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									Curriculum Vitae                                                     Santiago Morales Pamplona
Sum260@psu.edu

Education

      2011- present            Ph.D.            Pennsylvania State University
                                                 Advisor: Kristin Buss

       Interest: The development of emotion, emotion regulation, and temperament, more
       specifically, the use of physiological and neurobiological methods to study and characterize
       affect and temperament.

      2007-2011              B.A.               (GPA: 3.92)       Summa Cum Lade
       Hiram College. Hiram, Ohio.               Major: Neuroscience
                                                 Minors: Psychology, Biology, and Chemistry
          Senior Thesis: Stability and neurobiological basis of fear and temperament across
          developmental time and experimental context in rats (Rattus norvegicus).

      2004-2007 Colegio Bilbao. Mexico City, Mexico (GPA: 3.97)

Research Experience

      2011-present Pennsylvania State Univerisity. Research Assistant
       Advisor: Dr. Kristin Buss
       Working in a longitudinal study aimed to understand socio-emotional development in
       children using a multi-method approach of physiological, behavioral, and questionnaire
       measures.

      2011-present Pennsylvania State Univerisity. Research Assistant
       PI: Dr. Koraly Pérez-Edgar
       Working in project aimed to test the impact of an attention bias modification intervention on
       the neural, electrophysiological, and behavioral relations of temperamental risk for anxiety
       in children.

      2010- 2011 Hiram College, OH. Senior Thesis
       Advisor: Dr. Thomas Koehnle
       Conducting and interpreting an experiment that explores rat temperament and its
       associated neurobiology.

      2009 and 2010 Hiram College, OH. Summer Internship. Hiram College Neuroscience
       Department.
       Director: Dr. Thomas Koehnle
       Designed, conducted, analyzed, and presented a study that focused on the behavioral
       responses towards novelty based on the different color morphs of the eastern gray squirrels
       (Sciurus carolinensis).
Curriculum Vitae                                                        Santiago Morales Pamplona
Sum260@psu.edu


Research Experience continued

      2008-2009 Hiram College, OH. Laboratory of Neurobehavioral Investigations
       Director: Dr. Kimberly Phillips
       Assisted in the design, preparation, and in the evaluation of data to a project investigating
       the awareness of capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) to the attentional states of humans.

      2008 Hospital General Dr. Manuel Gea González Mexico City, Mexico. Speech Summer
       Camp for Cleft Palate Children
       Directors: M.A. Pamplona and M.D. Ysunza
       Assisted on an experiment that tested different and novel linguistic strategies for children
       with speech and learning impairments.

Presentations and Publications

      Morales, S., and Koehnle, T.J. (Revise and resubmit) Demonstration of neophobia and its
       association with coat color in free-living eastern gray squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis).
       American Midland Naturalist.
      Morales, S., Brooker, R. J., Pérez-Edgar, K. E., & Buss, K. A. (2013). Differences in Attention in
       Fearful Children: a Comparison of Dysregulated and Normative Fear-Expression Profiles.
       Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle,
       WA.
      Morales, S., Beekman, C., & Buss, K.A. (2013). Longitudinal Associations Between
       Temperament and Socio-Emotional Outcomes in Young Children: The Moderating Role of
       RSA Reactivity. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial
       Meeting, Seattle, WA.
      Morales, S., Beekmam, C., Davis, E. L., & Buss, K. A. (2012). Comparison Among Different
       Models for Evaluating RSA Reactivity in Children. Poster presented at the Society for
       Psychophysiological Research annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.
      Morales, S., Brooker,R.J., Davis, E.L., and Buss, K.A. (2012) Longitudinal Associations
       Between Physiological Indices of Regulation. Poster presented at the International
       Conference on Infant Studies, Minneapolis, MN.
      Morales, S. (2010) Modulation of neophobia by color phase in the eastern gray squirrel
       (Sciurus carolinensis). 15 minute oral presentation at the Midwest Ecology and Evolution
       Conference at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.
      Pérez-Edgar, K., Taber-Thomas, B., Auday, E., Morales, S. (under revision). Temperament
       and Attention as Core Mechanisms in the Early Emergence of Anxiety.
      Buss, K. A., Kiel, E. J., Morales, S., & Robinson, E. (Revise and resubmit). Toddler Inhibitory
       Control, Bold Response to Novelty, and Positive Affect Predict Externalizing Symptoms in
       Kindergarten. Social Development.
      Thai, N., Taber-Thomas, B., Danilo, C., Morales, S., & Perez-Edgar, K. (2013). Right frontal
       EEG asymmetry is associated with attention bias toward threat in children at risk for
       anxiety. Poster presentation at the Association for Psychological Science meeting,
       Washington, DC.
Curriculum Vitae                                                       Santiago Morales Pamplona
Sum260@psu.edu


Presentations and Publications continued

    Taber-Thomas, B.C., Hardee, J.E., Morales, S., Auday, E., & Perez-Edgar, K.E. (2013). The
     Frontolimbic System and Attention Bias to Threat in Behaviorally Inhibited Children. Paper
     presentation at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle,
     WA.
   Taber-Thomas, B.C., Morales, S., Thai, N., Danilo, C., & Perez-Edgar, K.E. (2013). Right Frontal
     EEG Asymmetry and the Disengagement of Attention from Negative Stimuli in Children at
     Risk for Anxiety. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial
     Meeting, Seattle, WA.
   Thai, N., Danilo, C., Taber-Thomas, B., Morales, S., & Perez-Edgar, K. (2013). Right frontal
     EEG asymmetry is associated with attention bias toward threat in middle childhood. Poster
     presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.
   Fu, X., Auday, E., Taber-Thomas, B.C., Morales, S., Allen, E.A., Thai, N., Pfeifer, C., Danilo, C.,
     Koraly Perez-Edgar, K.E. (2013). The Role of Attention Bias in the Link Between
     Temperament and Socio-emotional Maladjustment. Poster presented at the Society for
     Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.
   Koehnle, T.J. and Morales, S. (2011) Individual differences in adult rat antipredator behavior
     can be predicted from elevated plus maze testing in weanlings. Poster presented at the
     annual meeting for the Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC.
   Phillips, K.A., Gilbert V.R., Morales, S., and Hambright, M.K. Communicative behaviors of
     capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) vary with attentional state of an observer and desirability
     of food. Poster presented in the 33rd Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists in
     2010.
   Pamplona, M.C., Ysunza, A., Chavelas, K., Arámburu, E., Patiño C., Martí, F., Morales, S. (2011)
     The use of strategies for treating compensatory articulation errors in Cleft Palate patients.
     Journal of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery.
   Pamplona, M.C., Ysunza, A., Chavelas, K., Arámburu, E., Patiño C., Martí, F., Morales, S. (2011)
     The use of strategies for treating compensatory articulation errors in Cleft Palate patients.
     Presented at the Asian Pacific Cleft Lip and Palate Craniofacial Congress, Australia by
     Pamplona, M.C.
Awards and Scholarships

      Distinguished Student Achievement Award: Michael Dively Leadership Award 2011
      Child Study Center Travel Award for SfN 2011, ICIS 2012, & SPR 2012.
      Member of Alpha Society 2007-2011
      Eastman Kodak Company Award 2010-2011
      Travel Grant for Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference 2010
      2 time Winner, Paul and Maxine Frohring Foundation Research Internship, summer 2009
       and 2010
      Outstanding Organic Chemistry Student Award 2010
      Dean’s List for 7 semesters
      Global Recognition Award 2007-2011
      Global Hayden Scholarship 2007-2011
      Hiram College Swim Team 2007 MVP
      2nd in class in high school 2007
Curriculum Vitae                                                        Santiago Morales Pamplona
Sum260@psu.edu


Teaching Experience

      Supplemental Instructor for Introductory Chemistry, (Hiram College, Ohio; 2010-2011)
       Attended to classes with students and held review sessions in the afternoons in order to
       solve questions, review, and discuss the concepts viewed in class.
      Tutor of Science College Courses (Hiram College, Ohio; 2009-2011)
       Tutored introductory psychology, introductory biology, introductory chemistry, and organic
       chemistry courses to college students.
      Group Leader, Speech Summer Camp for Cleft Palate Children (Hospital General Dr. Manuel
       Gea González, Mexico City, Mexico; 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011)
       Supervised and taught adolescents and children with special needs, particularly cleft palate.
      Swim Teacher, Hiram College Swim Lessons (Hiram College, Ohio; 2007, 2008, 2009)
       Taught children from 5 to 16 years of age how to swim and how to improve in competitive
       swimming.

University Service

      Diversity Committee, student member (Hiram College, Ohio; 2009-2011).
       One of the two student members on the committee composed of the director of ethnic
       diversity, the dean, and the vice president of the college, and college faculty. Participated in
       efforts to encourage, and evaluate all efforts related to diversity on campus.
      Spanish Club, president (Hiram College, Ohio; 2010-2011), vice president (2008-2010).
       Organized and developed activities for club of 84 students aimed to celebrate Spanish
       festivities and traditions, in order to increase Latin awareness in the Hiram Community. In
       2010, awarded the Most Improved Student Organization.

Memberships

      Society for Neuroscience (2011-present)
      Society for Psychophysiological Research (2012-present)
      Society for Research in Child Development (2013-present)
      Turner Society (2011-present)

								
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