Bio: Abby is currently in her third year of graduate studies at Temple University. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Arcadia University in 2009. She currently works with Dr. Deb Drabick. Abby is broadly interested in the influences social, biological, and contextual factors on the development of substance use and conduct problems in adolescents.
Representative presentations and/or publications:
Hampton A. S., Seelbach A. C., Morrison A. S., Conner B. T., Urada D., & Longshore D. (2010). The Role of Motivation in Drug Treatment Completion. In Criminal Justice Treatment Study (pp. 53-63). Los Angeles: UCLA.
Conner, B. T., Hellemann, G. S., Seelbach, A. C., Ritchie, T., & Noble, E. P. (in review). Getting Those Old Genes to Fit: Using a Systems-Based Risk Score Approach to Understand Genetic Predisposition to Novelty Seeking.
Seelbach, A. C., Hampton, A. S., & Conner, B. T. (2011, November). Do Parenting Practices in High School Impact College Drinking Behaviors? Poster submitted to the 45th Annual Convention of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Toronto, Canada.
Seelbach, A. C., Hampton, A. S., Conner, B. T. (2011, August). Moderators of the Relation Between Sensation Seeking and Adolescent Risk Taking. Poster presented to the 119th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.