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									                                                                                         March 2006
                                       Curriculum Vitae

Name                  Cristina B. Bares
Address               17718 Parklane Street
                      Livonia, MI 48152
Telephone             (734) 604-5192
Email                 cbb@umich.edu

Education

2001-present          University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
                      Ph.D. Social Work and Developmental Psychology.
                      Anticipated graduation, August 2006.

                      Dissertation title: The development of metacognitive experiences: Are
                      children aware of the affective experience of thinking? (Funded in part by
                      NIMH Prevention Research Training Grant)

                      NIMH Prevention Research Training Grant Research Fellow
                      – Directors Daphna Oyserman and Carol Mowbray
                      MSW, 2004
                      MA, 2004

1999-2001             University of Michigan, Dearborn
                      M.B.A – Human Resource Management
                      Dean’s list 1999-2000

1994-1998             University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
                      B. A. in Psychology, 1998.
                      Class Honors, 1998
                      Honors Thesis: Code-switching in the speech of bilingual two-year olds.

Research Experience

2005-2006             Doctoral Candidate
                      Department of Psychology – Developmental Psychology
                      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
                            The development of metacognitive experiences: Are children
                            aware of the affective experience of thinking? – Doctoral
                            dissertation.
                      Co-Chairs:     Daphna Oyserman, Ph.D.
                                     Norbert Schwarz, Ph.D.

2002-2004             Doctoral Student
                      Department of Psychology – Developmental Psychology
                      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
                          Children’s understanding of illness – Master’s thesis. Developed a
                          theory-driven questionnaire examining children’s naïve
                          understanding of cancer and colds. Pilot tested the questionnaire
                          on a group of undergraduate students. Interviewed children
                          individually at a preschool and after school programs.
                    Advisors:    Susan Gelman, Ph.D.
                                 Daphna Oyserman, Ph.D.

2001-2002           Graduate Student Research Assistant
                    School of Social Work
                    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
                           Wayne County Health Organization – Carried out interviews at
                           outpatient pediatric clinics in Washtenaw County. Designed
                           questionnaire form and created SPSS database for data analysis.
                           Supervised and trained student interviewers to collect data.
                    Supervisor: Mary Ruffolo, Ph.D.

2000-2001           Research Assistant:
                    Behavioral Medicine Clinic
                    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
                          Psychosocial effects of childhood cancer– Analyzed and prepared
                          manuscript on data investigating the psychosocial effects of
                          childhood cancer on parent-child dyads.
                          Distress in melanoma patients– Recruited participants and managed
                          data for study investigating the distress in patients diagnosed
                          with Melanoma.
                          Effects of mindfulness meditation on cardiac rehab patients– Recruited
                          participants at a cardiac rehabilitation facility and managed data
                          collection and maintenance.
                          Testicular cancer patients – Scored and managed of data for study of
                          distress levels in testicular cancer patients.
                          Effects of interferon therapy on melanoma patients - Scored and
                          managed data investigating the effect of interferon on melanoma
                          patients.
                    Supervisors: Peter C. Trask, Ph.D.; Steve Schwartz, Ph.D.; Stephanie
                    Deaner, Ph.D.

                    Research Assistant
                    Center for Research on Social Organization
                    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
                           Long-term survivorship of childhood cancer – Aided in the
                           conceptualization of data analysis. Provided recommendations
                           for quantitative analyses.
                    Supervisor: Mark Chester, Ph.D.

Teaching Experience
2005                Graduate Student Instructor
                    Department of Psychology
                      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
                            Psychology 303 – Research Methods, Dr. James Hoeffner
                            Responsible for designing lesson plan for two discussion sections
                            of upper level students and for holding weekly office hours. The
                            goal of the class is to introduce students to writing in the field of
                            psychology and to the research methods used in psychological
                            research. Created lectures and lab activities to assist students in
                            learning lecture material and to prepare students in writing a
                            series of six short papers. Other duties included proctoring
                            exams, assigning grades, and meeting individually with students.


2004                  Graduate Student Instructor
                      Department of Psychology
                      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
                            Psychology 111 – Introduction to Psychology, Dr. James Hoeffner
                            Responsible for designing lesson plan for two discussion sections
                            and for holding weekly office hours. The goal of the class is to
                            introduce students to the field of psychology through in-depth
                            discussions and presentations of lecture materials. Designed
                            quizzes and study materials to assist students in preparing for
                            three exams. Other duties included proctoring exams, assigning
                            grades, and meeting individually with students.

Clinical Experience

2006                  Volunteer. Livonia Head Start, Starfish Family Services.
                      Provide teacher training, parent training about parenting and child
                      development. Observe child behavior in classroom and provide
                      suggestions for teachers to meet the needs of students.
                      Supervisor: Cindy Fleming, MA

2002                  Social Work Intern. University of Michigan Hospitals, Child and
                      Adolescent Psychiatry, Outpatient Clinic.
                      Conducted individual and family therapy for anxiety disorders, eating
                      disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and PTSD. Shadowed
                      oncology social workers on rounds in pediatric oncology unit.
                      Supervisor: John Bennett, MSW, Barbara Shaw, MSW

1998                  Student Organizer: Trailblazers of Washtenaw, Inc., Ypsilanti, Michigan,
                      Engaged club members in activities such as group games or
                      conversations, event planning with local church to host an outing for
                      members.
                      Supervisor: Robin Lake, MSW


Additional Experience
Advanced training in statistics at the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social
Research (ICPSR) Summer Program at the University of Michigan:

2005                   Categorical Analysis
2004                   Hierarchical Linear Models
2003                   Advanced Multivariate Statistical Methods

Awards
2002-present           National Institute of Mental Health Prevention Research Training Grant,
                       Research Fellow.


Professional Organizations
American Psychological Association
Society for Research in Child Development
Society for Pediatric Psychology
Society for Prevention Research

Bibliography

       Bares, C.B., Trask, P. C., Schwartz, S.M.. (2002). An exercise in cost-effectiveness
analysis: Treating emotional distress in melanoma patients. Journal of Clinical Psychology in
Medical Settings, 9 (3). pp. 193-200.

       Trask, P.C., Paterson, A.G., Trask, C.L., Bares, C.B., Birt, J., Maan, C. (2003). Parent and
adolescent adjustment to pediatric cancer: Associations with coping, social support, and family
functioning. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, 20 (1), 36.

       Ruffolo, M., Spencer, M., Bares, C. & Rushton, J. (2005). Examining Mental Health
Service Needs in Pediatric Primary Care Settings. Social Work in Mental Health, 4 (1), pp. 33-48.

       Bares, C. & Gelman, S. (in preparation). Children’s knowledge of illness: Comparing
cancer and colds.


Paper Presentations

        Spencer, M., Ruffolo, M., Rushton, J., Bares, C.B., Neal, D.. Examining mental health
service needs in pediatric primary care settings. Presented at the Society for Social Work
Research, Washington, D.C., January 2003.

Poster Presentations

       Bares, C. B., A developmental perspective on positive psychology: Enhancing
competence among hospitalized children undergoing painful procedures. Presented at the
Society for Prevention Research meeting in Quebec, CA, May 2004.
      Bares, C. B., Children’s conceptions of health and illness. Presented at the Midwestern
Psychological Association meeting in Chicago, IL, April 2004.

       Bares, C. B., Children’s conceptions of health and illness: Examining the developmental
progression of children’s knowledge of cancer. Presented at the Self, Cognition, and Emotion
Kyoto-Michigan Collaboration in Psychology, December 2003.

       Rushton, J.L., Spencer, M.S., Ruffolo, M.C., Bares, C.B.. Examining mental health service
needs in pediatric primary care settings. Presented at the Thirteenth Annual Albert J. Silverman
Research Conference. University of Michigan Health System, Department of Psychiatry, May
2002.

       Trask, P.C., Bares, C.B., Schwartz, S.M., Paterson, A.G.. Cost effectiveness
considerations of treating emotional distress in melanoma patients. Presented at the Thirteenth
Annual Albert J. Silverman Research Conference. University of Michigan Health System,
Department of Psychiatry, May 2002.

        Ruffolo, M., Spencer, M., Rushton, J., Neal, D., Bares, C.B., Flewellan, R., & Akakpo, T.
Assessing mental health need and service use in primary care settings. Presented at the Society
for Social Work Research, San Diego, CA, June 2002.

       Bares, C.B., Trask, P.C., Paterson, A.G. & Trask, C.. Comparison of parental and children
coping to childhood cancer (Abstract). Presented at the annual meeting of the Society of
Behavioral Medicine, Seattle, WA, March 2001.

								
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