrative tasks.
1-5 hours weekly.

Temporary Counselor, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Counseling and Volunteer
Services, 9/07-10/07. Responsibilities include: providing evaluation and psychotherapy services
to students in Director’s absence. 10 hours weekly.

Assistant Director for Clinical Services, Georgia Southern University, Counseling and Career
Development Center, 8/05-5/06. Responsibilities included: serving as Director in his absence,
monitoring client flow and developing procedures to improve clinical services, writing reports to
document utilization and efficacy of services, assisting with job searches, establishing on-call
schedule and crisis management protocols, serving as liaison to area hospitals and other referral
sources, managing telepsychiatry program, updating policies and procedures manual, maintaining
testing supplies, and providing mentoring and consultation to professional staff. Responsibilities
also included those described under Staff Psychologist (below).

Staff Psychologist, Georgia Southern University, Counseling and Career Development Center,
8/01-5/06. Responsibilities included: assessment, individual therapy, and group therapy for
students presenting to the center with a wide range of mental health and vocational concerns;
provision of outreach presentations on a variety of mental health-related topics to campus and
community organizations; supervision of master’s level practicum trainees; provision of
consultation services to students, parents, and other professionals on campus; service on campus
committees; and crisis intervention during and after business hours on an on-call basis. I also
served as Research Coordinator and as advisor for the undergraduate psychology research/field
experience for the center. Director: David Matthews, Ph.D. 40 hours weekly.

Clinical Psychology Resident, Medical College of Georgia/VAMC Consortium, 7/00-6/01.
Responsibilities included: provision of a wide range of clinical services (i.e., assessment,
consultation, treatment) to adults, adolescents, children, the elderly, and veterans. Specialized
training included work with eating disorder, substance abuse, and chronic pain patients, along
with assessment and treatment of patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and training in
Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder. In addition, I worked with two
psychologists and a psychiatrist at the VAMC to develop a cognitive-behavioral track within an
existing substance abuse treatment program. Supervisors: Christian Lemmon, Ph.D., Amy
House, Ph.D., Lorraine Braswell, Ph.D., John Arena, Ph.D. 50 hours weekly.

Co-coordinator: Eating Disorder Outreach, Prevention, and Treatment Program,
Psychological Services Center, Syracuse University, 9/98-5/99. Responsibilities included:
providing psycho-educational presentations on eating disorders to campus groups, coordinating
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services with other university programs in the treatment of eating disorders among students,
conducting semi-structured eating disorder intake assessments, and providing cognitive-
behavioral treatment to eating disordered clients.
Supervisor: Robert Kuehnel, Ph.D. 5 hours weekly.

Therapist, St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Care Center--Outpatient Mental Health, Syracuse, N.Y.,
9/97-9/98. Responsibilities included: attending weekly staff meetings/case presentations and
training seminars; providing individual and family psychotherapy; conducting assessments with
child, adolescent, and adult outpatients and inpatients, and conducting intake evaluations with
outpatients and clients presenting to a psychiatric emergency center.
Supervisors: Karl Sperber, Ph.D., John Harkulich, Ph.D., Amy Gross, Ph.D. 20 hours weekly.

Therapist, Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, Syracuse, N.Y., 5/97-9/97. Responsibilities
included: attending weekly staff meetings/case presentations and training seminars, providing
individual psychotherapy to outpatients, assisting in intake evaluations of outpatients and clients
presenting for chemical dependency treatment, assisting in neuropsychological assessments,
participating in behavior therapy seminar, and serving as psychology consultant to medical
inpatient rehabilitation team.
Supervisors: Douglas Scaturo, Ph.D., Robert Sprafkin, Ph.D. 20 hours weekly.

Therapist, Psychological Services Center, Syracuse University, 8/96-5/00. Responsibilities
included: telephone screening of prospective clients, conducting intake assessments, providing
individual and couple's psychotherapy for adolescent and adult clients, and presenting cases at
weekly staff meetings.
Supervisors: Mark Ginsberg, Ph.D., Joseph Himmelsbach, Ph.D., James Mikesell, Ph.D., and
Robert Kuehnel, Ph.D. 20 hours weekly (8/96-5/97), 5 hours weekly (5/97-9/97), 2 hours weekly
(9/97-5/00).

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

Supervisor, Honor’s Project: An examination of cognitive bias, knowledge, and attitudes about
sex slavery, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 1/08-present. Responsibilities include
providing supervision of the development and implementation of a research project to fulfill
criteria for the Honor’s Program. Student: Lizzie Burns.

Supervisor, Research in Psychology: Development and validation of the Kennard Wolfe
Motivational Inventory, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 1/08-present. Responsibilities
include providing supervision of the development and implementation of a senior research
project. Student: Jonathan Kennard.

Co-Investigator and Supervisor, Alcohol use and the internet, Armstrong Atlantic State
University, 12/07-present. Serving as primary investigator and student research assistant
supervisor for project investigating usage patterns, social anxiety, and levels of addiction related
to co-occurring alcohol and internet use behaviors. Student Research Assistant: Shrinidhi
Subramaniam.
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Supervisor, Honor’s Project: The effects of reflective processing versus rumination on emotional
responses to sad memories: Influence of pre-existing depressive symptoms, Armstrong Atlantic
State University, 11/06-present. Responsibilities include providing supervision of the
development and implementation of a research project to fulfill criteria for the Honor’s Program.
Student: Tristen Hastings, Student Research Assistant: Maunalee Hashemi.

Supervisor, Research in Psychology, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 6/07-8/07.
Responsibilities include supervision of student assisting in literature review of virtual reality
technology in mental health assessment and treatment. Student: Stephanie Duttenhaver.

Research Coordinator, Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern
University, 8/01-5/06. Responsibilities included: coordination of ongoing research projects,
development and implementation of new projects, development and revision of counseling center
forms, data management and analysis, consultation with campus and external organizations about
research findings, and supervision of undergraduate research assistants. Projects included:
     Client Satisfaction with Counseling Center Services
     The Effect of Counseling Services on Academic Retention and Performance: An Archival
       Study of GPA, Retention, and Graduation Rates Among Clients and Non-Clients
     Perceived Barriers to Utilization of Counseling Center Services: Questionnaire
       Development and Validation
     Predicting Retention in Treatment after the First Session: Development and Validation of
       the Post-Intake Survey
     Predictors of Retention and Clinician-Assessed Progress in Treatment
     Assessment of Change in Client Distress and Perceived Progress Towards Treatment
       Goals
     Efficacy of DBT Skills Training for College Students
     Efficacy of Web-Based Relaxation Exercises for Distress Reduction
     Telepsychiatry Services versus On-site Psychiatry: Comparison of Client Satisfaction and
       Retention in Treatment

Supervisor, Alcohol Research Lab, Syracuse University, 1/99-5/00. Responsible for co-
supervising undergraduate research assistants (5-10) who received independent study credit for
participating in the research lab. Responsibilities included: interviewing prospective
undergraduate lab members; developing a course syllabus, including the assignment of weekly
readings; co-leading a weekly research meeting; training in data entry, data collection, and
general research techniques; facilitation of undergraduate lab members’ independent research
ideas; and mentoring first year graduate students as future lab supervisors. The research lab
experience was developed by myself and a colleague as a framework for facilitating productive
interactions among faculty members, graduate students, and undergraduate psychology majors.
Given the success of the research lab, my colleague and I were asked to draft a proposal for
implementing this framework throughout the department. In the second semester of the lab’s
existence, our students won two undergraduate poster session awards in a university-wide
competition.
Supervisor: Stephen Maisto, Ph.D.
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Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, Syracuse University, 8/95-5/00.
Responsibilities included: conducting literature reviews, attending group research meetings,
proofreading manuscripts, and other research duties as needed.
Supervisor: Stephen Maisto, Ph.D.

Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, Syracuse University, 5/99-9/99.
Responsibilities included: development of role-play scenarios and videotaped stimuli to be used
in an alcohol administration research study, assisting in the video production of the role-play
scenarios, participant recruitment, and data collection.
Supervisor: Stephen Maisto, Ph.D.

Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, Syracuse University, 5/96-8/96.
Responsibilities included: assessing substance use and substance use disorders among outpatient
adults at Hutchings Psychiatric Center and adults from the community using interview and
written assessment methods.
Supervisor: Lesley Teitelbaum, graduate student.

Undergraduate Research, Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at
Wilmington, 6/93-12/94. Responsibilities included: conducting literature reviews, interviewing
clients at a substance abuse treatment facility, analyzing data, and preparing posters/manuscripts.
Projects included a study of the effects of methadone dose changes on individuals addicted to
heroin (research assistant) and a study of the determinants of relapse among heroin addicts
receiving methadone maintenance treatment (primary investigator).
Supervisors: Mark Galizio, Ph.D. and Nora Noel, Ph.D.

CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS:

Dialectical Behavior Therapy: In a Nutshell, 7/06. Continuing education program provided for
psychologists, social workers, licensed marriage and family counselors, and psychiatrists in
Athens, GA. Sponsored by the Georgia Psychological Association for continuing education
credits towards professional state licensure.

INVITED STAFF AND STUDENT TRAINING:

Dialectical Behavior Therapy, 12/06. Training provided to the counseling center staff at the
University of South Carolina.

Solution-Focused Therapy, 11/05. Training provided to psychologists at the Counseling and
Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

Mental Status Exams, 9/05, 3/05, 11/02. Trainings provided to therapists in training at the
Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.
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Record Keeping and Report Writing, 9/05, 9/04, 9/03, 9/02, 9/01. Trainings provided to
therapists in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern
University.

DBT Skills Training, 11/04. Training provided to psychologists at the Counseling and Career
Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

Intake Interviews, 8/04. Training provided to therapists in training at the Counseling and Career
Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

Terminating with Clients, 1/04. Training provided to therapists in training at the Counseling
and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, 1/04. Training provided to psychologists at the
Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

Integrative Psychotherapy, 4/03, 3/02. Training provided to therapists in training at the
Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

Cognitive Processing Therapy for Rape/Sexual Assault, 2/03. Training provided to therapists
in training at the Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

Motivational Interviewing, 10/02. Training provided to psychologists at the Counseling and
Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE:

Student Activities Committee, 8/07-present. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Service on
standing committee of the university in order to assist in the coordination of policies and
procedures related to student activities and organizations.

Committee on Writing, 8/07-present. Armstrong Atlantic State University. Service on standing
committee of the faculty in order to promote student achievement in writing and foster campus-
wide support for the principle of effective writing in all academic disciplines.

Housing Liaison, 8/05-5/06. Georgia Southern University. Served as Counseling and Career
Development Center representative to University Housing in order to provide ongoing
consultation regarding mental health issues of students residing on campus.

Alcohol Education/Prevention, 8/01-5/06. Georgia Southern University. Served as needed on
Student Affairs committees related to alcohol/drug education and prevention efforts. Involved in
poster campaign to increase student awareness of the connection between alcohol use and sexual
assault.
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Sexual Assault Response Team, 8/01-8/04. Georgia Southern University. Assisted with sexual
assault prevention efforts through outreach presentations to classes and student groups,
awareness month programming, annual Take Back the Night marches/rallies, first year
experience programming, and collaboration with campus and community agencies (e.g., Judicial
Affairs, Greek Life, Bulloch County Rape Crisis Center Initiative).

Search Committee Chair, 2003. Georgia Southern University. Served as chair of search
committee for the Health Educator position at Georgia Southern University.

Sexual Assault Prevention Advocates, 8/01-8/03. Georgia Southern University. Served as
advisor to SAPA, a student peer education group tasked with developing and implementing peer
education presentations on sexual assault. Coordinated presentation requests, trained peer
educators, recruited student members, and coordinated student involvement in awareness month
and first year experience activities related to sexual assault.

Eating Disorder Treatment Team, 8/01-8/03. Georgia Southern University. Member of multi-
disciplinary team assisting in the treatment of Georgia Southern University students with eating
disorders. Team included representatives from Health Services, Recreation/Fitness, and the
Nutrition/Food Science Department.

DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE

Chair, Search Committee, 2008. Armstrong Atlantic State University, Psychology Department.
Chair of the search committee for a one-year (temporary) assistant professor.

Search Committee Member, 2008. Armstrong Atlantic State University, Psychology
Department. Assisted in the search process for a tenure-track assistant professor.

Chair, Departmental Writing Competition, 2008. Armstrong Atlantic State University,
Psychology Department. Responsibilities included soliciting eligible student papers, coordinating
activities of the departmental writing committee, serving as liaison to the AASU faculty
committee on writing, and preparing and disseminating award certificates and monetary awards
to student writers.

Internship Coordinator, 2006-present. Armstrong Atlantic State University, Psychology
Department. Responsibilities have included: updating internship application materials, creating
an internship site survey, assisting a student supervisee in updating and evaluating internship
placement sites, and serving as faculty supervisor and community liaison for psychology students
seeking an internship placement.

Search Committee Member, 2007. Armstrong Atlantic State University, Psychology
Department. Assisted in the search process for a tenure-track assistant professor.

COMMUNITY SERVICE
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Secretary, Coastal Area Psychologists, 2006-present. Responsibilities have included developing
and maintaining an organizational listserve, updating the membership directory, and serving as
point of contact for the dissemination of information within the organization.

Volunteer, Bulloch County Red Cross, 2003-2006. Served as a mental health crisis responder.

Volunteer, Medical College of Georgia – Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team, 2000-2001.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Reviewer, 2008. Served as invited peer reviewer for a manuscript submitted for publication to
the journal, Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.

Reviewer, 2007. Served as invited peer reviewer for a manuscript submitted for publication to
the journal, Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

Advisory Committee Member, 2006. DHHS/SAMHSA-funded three-year grant on campus
suicide prevention (primary investigator: Dr. Prentiss Price).

Reviewer, 2005. Served as a peer reviewer for presentation proposals submitted for the 2006
Annual ACPA Convention.

Leadership Focus Group Facilitator, 2004. Served as facilitator for focus group research on
student leadership programming.

Reviewer, 2002. Served as invited peer reviewer for a manuscript submitted for publication to
the journal, Personality and Individual Differences.

Development of Assessment Protocol, 1998. Developed a protocol for screening and assessing
substance use problems among mental health patients at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

Substance Abuse Assessment, 1998. Conducted substance abuse assessments and provided
feedback to students at a Syracuse University alcohol and drug abuse center (OPTIONS).

PUBLICATIONS:

Wolfe, W.L. & Emerson, E.N. (under review). Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills
       Training Group in a University Counseling Center Setting.

Khasanshina, E., Wolfe, W., Emerson, E., & Stachura, M. (2008). Student client satisfaction
      with tele-psychiatry support at a rural university counseling center. Telemedicine and E-
      Health, 14, 35-41.

Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (2007). The effect of alcohol on body size discrepancy and self-
       awareness in young women. Addictive Behaviors, 32, 2340-2344.
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Tomcho, T.J., Wolfe, W.L., & Foels, R. (2006). Teaching about psychological disorders:
     Using a group interviewing and diagnostic approach. Teaching of Psychology, 33, 184-
     188.

Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (2000). Eating disorders and substance use: Moving beyond co-
       prevalence research. Clinical Psychology Review, 20, 617-631.

Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (2000). The effect of self-discrepancy and discrepancy salience on
       alcohol consumption. Addictive Behaviors, 25, 283-288.

Maisto, S.A., Wolfe, W.L., & Jordan, J.L. (1999). Short-term motivational therapy. In P.J. Ott,
       R.E. Tarter, & R.T. Ammenman (Eds.), Sourcebook on Substance Abuse: Etiology,
       Methodology, and Intervention. (pp. 284-292). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

PRESENTATIONS (peer-reviewed):

Wolfe, W., Files, F., & Subramaniam, S. (2008). Drinking and “Surfing”: Examination of
       Alcohol Use During On-Line Activities. Poster presented at the annual convention of the
       Southeastern Psychological Association, Charlotte, NC.

Wolfe, W. & Caldwell, J. (2006). DBT Skills Training for Female College Students with and
       without Eating Disorders. Poster presented at the annual convention of the
       Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL.

Wolfe, W. (2006). Innovations in College Counseling: Bringing Psychiatric Services to Students
       at a Rural University. Presentation given at the annual convention of the American
       College Personnel Association, Indianapolis, IN.

Wolfe, W. & Price, P. (2006). Using Web-Based Interventions to Supplement
       Counseling Center Services. Presentation given at the annual convention of the American
       College Personnel Association, Indianapolis, IN.

Emerson, E., Wolfe, W., Khasanshina, E., Shevitz, S., Matthews, D., Buckley, P., & Stachura,
      M. (2006). Counseling Center Based Student Tele-Mental Health at a Rural University.
      Presentation given at the annual convention of the American Telemedicine Association,
      San Diego, CA.

Emerson, E. & Wolfe, W. (2005). Doing More with Less: Treating Severe Clients in Dialectical
      Behavior Therapy Group. Presentation given at the annual convention of the American
      College Personnel Association, Nashville, TN.

Zanone, C., Wolfe, W., Emerson, E., & Caldwell, J., (2002). Programmatic Research in
      Counseling Centers: Part II: Using Research Results to Inform Programs and Practice
       and Improve Accountability and Collaboration. Presentation given at the annual
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       conference of the American College Counseling Association, St. Simons Island, GA.

Wolfe, W. & Maisto, S. (2001). Self-directed Beer Goggles: The Effect of Alcohol on Women’s
       Body Image. Poster presented at the 35th annual conference of the Association for the
       Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Philadelphia, PA.

Wolfe, W., Burden, J., Sharma, S., O’Shea, K., & Maisto, S. (2000). Beer & Chips: The Search
       for a Common Pathway to Addictive Behaviors in Young Women. Poster presented at the
        34th annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy,
       New Orleans, LA.

Burden, J., Wolfe, W., Sharma, S., Tomcho, T., O’Shea, K., & Maisto, S. (2000). Prediction of
      Problem and Non-Problem Risk Behaviors Using Implicit and Explicit Expectancy
      Measures. Poster presented at the 34th annual conference of the Association for the
      Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA.

Wolfe, W.L., Burden, J.L., Sharma, S.O., Tomcho, T.J., & Maisto, S.A. (1999). The Prediction
       of Involvement and Intention to Engage in Problem and Non-problem Risk Behaviors
       Using Multiple Expectancy Dimensions. Poster presented at the 33rd annual conference
       of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Toronto, Ontario.

Burden, J.L., Wolfe, W.L., & Maisto, S.A. (1999). Implicit and Explicit Measures of Positive
      and Negative Expectancies: An Investigation of Order Effects and Predictive Utility.
      Poster presented at the 33rd annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of
      Behavior Therapy, Toronto, Ontario.

Wolfe, W.L. & Maisto, S.A. (1998). The Effect of Self-Discrepancy and Discrepancy Salience on
       Alcohol Consumption. Poster presented at the 32nd annual conference of the Association
       for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C.

Wolfe (formerly Faler), W.L., Galizio, M., House, K., MacKain, S.J., Noel, N., & Trammel, R.
       (1995). Determinants of Opiate and Non-Opiate Relapse Among Heroin Addicts in
       Methadone Treatment. Poster presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the N.C.
       Governor's Institute on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Greensboro, NC.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS (invited):

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Stress Management and Test Anxiety, University Orientation I, Georgia
       Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Values Clarification, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Adjusting to College, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern
       University.
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Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Making the Transition to College, Presentation to parents of incoming
       freshmen, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Counseling Center Services, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Eating Disorders, Residence Life, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Stress Management, Introduction to Business Class, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Counseling Center Services, Psychology of Stress and Conflict Class,
       Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2005). Eating Disorders Awareness, Healthful Living Class, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Stress Management, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Sexual Assault Prevention, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Counseling Center Services, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Stress Management, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Eating Disorders: Awareness and Assistance, Healthful Living Class (three
       sections), Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2004). Nutrition and Eating Disorders, Residence Life, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Alcohol and Drinking Practices: Risk Reduction on Campus, University
       Orientation I (two sections), Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Stress Management, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Adjusting to College, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Group Dynamics, Student Leadership Program, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Communication Skills. University Orientation I, Georgia Southern
       University.
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Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Making the Transition to College, Presentation to parents of incoming
       freshmen, Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Values Clarification, Student Leadership Program, Georgia Southern
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Reshaping Body Image, Eating Disorders Awareness Month Campaign,
       Georgia Southern University.

Wolfe, W.L. (2003). Group Collaboration, University Orientation I, Georgia Southern
       University.

Bergen-Cico, D., Wolfe, W., & Josephs, K. (1999). Eating Disorders: Awareness and
      Prevention, Greek Life, Syracuse University.

Wolfe, W.L. (1999). Eating Disorders: Awareness and Prevention, Women’s Athletics, Syracuse
       University.

Wolfe, W.L. (1999). The Development and Maintenance of Eating Disorder Symptoms, upper-
       level undergraduate nutrition class, Syracuse University.

Wolfe, W.L. (1997). The Development of a Brief Social Skills Treatment Intervention for
       Alcohol-Related Problems, Greek Life, Syracuse University.

REFERENCES:

Christian Lemmon, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Medical College of Georgia, 1515 Pope Ave.,
Augusta, GA 30912-3800 (706-721-6716), Relationship: Former supervisor.

Stephen A. Maisto, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Psychology, 430 Huntington Hall, Syracuse
University, Syracuse, NY 13244-2340 (315-443-2334), Relationship: Former advisor.

David Matthews, Ph.D., Director, Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern
University, PO Box 8011, Statesboro, GA 30460 (912-681-5541), Relationship: Former
supervisor.

Prentiss Price, Ph.D., Counseling and Career Development Center, Georgia Southern University,
PO Box 8011, Statesboro, GA 30460 (912-681-5541), Relationship: Former colleague.

Vann Scott, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah,
GA 31419 (912-921-5928), Relationship: Colleague.

Jane Wong, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah,
GA 31419 (912-927-5287), Relationship: Department head.
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