The College will assist faculty with production costs and reprint costs for scholarly publications through theScholarly Publication Subvention Fund (SPSF). All requests should be made using the application available on the Academic Affairs webpage and sent to the Office of the Dean for Faculty Development and Research (DFDR).
1. Reprints. Assistance will be in the form of the cost of 100 reprints, normally not to exceed $300 for a single set.
2. Page Charges, Submission Fees, and Copyright Fees for articles. There is a maximum grant amount of $2,000 per article.
3. Scholarly Books and Artistic Works. Assistance will be provided (as funding permits) for tenured and tenure-track faculty and faculty whose appointments make them eligible to serve on Faculty Council (as defined by the faculty in November 2013) to cover production costs when an academic publisher requires a subvention as a condition for publication. It may also be used for indexing, copyright or permission fees, or copyediting (i.e., copyediting of the final version of a manuscript after it has been accepted for publication). The funds for copyediting will only be paid to an independently-hired editor (not to the publishing press). The maximum grant amount for each book project is $2,500 and repayment is not required. Because of the financial pressures affecting the world of publishing, there may be special circumstances that would warrant additional subvention support. Faculty members may also apply to the vice president for Academic Affairs and dean of the faculty (VPAA/DOF) for a loan to cover production costs in excess of $2,500. Such loans are to be repaid by payroll deduction over a period not to exceed 24 months at an interest rate to be established at the beginning of each academic year. The remaining terms will be negotiated between the applicant and the VPAA/DOF as part of the application process.
Applications may be submitted at any time and must include a written contract with a publisher (if applicable). The faculty member may not be the publisher, producer, or agent.
Link to Application
Journal Articles Co-Authored by Students
*denotes undergraduate student co-author
Kimble, M.O., *Batterink, L., *Marks, L., *Ross, C., & Fleming, K. (in press). Negative expectancies in PTSD: Neurophysiological (N400) and behavioral evidence. Journal of Psychiatric Research.
Moeller, R., Meyers, K., Rodriguez, K., *Gratch, I., Markowitz, M., and Halkitis, P.N. (2014). High Interest in a Long-Acting Injectable Formulation of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV in Young Men Who Have Sex with Men in NYC: A P18 Cohort Substudy. PloS one, 9(12), e114700.
*Barriger (Guffin), M. & Vélez-Blasini, C. J. (in press). Descriptive and injunctive social norm overestimation in hooking up and their role as predictors of hook-up activity in a college student sample. Journal of Sex research.
*Giammattei, J., & Arndt, J. (2012). Hemispheric asymmetries in the activation and monitoring of memory errors. Brain and Cognition, 80, 7-14.
Gurland, S. T. & *Glowacky, T. (2011). Children’s theories of motivation. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 110, 1-19.
Hofer, B. K., *Lam, C., & *DeLisi, A. (in press). Understanding evolutionary theory: The role of epistemological development and beliefs. In R. Taylor and M. Ferrari (Eds.), Epistemology and science education: Understanding the evolution vs. intelligent design controversy. New York: Routledge.
Kimble, M.O., Fleming, K., Bandy, C., *Kim, J., & *Zambetti, A. (2010). Eye tracking and visual attention to traumatic stimuli in veterans of the Iraq War. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 24(3), 293-299.
*Wildenger, L. K., Hofer, B. K. *Burr, J. E. (in press). Epistemological development in very young knowers. In L. Bendixen and F. Haerle (Eds.), Personal epistemology in the classroom: Theory, research, and implications for practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
*Guillet, R. & Arndt, J. (2009). Taboo words: The effect of emotion on memory for peripheral information. Memory & Cognition, 37, 866-879.
Hofer, B. K., *Souder, C., *Kennedy, E., *Fullman, F. E., & *Hurd, K. (2009). The electronic tether: Communication and parental monitoring during the college years. In M. K. Nelson and A. I. Garey, (Eds.). Who’s watching? Practices of surveillance in contemporary families. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.
Kimble, M.O., Frueh, B.C., *Marks, L. (2009). Does the modified Stroop effect exist in PTSD? Evidence for the file drawer effect from dissertation abstracts. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 650-655.
*Lehmann A.E., Stefani M.R. The effects of prefrontal cannabinoid receptor blockade on cognitive flexibility in a rat model of schizophrenia. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25, 2009.*Mehravari A.S.*, Stefani M.R. Cognitive effects of glucose administration into the rat insular cortex. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25, 2009.
*Salerno, J. McCauley, M. R. (2009). Mock jurors’ judgments about scientific experts in a civil case: Do cross-examination, deliberation, and Need for Cognition Matter? American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 27 (3), 1-24.
Stefani M.R., *Feighery E.L. Effects of the neurosteroid allopregnanolone on cognitive flexibility in a rat model of schizophrenia. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 25, 2009.
*Wiechman, B. M. & Gurland, S. T. (2009). What happens during the free-choice period? Evidence of a polarizing effect of extrinsic rewards on intrinsic motivation. Journal of Research in Personality, 43, 716-719.
Arndt, J., *Lee, K., & Flora, D.B. (2008) Recognition Without Identification for Words, Pseudowords and Nonwords. Journal of Memory and Language, 59, 346-360.
*Drucker W.S., *Gart A., Stefani M.R. Spatial working memory is unaffected by 5’-adenosine monophosphate-induced hypothermia in rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 34, 2008.
Kimble, M.O., Neacsiu, D.,* Flack, W., *Horner, J. (2008). Risk of unwanted sex in college females: Evidence for a "red zone." Journal of American College Health, 57(3), 331-337.
*Lam, C. F. & Gurland, S. T. (2008). Self-determined work motivation predicts job outcomes, but what predicts self-determined work motivation? Journal of Research in Personality, 42, 1109-1115.
Stefani M.R., *Huff M.M. Transient inactivation of rat insular cortex affects extradimensional set-shifting but not reversal learning. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 24, 2008.
*King, L. & Gurland, S. T. (2007). Creativity and experience of a creative task: Person and environment effects. Journal of Research in Personality, 41, 1252-1259.
Stefani M.R., *Drucker W.D., *Fong C.Y. Dopamine receptor antagonists attenuate glucose-induced cognitive enhancement in rats. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr. 33, 2007.
Arndt, J., & *Gould, C. (2006). An examination of two-process theories of false recognition. Memory, 14, 814-833.
Collaer, M. L. & *Hill, E. M. (2006). Large sex difference in adolescents on a timed line judgment task: Attentional contributors and task relationship to mathematics. Perception, 35, 561-572.
Collaer, M.L., *Tory, H.O. & *Valkenburgh, M.C. (2004). Do sex steroid hormones contribute to sexual differentiation of the human brain? In M.J. Legato (Ed.) Principles of Gender Specific Medicine, pp. 71-83. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.
*Burr, J. E., & Hofer, B. K. (2002). Personal epistemology and theory of mind: Deciphering young children’s beliefs about knowledge and knowing. New Ideas in Psychology, 20, 199-224.
Collaer, M. L., & *Nelson, J. D. (2002). Large visuospatial sex difference in line judgment: Possible role of attentional factors. Brain and Cognition, 49, 1-12.
Vélez-Blasini, C. J. & *Brandt, H. J. (2000). Alcohol expectancies, date setting, age, and beverage choice as predictors of estimated likelihood of sexual behaviors in hypothetical dating situations. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30(9), 1954-1976.